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Ukraine / Crisis / US-Russia Relations / Obama-Putin / McFaul Interview #1061118

CNN Evening News for Monday, Mar 03, 2014
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(Kiev: Anderson Cooper) The reaction of economic markets to the crisis in Ukraine reviewed.

(Washington: Jim Sciutto) The ice cold relationship between President Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin reviewed with specifics {adoption, NSA leaker Edward Snowden, now Ukraine } cited. [OBAMA - promises there will be costs for Russia; comments on his conversations with Putin.] Putin's September letter to the "New York Times" critical of the US quoted.

(Kiev: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former US Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul about Ukraine and Russia. [McFAUL - comments on Putin's objectives in Ukraine, their disappointment with ousted President Viktor Yanukovich, how Putin sometimes to have "bad" of "falsified" information; outlines the implications of sanctions on the Russian economy.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Sciutto, Jim

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