Is U.S. policy toward Moscow too confrontational?

For years, Russian President Vladimir Putin’s aggressive actions abroad have generated headlines and given him an outsized reputation as an international player. He has invaded Ukraine, changed de facto international borders, and flouted international law. U.S. officials and lawmakers have imposed sanctions and taken other measures, but Russian behavior has not changed. Is U.S. policy toward Moscow too confrontational? Is there a better way for the international community to deal with the challenges posed by Putin and Russia? Deep Cuts Commissioner Steven Pifer participated in a two-vs-two debate, watch the discussion here