May 16, 2016

Obama's Ex-Defense Secretary Calls for Talks With Putin to Avoid Cold War Buildup

Unless the next US president makes it a priority to sit down with Russian leader Vladimir Putin, the two nations could find themselves drawn into a Cold War-style buildup.That’s the warning from Chuck Hagel, the former secretary of defense and longtime US senator, who told reporters Tuesday that whomever the next US leader is, they need to swallow their pride and sit down personally with Putin to...

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