From the Chicago Council on Global Affairs:

Like his two immediate predecessors, President Donald Trump is entering office determined to improve relations with Russia. At a time when US-Russian relations have deteriorated sharply as a result of Moscow’s annexation of Crimea, its military intervention in Syria, and its direct interference in the US elections, how a Trump administration will deal with a resurgent Russia is a critical question for America and the world. How can relations with Moscow be improved? Is a grand bargain on issues like Ukraine, Syria, and cyber possible? Can a new cold war—let alone a hot one—be prevented?