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    Former U.S. ambassador banned from traveling to Russia
    Nov11

    Former U.S. ambassador banned from traveling to Russia

    WASHINGTON — The former U.S. ambassador to Russia said Friday that he has been banned from traveling there in a tit-for-tat response to U.S. visa bans for senior Russian officials. RELATED LINKSU.S. turns up heat on Russia as ties deteriorate Moscow officials say experts from Russia made contact with Trump staff during campaign Michael McFaul...

    Russia says Western sanctions may remain unchanged
    Nov11

    Russia says Western sanctions may remain unchanged

    Russia has expressed pessimism about Western sanctions imposed on Moscow over the conflict in eastern Ukraine, despite Donald Trump’s winning the US presidential election. …read more Source: Iran...

    Russia expects sanctions to stay in place despite Trump win
    Nov11

    Russia expects sanctions to stay in place despite Trump win

    Russia expects Western sanctions over the Ukraine conflict to stay in place despite Donald Trump winning the US presidential election. …read more Source: Eyewitness...

    Trump win puts U.S.-Russia hostility on hold – but for how long?
    Nov11

    Trump win puts U.S.-Russia hostility on hold – but for how long?

    WASHINGTON – After years of rising U.S.-Russia tensions over Ukraine, Syria, cyber attacks and nuclear arms control, Donald Trump’s election as U.S. president may offer a narrow window to repair relations as he and Russian President Vladimir Putin size up… …read more Source:...

    News in Digest: An all-out Asian sensation
    Nov11

    News in Digest: An all-out Asian sensation

    Never one to turn down a chance to improve bilateral relations, Denmark has been thriving of late in Asia, where there has been good news in a number of different countries, including Iran, South Korea, Singapore and Lebanon. Lars is a Seoul man Danish PM Lars Løkke Rasmussen visited South Korea as part of a business delegation from October 23-25...

    Spanish police bust smuggling ring that brought 6,000 people into the UK from Ukraine
    Nov11

    Spanish police bust smuggling ring that brought 6,000 people into the UK from Ukraine

    …read more Source: The...

    Podcast: Brave New World
    Nov11

    Podcast: Brave New World

    How will the election of Donald Trump change the geopolitical equation in the post-Soviet space? …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Snowballs in Siberia and Smog in New Delhi: The Week in Global-Affairs Writing
    Nov11

    Snowballs in Siberia and Smog in New Delhi: The Week in Global-Affairs Writing

    Canada and Denmark Fight Over Island With Whisky and Schnapps Dan Levin | The New York Times “International disputes over territory can be ugly affairs, waged with all the nastiness of a divorce, backed with the force of armies. Just in the last few years, China has built islands topped with military bases to back its claim to vast stretches of...

    Trump win puts U.S.-Russia hostility on hold – but for how long?
    Nov11

    Trump win puts U.S.-Russia hostility on hold – but for how long?

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – After years of rising U.S.-Russia tensions over Ukraine, Syria, cyber attacks and nuclear arms control, Donald Trump’s election as U.S. president may offer a narrow window to repair relations as he and Russian President Vladimir Putin size up each other. …read more Source:...

    Trump win puts US-Russia hostility on hold – but for how long?
    Nov11

    Trump win puts US-Russia hostility on hold – but for how long?

    After years of rising U.S.-Russia tensions over Ukraine, Syria, cyber attacks and nuclear arms control, Donald Trump’s election as U.S. president may offer a narrow window to repair relations as he and Russian President Vladimir Putin size up each other. …read more Source: Channel...