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Payback time? Michael Brenner, professor emeritus of international affairs

Two months, 500 search warrants, well over $25 million and the worst relationship two nuclear powers have had in decades – that’s what it took to produce a report confirming that the American president is not, after all, a willing Russian puppet. It didn’t say, though, that the Russians didn’t try to pull the strings. If they did, was there, if not a legal, then a moral right to do so? To discuss this, Oksana is joined by Michael Brenner, professor emeritus of international affairs at the University of Pittsburgh.


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