Defense Secretary James Mattis ?accused? Russian President Vladimir Putin of making ?international ?”mischief” and reassured allies that the US commitment to NATO is resolute, according to a report on Wednesday. Saying Russia is challenging the “secure and peaceful” post-war order, Mattis said Putin?’s ?”making mischief beyond Russian borders will not restore their fortunes or rekindle...
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