Trump and Putin must develop a meaningful security cooperation—and Kaliningrad would be a great place to start.

Since the Soviet Union’s implosion in December 1991, Kaliningrad, Russia’s westernmost oblast, has been separated from Russia proper. It is surrounded by Lithuania and Poland and today is a fault line of east-west conflict in the East Baltic Sea region. In the mid-1990s, I belonged to a roundtable driven by the question…

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