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    US Senators Plan Russia Sanctions on Putin, Inner Circle
    Dec31

    US Senators Plan Russia Sanctions on Putin, Inner Circle

    Speaking to RFE/RL Ukraine Service, U.S. senators John McCain, from left, Amy Llobuchar and Lindsey Graham discuss U.S. sanctions against Russia for reported cyber attacks in the recent U.S. Presidential election. …read more Source: Voice of...

    US Senators Plan Russia Sanctions on Putin, Inner Circle
    Dec31

    US Senators Plan Russia Sanctions on Putin, Inner Circle

    Speaking to RFE/RL Ukraine Service, U.S. senators John McCain, from left, Amy Llobuchar and Lindsey Graham discuss U.S. sanctions against Russia for reported cyber attacks in the recent U.S. Presidential election. …read more Source: Voice of...

    Analysis: Putin gives Trump opening, but path is risky
    Dec31

    Analysis: Putin gives Trump opening, but path is risky

    The Russian leader, skilled at keeping several steps ahead of his adversaries, announced he would not retaliate in kind against the Obama administration for imposing new sanctions and expelling Russian diplomats from the United States. […] the question is whether the mutual admiration pact will open new chapters on issues like Syria,...

    Here’s what John Kerry should have said about Israel
    Dec31

    Here’s what John Kerry should have said about Israel

    Earlier this month, the UN Security Council adopted Resolution 2334, which declared Israeli settlements on occupied lands illegal. The United States, which had the power to stop the resolution, abstained. Avi Benlolo shares his view of what Secretary of State John Kerry should have said afterward: On behalf of my administration and president, I...

    Russia, brushing off Obama, looks to friendlier Donald Trump
    Dec31

    Russia, brushing off Obama, looks to friendlier Donald Trump

    Stung by new punishments, Russia is looking straight past President Barack Obama to Donald Trump in hopes the president-elect will reverse the tough U.S. stance toward Moscow of the last eight years. In a stunning embrace of a longtime U.S. adversary, Trump is siding with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Whether Trump steers the U.S. toward or...

    Timeline: Three decades of diplomatic spats between U.S. and Moscow
    Dec31

    Timeline: Three decades of diplomatic spats between U.S. and Moscow

    WASHINGTON — U.S. relations with Moscow during and after the Cold War have been marred by diplomatic dustups ranging from espionage scandals to an Olympics boycott. Current tensions, highlighted by President Barack Obama’s decision to impose sanctions and expel 35 Russia diplomats, is exceptional because it stems from U.S. allegations of...

    How Putin and Netanyahu are exploiting the transition
    Dec31

    How Putin and Netanyahu are exploiting the transition

    What do you get when you mix eight years of grudges, complex geopolitics and four world leaders — including incoming and outgoing American presidents with diametrically opposing views of the world — all convinced that this is a make-or-break moment with historic implications?This week, apparently.Presidential transitions tend to be quiet affairs,...

    Interview: Three Senior U.S. Senators Take Hard Line On Russia
    Dec31

    Interview: Three Senior U.S. Senators Take Hard Line On Russia

    Three senior United States senators have taken a strict line on Russia’s actions in Ukraine, and the Kremlin’s alleged interference in the recent U.S. presidential election. In an interview with RFE/RL’s Ukrainian service during a visit to Kyiv, Senators Lindsey Graham (R-South Carolina), John McCain (R-Arizona) and Amy...

    How will a Trump presidency impact sanctions on Russia?
    Dec30

    How will a Trump presidency impact sanctions on Russia?

    Moscow opted to wait for Trump’s move rather than retaliate after US expulsion of Russian diplomats. …read more Source: AL...

    Vladimir Putin responds to U.S. sanctions and diplomat ousting
    Dec30

    Vladimir Putin responds to U.S. sanctions and diplomat ousting

    Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks at a meeting in St. Petersburg, Russia. (AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky, File) MOSCOW—President Vladimir Putin castigated the United States on Friday for trying to punish Russia but said his country will not immediately retaliate and instead will wait for a new U.S. approach by Donald Trump. The president-elect...