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America's man in Moscow

September 10th, 2013
02:02 PM ET

Front and center in these fast-moving developments on Syria is the U.S.’s relationship with Russia.

Just before news broke of Russia's proposal to have Syria turn over control of its chemical weapons, CNN's Christiane Amanpour spoke with America’s man in Moscow, Ambassador Michael McFaul.

Click above to see Amanpour's interview with Ambassador McFaul.


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  1. Jaffari Buyogera

    This is a wise move. I would not like democrats to deter their world image that they are not warmongers in their style of their policies. More worse is world economy will be affected. Obama has done alot to egain USA glory which had been lost world wide. To regain that after the intervation would mean lots of money needed. As it is necessary for the world to respect the unnecessary use of prohibited wipons yet there is a need to gage the harm such attack would cause to innocent syrians. So let Russia and USA work seriously on this. UK,FRANCE,GERMANY, EUROPEAN UNION you did that in Iraq,Afghanstan, and Libya has it paid up? By the time you leave Afghanstan there will be alot of bloodshed. Diplomacy is the solution. Attacking syria will never return the 1400 dead. If you work closely with China and Russia the Syrian war will end too

    September 10, 2013 at 2:38 pm | Reply
  2. Andor

    Ambassador McFaul reset relationship with Russia by constantly meeting and encouraging opposition figures. By his own insistent statements , "He acts in the interests of America", – therefore Russian population is convinced that the opposition serves American interests, otherwise why would he dedicate so much efforts and time to them?! What he did was to polarize the society, acting like an elephant in a china shop. Being the author of the book "Russia, Unfinished Revolution" was another clue of his agenda. President Obama sent a professor, not a politician or a diplomat, to represent the US, and it has been backfiring ever since. Political appointments to the diplomatic posts are the trademark of the US, unfortunately.

    September 11, 2013 at 12:14 am | Reply
  3. Dmitry Skiba

    Why not answer as Putin.
    – Why Russian not beleave you
    – Because we lie them

    September 11, 2013 at 8:32 am | Reply

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