The Clinton administration has come under increased criticism for maintaining a relationship with Russia that many feel has failed. A panel talks about Russia’s slow steps toward establishing civic institutions of democracy and the corruption that has severely hampered Russia’s progress. They’ll explore the disagreements here in the U.S. as to the significance of American influence.

Guests

  • Michael Dobbs Is a reporter and writes the 'Fact Checker' column for The Washington Post. He is also the author of "Down with Big Brother: The Fall of the Soviet Empire" and "Saboteurs."
  • Fritz Ermarth Retired CIA
  • Charles Pascual National Security Council

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