What Senator John McCain Knew About Russia

| Daniel Hoffman
Daniel Hoffman
Former CIA Chief of Station

For those who knew him, it is no surprise that the late Senator John McCain approached the national and global security threats posed by Russia with a confident clarity in what he felt needed to be done.  As with all things, when it came to Russia, he did not hold back.  The Cipher Brief’s Brad Christian spoke with former CIA Chief of Station Dan Hoffman about the Senator’s stance on Russia.  He started by asking Hoffman to describe McCain’s overall position.

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The Author is Daniel Hoffman

Daniel Hoffman is a former Chief of Station with the Central Intelligence Agency. His combined 30 years of distinguished government service included high-level positions not only within the CIA, but also with the U.S. military, U.S. Department of State, and U.S. Department of Commerce. Assignments included tours of duty in the former Soviet Union, Europe, and war zones in both the Middle East and South Asia. During this time, Hoffman developed substantive expertise on geopolitical and... Read More

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