Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin will likely be Russia’s next president—and if elected, he’ll reclaim the office he held just four years ago. Would his return to office result in changes in the U.S.-Russia relationship? Would the “reset” and arms talks need to be revisited? Senior Fellow Clifford Gaddy examines the mindset of Vladimir Putin as he weighs in on Russia’s future with its past president.
That engagement [with Hungary] appears to have led nowhere. … It looks like enabling policy. They [the Hungarians] already are deeply engaged with both Russia and China, and it’s not apparent to me that what this administration calls its engagement policy has changed that.