As a presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton mangled Russian President Dmitry Medvedev's name during a debate a year and a half ago. Now, as Secretary of State, she is in Moscow speaking with Medvedev himself, looking for Russian action on Iran and nuclear disarmament after the United States dropped plans last month for a missile defense 'shield' that had long irked Moscow.
Masha Lipman, a researcher and journalist with the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Moscow, joins us to explain how Russians view Clinton's visit.
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