US Senator John McCain, R-AZ, delivers remarks during the morning general session of the American Israeli Political Action Committee (AIPAC) Conference in Washington, DC, March 3, 2014. (AFP PHOTO / Jim WATSON)
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Defense hawk Senator John McCain stressed Monday that deployment of US military force to Ukraine remained unthinkable, but said President Barack Obama nevertheless has failed to stand up to Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin.McCain has spent days criticizing Putin's aggression in Ukraine, Europe's worst standoff since the Cold War, with the veteran American lawmaker arguing that Russia's president seeks to use unrest in the key former Soviet republic as a pretext to reassert Russian dominance there.Putin then received a swift legislative green light to send Russia's military into Ukraine.
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