Putin’s Weakness Gives Kerry a Strong Hand

Date: 03-24-2016 | Category: Articles, Europe, Geopolitics, Middle East, News, Russia and Eurasia

In Moscow this week, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry should keep in mind that Russia’s recent military engagements in Ukraine and Syria represent an attempt to manipulate perceptions. The Kremlin wants to position itself as a peer of America, open to cooperation against ISIS, but capable of military threats against U.S. allies, such as Ukraine, Turkey and the Syrian opposition. http://www.newsweek.com/putin-weakness-gives-kerry-strong-hand-440089 Newsweek March 24, 2016 By Ariel Cohen  

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