Secretary of State Hillary Clinton returned empty-handed from talks with Russia this week. She had hoped to get Russia's support for imposing sanctions on Iran, but her Russian counterpart was not interested in punishing Iran's nuclear ambitions. Was the rebuff political or personal? We talk with Will Inboden, a former member of President George W. Bush's National Security Council, for an assessment of Clinton's role in the Obama administration's diplomatic strategy.
What were Russians expecting from Sec. Clinton's visit? Here's a clip from Russia Today: