March 14, 2014
Why Obama Can't Be Tough on Russia
Norm Ornstein, The Atlantic
The Associated Press
Then there is Ukraine. The challenges to the president are formidable, and they start with a larger reality: Dealing with a lion’s share of the other crises above—Syria and Iran, especially—requires trying to reach agreement with Russian President Vladimir Putin, either to help resolve them or at least to refrain from making them much, much worse.
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