Dmitri Trenin

Carnegie Moscow Center

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Director of the Carnegie Moscow Center, part of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

Dmitri Trenin on KCRW

After years of counterinsurgency in the Middle East, the Pentagon says the biggest threat to US security is Russia.

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A re-vitalized Ukrainian Army is on the march against pro-Russian separatists in Eastern Ukrainian cities.

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A re-vitalized Ukrainian Army is on the march against pro-Russian separatists in Eastern Ukrainian cities.

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Yesterday, as bloody violence continued to increase in Ukrainian cities, Germany's foreign minister warned that the country was on the "threshold of war."

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Yesterday, as bloody violence continued to increase in Ukrainian cities, Germany's foreign minister warned that the country was on the "threshold of war."

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