What is the long-term US policy towards Russia now?

WASHINGTON — In the six weeks since Russia invaded Ukraine, the Biden administration has imposed a series of sanctions on Moscow, armed Ukrainians, mobilized Western allies against Russian President Vladimir Putin and sought to turn him into an international pariah.

The reaction has pushed US-Russia relations to their lowest point since the Cold War. What remains unclear is the long-term impact of Washington’s stance on Russia and how durable the US administration’s actions would be should Moscow change course on Ukraine. What is the long-term US policy towards Russia now?

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