Thomas Graham, Distinguished Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations and Senior Advisor at Kissinger Associates, joins Andrea Kendall-Taylor and Carisa Nietsche to discuss Putin’s recent changes, U.S. strategy toward Russia, and where the two countries can cooperate. "We have to deal with the Russia we have and not the Russia we would want to have," he tells them.
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