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Kissinger, Baker, Schultz, Visit Moscow as Obama Resets Ties (Update1)

 
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Kissinger, Baker, Schultz Visit Moscow as Obama Resets Ties (Update1)

By Lucian Kim

March 18 (Bloomberg) -- Henry Kissinger and James Baker, two former U.S. secretaries of state, will fly to Moscow for talks with Russian officials after President Barack Obama pledged to “reset” relations with Russia.

Kissinger, who met with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev in December, is scheduled to return later this week, according to the U.S. Embassy in Moscow. Baker, traveling separately, will hold talks with American investors and address a conference on developing Caspian Sea energy resources.

“These guys are building the bridge from the real diplomacy of the Bush Sr. administration to Obama,” said Nina Khrushcheva, an international affairs professor at the New School in New York. “Diplomatically inclined Republicans can make a better opening line because they come from successful relations in the past.”

Obama, a Democrat, is seeking to strengthen ties to Russia and win Kremlin support for his policies on Afghanistan, Iran and nuclear arms reduction. Vice President Joe Biden said in February it was time to “reset” relations after they reached a post-Cold War low under former President George W. Bush.

Kissinger is among a group of U.S. “wise men,” including former Secretary of State George Shultz, ex-Defense Secretary William Perry and former Senator Sam Nunn, who will see Medvedev on March 20, the Kommersant newspaper reported today. They will also meet with Deputy Prime Minister Sergei Ivanov, former Prime Minister Yevgeny Primakov and ex-Chief of General Staff Yury Baluyevsky, Kommersant said.

London Meeting

Obama, who is expected to meet Medvedev for the first time in London next month, may visit Russia in July, the Moscow-based newspaper said, citing unidentified Russian government officials. The Kremlin press service declined to comment on the report.

Kissinger, Shultz, Perry and Nunn have co-authored opinion pieces in the Wall Street Journal calling for the reduction and eventual elimination of nuclear weapons. Perry has slammed Senator John McCain’s suggestion that Russia be kicked out of the Group of Eight industrial nations.

Baker served as secretary of state when the Berlin Wall fell in 1989, heralding the disintegration of the Soviet Union two years later.

Last week, former senators Gary Hart and Chuck Hagel led a bipartisan commission to Moscow, meeting with Medvedev and Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov. In a report published afterwards, the commission recommended the U.S. “significantly improve our understanding of Russian interests as Russians themselves define them.”

‘Very Positive’

“The reception we received in Moscow was very, very positive,” Hart said in Washington at the March 16 presentation of the report. “This was a much, much different kind of exchange, in my experience anyway over 35 years, from what we used to have in the bad, old days.”

Medvedev yesterday said Russia must modernize its armed forces in response to the eastward expansion of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. President George W. Bush’s administration supported NATO membership bids by former Soviet republics Georgia and Ukraine, exacerbating tensions with Moscow.

To contact the reporter on this story: Lucian Kim in Moscow at lkim3@bloomberg.net
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Kissinger is among a group of U.S. “wise men,”

Sir Kiss works for the British as does Kenyan Obambi.
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Can we PLEASE get rid of these three: Kissinger, Baker, and Schultz? The more things change the more they stay the same as long as these three continue to be allowed to do THEIR thing.
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March 18 (Bloomberg) -- Henry Kissinger and James Baker, two former U.S. secretaries of state, will fly to Moscow for talks with Russian officials after President Barack Obama pledged to “reset” relations with Russia.
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DO NOT TRUST Kissinger or Baker. These BASTARDS are poisonous traitors NWO since Jimmy Carter's regime.

They are LIKELY PLANNING TO HAVE RUSSIA NUKE US.
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Oh Jeez, send the three slimeballs that Putin hates the most.

Whose stupid idea was this?
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