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    Michael Flynn, Donald Trump’s national security adviser, contacted Russia when Obama announced sanctions: report
    Jan13

    Michael Flynn, Donald Trump’s national security adviser, contacted Russia when Obama announced sanctions: report

    Michael Flynn, President-elect Donald Trump’s nominee for National Security Adviser arrives at Trump Tower in New York, Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2017. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik) (Credit: AP) An anonymous official is claiming that retired Lt. Gen. Michael T. Flynn, who will soon serve as national security adviser to President-elect Donald Trump,...

    Radev: It Is Positive That Trump Is No Slave to Political Prejudices
    Jan13

    Radev: It Is Positive That Trump Is No Slave to Political Prejudices

    In an interview for French channel France 24, President-elect Rumen Radev commented on several issues that he deemed important for Bulgaria and the world. With respect to the election of Donald Trump, Radev pointed out that the positive thing about Trump is that “he is not a slave to political prejudices”. “My hope for his presidency is that it...

    How Trump changed the way Americans see Russia, in 4 charts
    Jan13

    How Trump changed the way Americans see Russia, in 4 charts

    On Monday afternoon, the Pew Research Center released its annual report on how Americans see foreign policy — which focused, appropriately, on Russia. Its findings are striking. The report’s findings make a very compelling case that Donald Trump’s victory has, single-handedly, transformed the way Americans see Russia. Republicans are...

    U.S. Ambassador to E.U. Says It’s ‘Lunacy’ for Trump to Back European Populists
    Jan13

    U.S. Ambassador to E.U. Says It’s ‘Lunacy’ for Trump to Back European Populists

    The outgoing U.S. Ambassador to the European Union (E.U.) has warned it would be “lunacy” for the administration of Donald Trump to take advice from nationalist and populist politicians in Europe who are encouraging the break-up of the E.U. Anthony L. Gardner, a former private equity chief appointed by President Barack Obama to represent U.S....

    Germany invites Russian minister on EU sanctions list to G20 meeting
    Jan13

    Germany invites Russian minister on EU sanctions list to G20 meeting

    Russian Agriculture Minister Alexander Tkachev, who is on a European Union list of Russians banned from entering the bloc, will next week attend a meeting in Berlin with his G20 counterparts at Germany’s invitation.European Union leaders last July extended economic sanctions against Russia first imposed in 2014 after it annexed Crimea and...

    Trump: I want my Cabinet picks to ‘express their own thoughts, not mine’
    Jan13

    Trump: I want my Cabinet picks to ‘express their own thoughts, not mine’

    Donald Trump tweeted his support of his Cabinet nominees early Friday morning after multiple news organizations highlighted the different stances between the president-elect and some of his picks, writing that they should feel free to express views different from his own.“All of my Cabinet nominee are looking good and doing a great job. I want...

    OSCE PA President calls for extension of mandate of OSCE office in Armenia
    Jan13

    OSCE PA President calls for extension of mandate of OSCE office in Armenia

    The President of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly, Austrian parliamentarian Christine Muttonen, today called for the immediate agreement on the extension of mandates of OSCE field operations, some of which are currently being held up by representatives of OSCE countries. “Field missions have long been the crown jewel of the OSCE, both helping OSCE...

    Freeland’s complicated relationship with Russia might work in our favour
    Jan13

    Freeland’s complicated relationship with Russia might work in our favour

    Chrystia Freeland’s appointment as foreign affairs minister has to be warmly welcomed, but comes with a little anti-Russian baggage. Weighing what is to like in her appointment against the Russian baggage is easy, but needs to be clearly set out. A woman foreign affairs minister – all to the good and too rare in Canadian history. A minister...

    The Morning Vertical, January 13, 2016
    Jan13

    The Morning Vertical, January 13, 2016

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    Click for regime change
    Jan13

    Click for regime change

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