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Keeping Human Rights On The U.S.-Russian Table

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Keeping Human Rights On The U.S.-Russian Table

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Keeping Human Rights On The U.S.-Russian Table

Keeping Human Rights On The U.S.-Russian Table

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With so many issues on the table for President Obama's Russia trip, activists are working to make sure the issue of human rights doesn't get lost in the shuffle.

Host Liane Hansen speaks with Sarah Mendelson, director of the Human Rights and Security Initiative at the Center for Strategic and International Security, about human rights in Russia and their impact on foreign policy.

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