GWEN IFILL: It’s been a generation since the Cold War ended, a standoff that dominated much of the 20th century.
But now echoes of that conflict are sounding again, as the U.S. and its allies encounter a resurgent Russia.
Chief foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Warner reports.
MARGARET WARNER: NATO is planning its biggest buildup in Eastern Europe since the Cold War, all to deter a newly assertive Russia.
ASHTON CARTER, Secretary of Defense: We haven’t had to worry about this for 25 years. And while I wish it were otherwise, now we do.
MARGARET WARNER: Last week, Defense Secretary Ash Carter proposed to quadruple U.S. …read more