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Russian Expert: Pressing 'Reset' May Not Suffice

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Russian Expert: Pressing 'Reset' May Not Suffice

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Russian Expert: Pressing 'Reset' May Not Suffice

Russian Expert: Pressing 'Reset' May Not Suffice

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U.S. officials have said they hope to "press the reset button" on tense U.S.-Russia relations. Andrei Zolotov, the editor of Russia Profile magazine, recently wrote, "No matter how much you press the reset button, you're still dealing with the exact same hardware and some seriously outdated software."

Zolotov talks to NPR's Guy Raz about what to expect when President Obama meets with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev on Monday.