I don't see it that way. Remember, she is the one who failed to give the order to launch a rescue military force to Benghazi, Libya when US personnel including the U.S. Ambassador to Libya, Chris Stevenson. were under attack.
The so-called Benghazi cover-up is about Hillary not going full war-like!
Facts just don't fit the view that Hillary would instigate a war with Putin. To date, neocons, and she is a card-carrying member, have advocated war only against small-time regimes lacking in any military prowess. They are for agitating Russia at its borders (See: Ukraine), but that is about as far as it goes.
Despite anti-Putin rhetoric in the campaign, her actions suggest a more reasonable Hillary when it comes to dealing with Russia.
Breitbart, certainly no friend of Hillary, reported in October 2015:
During Clinton’s tenure, the U.S. obeyed Russian demands and backed down from missile defense systems in Europe. The U.S. also signed the New START treaty, which included one-sided concessions by the U.S.Does this sound like someone anxious to go to war with Russia? I don't think so.
I note again, I don't trust any of the presidential candidates on foreign or domestic policy. but the idea that Hillary is anxious to get her hands on the nuclear football is not based on any solid footing.
The scariest thing on the nuclear front that has been said by any presidential candidate is Donald Trump stating that maybe it is time for Japan and South Korea to build their own nuclear weapons.