April 12, 2017

Honeymoon between Trump administration and Putin fading rapidly

By Richard Fontaine

Beverley O'Connor speaks to the Centre for a New American Security's Richard Fontaine about two big issues dominating US foreign policy — Syria and North Korea.

Watch the interview at ABC News: The World.

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