Hillary Mann Leverett

American University

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Senior Adjunct Professorial Lecturer in US Foreign Policy at American University and author of Going to Tehran: Why the United States Must Come to Terms with the Islamic Republic of Iran; former staffer at the National Security Council (2001-2003) and State Department official (1990-1991)

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Presidents Obama and Putin shook hands as Obama arrived in Russia for the  G20  summit today, but that's apparently as close as they're going to get.

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