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Fore more on the Russian spy ring case in the US, we're joined by our current affairs commentator, Hua Shiping.
He's a professor of political science at the University of Louisville in the US. Hello Professor Hua,
Q1. The US State Department says the Obama administration wants to "move beyond" the incident, and is not anticipating any diplomatic steps in response to the arrest of 11 Russian agents. And the Russian foreign ministry says they expect the incident will not negatively affect two countries' ties. Why are both countries playing down the possibility of a major diplomatic rift?
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