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    EU vows to stick to Russia sanctions despite Trump's bid for detente
    Feb06

    EU vows to stick to Russia sanctions despite Trump's bid for detente

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Union will keep sanctions on Russia until Moscow drops its support for the separatist rebellion in Ukraine, foreign ministers said on Monday, as U.S. President Donald Trump promises better ties with the Kremlin. …read more Source: The...

    Frontline town in Ukraine gets breathing space after worst shelling in months
    Feb06

    Frontline town in Ukraine gets breathing space after worst shelling in months

    AVDIYIVKA, Ukraine – A week-long surge in violence in and around the government-held town of Avdiyivka in eastern Ukraine appeared to be winding down on Monday, as schools reopened and power and water supplies resumed following the worst clashes in months. … …read more Source:...

    U.S. and Russian ministries must restore direct links – Russian diplomat
| Reuters
    Feb06

    U.S. and Russian ministries must restore direct links – Russian diplomat | Reuters

    MOSCOW One of Russia’s top diplomats said on Monday that government ministries in the United States and Russia should restore direct communications channels with each other as part of a first step to rebuild bilateral ties.U.S. President Donald Trump and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin have both said they would like to try to mend...

    Republicans seek distance from Trump’s comments on Putin, US
    Feb06

    Republicans seek distance from Trump’s comments on Putin, US

    President Donald Trump has long expressed a desire for improved relations with Moscow. However his latest comments about Russian President Vladimir Putin and the U.S. are leading some fellow Republicans to take a step back from the president – on this issue at least. Told by Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly during an interview that the...

    Why are Ukraine’s borders not secure?
    Feb06

    Why are Ukraine’s borders not secure?

    Western allies must meet their legal obligations to protect the country’s integrity …read more Source: Financial...

    Frontline town in Ukraine gets breathing space after worst shelling in months
    Feb06

    Frontline town in Ukraine gets breathing space after worst shelling in months

    AVDIYIVKA, Ukraine (Reuters) – A week-long surge in violence in and around the government-held town of Avdiyivka in eastern Ukraine appeared to be winding down on Monday, as schools reopened and power and water supplies resumed following the worst clashes in months. …read more Source:...

    Frontline town in Ukraine gets breathing space after worst shelling in months
    Feb06

    Frontline town in Ukraine gets breathing space after worst shelling in months

    AVDIYIVKA, Ukraine (Reuters) – A week-long surge in violence in and around the government-held town of Avdiyivka in eastern Ukraine appeared to be winding down on Monday, as schools reopened and power and water supplies resumed following the worst clashes in months. …read more Source: The...

    The West Isn’t Ready for a Revolution
    Feb06

    The West Isn’t Ready for a Revolution

    Ever since the wheels fell off of neoliberalism in 2008 and Barack Obama clinched the presidency, the West has grown increasingly dissatisfied with the way of the world—nowhere more than in the world’s richest nation. From Occupy and Bernie Sanders to the Tea Party and Donald Trump, many Americans across the political spectrum have called...

    EU Diplomats Back Continued Russia Sanctions
    Feb06

    EU Diplomats Back Continued Russia Sanctions

    TEHRAN (Tasnim) – European Union diplomats say sanctions against Russia must remain in force until it helps end fighting in eastern Ukraine, despite President Donald Trump’s overtures to Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin. …read more Source: Tasnim News...

    Republicans Seek Distance from Trump’s Comments on Putin, US 
    Feb06

    Republicans Seek Distance from Trump’s Comments on Putin, US 

    WEST PALM BEACH, Florida — President Donald Trump has long expressed a desire for improved relations with Moscow, but his latest comments about Russian President Vladimir Putin and the U.S. are leading some fellow Republicans to take a step back from the president — on this issue at least. Told by Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly during an...