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    Obama, Putin call for tough response to North Korea
    Jan13

    Obama, Putin call for tough response to North Korea

    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin have spoken about the situations in Ukraine and Syria. …read more Source: U.S....

    Obama, Putin call for tough response to North Korea
    Jan13

    Obama, Putin call for tough response to North Korea

    President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin joined Wednesday in calling for a tough global response to North Korea’s recent nuclear test, even as they remained at odds over Ukraine and Syrian President Bashar Assad. In a wide-ranging phone call, Obama and Putin appeared to speak past one another about the situation in...

    Obama: Ukraine a Russian ‘Client State’
    Jan13

    Obama: Ukraine a Russian ‘Client State’

    President Obama referred to Ukraine as a client state of Russia’s in his State of the Union address on Tuesday night, eliciting criticism from some U.S. lawmakers and analysts who noted Kiev’s independence from Moscow and ongoing battle against Russian-backed separatists. Despite Russia’s anemic economic growth, Obama said the...

    Obama discusses Syria, Ukraine with Russia's Putin – White House
    Jan13

    Obama discusses Syria, Ukraine with Russia's Putin – White House

    President Barack Obama, in a phone call with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday, emphasized the need to work toward a diplomatic solution to the crisis in Ukraine and address the conflict in Syria, the White House said. …read more Source: GMA News...

    Avalanche in French Alps Kills Three
    Jan13

    Avalanche in French Alps Kills Three

    An avalanche Wednesday in the French Alps killed two French high school students and a Ukrainian skier. Three other people were seriously injured. Officials said the avalanche struck at Les Deux Alpes ski resort, 50 kilometers from the Italian border, engulfing a group of 10 students and their teacher who were there on a school trip from Lyon....

    Ukraine To Ship Goods To Kazakhstan, Bypassing Russia
    Jan13

    Ukraine To Ship Goods To Kazakhstan, Bypassing Russia

    Ukraine says it will for the first time ship goods to Kazakhstan along a route bypassing Russia, due to the Kremlin’s trade embargo on Kyiv. Russia this month slapped fresh sanctions on Ukraine in re …read more Source: Big News...

    White House: Obama’s Puzzling Ukraine Comment Referred To Kremlin Ally Yanukovych
    Jan13

    White House: Obama’s Puzzling Ukraine Comment Referred To Kremlin Ally Yanukovych

    The White House has clarified U.S. President Barack Obama’s puzzling reference to Ukraine in his final State of the Union address, in which he said Russia is “pouring resources in to prop up” its ex-S …read more Source: Big News...

    Putin, Obama discuss situations in Mideast, Ukraine, Korean Peninsula over phone
    Jan13

    Putin, Obama discuss situations in Mideast, Ukraine, Korean Peninsula over phone

    Russian President Vladimir Putin and his US counterpart Barack Obama on Wednesday discussed the situations in the Middle East, Ukraine and on the Korean Peninsula in a phone conversation. …read more Source: China...

    What Do the Normativists Stand For?
    Jan13

    What Do the Normativists Stand For?

    The events of 2014–15 dispelled many of the illusions that arose in the aftermath of the collapse of the Soviet Union. Russia’s return to the global arena as a state demanding the right to interpret the rules of the game (or to undermine them) ruined the post-Cold War hopes that we were beginning a benevolent new chapter in history. The...

    Avalanche in French Alps kills 3
    Jan13

    Avalanche in French Alps kills 3

    Avalanche near Grenoble kills two French high school students and an Ukrainian skier and leaves three gravely injured. …read more Source: Toronto...