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David Satter's Op-Ed on Russia in the WSJ

David Satter, who teaches in the Center for Advanced Governmental Studies, published an op-ed in today's Wall Street Journal about Russia's true intentions with respect to their interferences in American politics.  In the article, "From Russua With Chaos," Satter writes:

Investigating the role of Russian disinformation in the 2016 election requires understanding the layers of deception in which Russian intelligence specialize. This won’t be possible if Mr. Trump and his adversaries are more determined to destroy each other than to face the Russian threat.

Read the full article here.

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