It’s Rex Tillerson’s first trip to Moscow as US Secretary of State, but he’s expected to get a frosty welcome after last week's US strikes against a Syrian air base that allegedly served as the launch pad for deadly chemical attacks. Will Tillerson’s trip mark the end of Washington’s reset with Russia? And what is Russia’s role in Syria now? How does the Kremlin perceive Trump and the West, and how does it manage Russian public opinion in the wake of those air strikes?
Produced by Daneil BARNEY, François WIBAUX and Laure FOURQUET.
Director General, Russian International Affairs Council
Adjunct Fellow, Hudson Institute
Middle East Correspondent, Buzzfeed News
Editor-in-chief, Open World