WASHINGTON — The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) think tank asked Democratic Party presidential candidates about their position on Ukraine.
While 24 hopefuls are vying to gain the party’s nomination to take on U.S. President Donald J. Trump in 2020, only nine responded to the council’s questionnaire.
The council, headquartered in New York City and associated with Foreign Affairs magazine, asked candidates to state their positions on 12 foreign policy questions, including this one on Ukraine: “What, if any, steps would you take to counter Russian aggression against Ukraine…?”
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