VIDEO: Stephen F. Cohen Talks To Tucker Carlson On Syria and US Russian Affairs (FoxNews)

Professor Emeritus of Russian Studies and Politics at Princeton and NYU Stephen F. Cohen talks to Tucker Carlson in the aftermath of the US airstrikes on Syria in which they discuss the dismal state of US-Russian relations. [Note: Start of Prof. Cohen at the 10:30 mark.]


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