Sam Sacks of RT had me on to discuss John McCain's self-insertion into three-way trade negotiations involving Ukraine, Russia, and the European Union (doing no favors to Ukrainian protesters who want stronger connections with the West in the process). We also discussed foreign policy continuity from the Bush administration to the Obama administration, and just how we get ourselves out of the habit of rattling sabers and playing a very expensive game of stare-down with every tin-pot dictator on the planet. I chime in at about the 3:00 mark.
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