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Obama’s new sanctions renew tensions between Russia and US

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P.J. Crowley, former Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs and distinguished fellow at the Institute for Public Diplomacy and Global Communication at George Washington University discusses the derailment of an election, the potential for Russian retaliation, and what Trump’s new relationship with Putin might mean for future U.S. foreign policy.