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CSPC Senior Fellow James Kitfield Discusses How EU Escalated Historic Ukraine-Russia Tensions

In a March 20th article in Defense One, CSPC Senior Fellow James Kitfield discusses the "faulty assumptions and strategic miscalculations" that lead the U.S. and EU into a conflict with Russia over Ukraine. Kitfield comments that in a misguided attempt to introduce Ukraine into the EU, bureaucrats did not fully grasp the historical, political, social, and economic relationship between Russia and Ukraine. 

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CSPC Director of Policy and Board Relations Dan Mahaffee Comments on Hillary Clinton's Continued Desire to Break the Presidential Glass Ceiling

In a March 21st article in CNN, Director of Policy and Board Relations Dan Mahaffee discussed the historical and political impact Hillary Clinton could have on American politics if she became the first women President. Clinton has continued to stress the importance of women participating in politics and business, in an attempt to break even more glass ceilings. 

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CSPC Trustee Ambassador Nicholas Burns Discusses Russia's Claim Over Crimea

In a March 17th article in the Harvard Gazette, CSPC Trustee Ambassador Nicholas Burns discussed the motivation behind Putin's support of the Crimean referrendum. Ambassador Burns commented that President Putin not only wants to 'protect' ethnic Russians but also reaffirm their influence over the "Near Abroad", which includes countries in the old Soviet bloc. 

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CSPC Awards Dinner Honoree Senator Susan Collins Congratulated by AMVETS Department of Maine

On March 13th, 2014, the AMVETS Department of Maine congratuled Senator Susan Collins after receiving the Publius Award at the 47th Annual Awards Dinner. CSPC presents the Publius Award to invididuals who have demonstrated bipartisan leadership and have committed their careers to public service. 

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