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Topic - R. James Woolsey Jr.
R. James Woolsey Jr., director of central intelligence during the Clinton administration, said Monday that the United States' failure to deal strongly with Russia and President Vladimir Putin is setting an example for other countries in the Edward Snowden leak escapade.
"His general attitude is don't be weak, and that's fine, but he's not really doing anything else except avoiding being weak, simply trying to throw his weight around with respect to the United States," Mr. Woolsey said.
Mr. Woolsey said Mr. Putin has been able to throw his weight around with essentially no consequences, or implied consequences, from the U.S.