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New sanctions against Russia over the poisoning of a former Russian double agent wouldn't have been possible had it not been mandated by a 1991 law that obligates the government to punish any country that uses such weapons, Frida Ghitis writes. Trump may not have taken this action, opting to "get along" with Putin.
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