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    Top Moments From The Vice Presidential Debate Between Mike Pence And Tim Kaine
    Oct05

    Top Moments From The Vice Presidential Debate Between Mike Pence And Tim Kaine

    Who’s going to be tougher on Russia?As if sensitive to Trump’s repeated praising of Russian president Vladimir Putin, Pence talked tough on Russia’s “barbaric” acts in Syria. “The small and bullying the leader of Russia is now dictating terms to the United States to the point where all the United States of...

    Pence and Kaine collide on debate stage
    Oct05

    Pence and Kaine collide on debate stage

    FARMVILLE, Virginia — Mike Pence quickly set out Tuesday to wrench the camera off of his controversy-plagued running mate, Donald Trump, and train it on Hillary Clinton’s flaws and scandals. And Tim Kaine was determined to stop him.The vice presidential contenders shed their polite decorum quickly – beginning with Kaine’s fierce...

    Is it a Threat or Desperation?
    Oct05

    Is it a Threat or Desperation?

    Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday threatened to walk away from a long-standing plutonium disposal agreement with the United States. He submitted a bill to the Russian Duma that would withdraw Russia from a treaty first signed in 2000, but expanded upon in 2006 and 2010.Putin justifed Russia’s withdrawing by pointing to “a core...

    6 Moves Putin’s Russia Could Make in Its Old Stomping Ground
    Oct04

    6 Moves Putin’s Russia Could Make in Its Old Stomping Ground

    Russia’s invasion of eastern Ukraine and annexation of Crimea have left many wondering: Where next for Moscow? While no one can read Russian President Vladimir Putin’s mind, we can examine historical precedent to construct feasible scenarios for future Russian action. Here, we’ll review six such scenarios, each reflecting three...

    The Kremlin’s Tactical Ambiguity
    Oct04

    The Kremlin’s Tactical Ambiguity

    Less then three month after the World Anti-Doping Agency’s experts concluded that the FSB and Russia’s Sports Ministry had set up and then tried to cover up a massive doping scheme for Russia’s athletes (which led to the removal of 111 Russian sportsmen from the Rio Olympics and the banning of the whole Paralympic national team...

    AM General to provide Humvees to Afghanistan, Ukraine and U.S. forces
    Oct04

    AM General to provide Humvees to Afghanistan, Ukraine and U.S. forces

    Geoff ZiezulewiczSOUTH BEND, Ind., Oct. 4 (UPI) — AM General has been awarded $151 million in new contracts and modifications to provide Humvees to Afghanistan, Ukraine and the U.S. National Guard and Reserves. …read more Source: United Press...

    A Russian company is selling children’s beds modeled after the missile launcher that downed MH17
    Oct04

    A Russian company is selling children’s beds modeled after the missile launcher that downed MH17

    Even in the most carefree times, a children’s bed fashioned after a missile launcher would probably raise eyebrows. But a Russian furniture company has drawn ire for selling a bed frame modeled after the Buk surface-to-air missile system that a Dutch-led inquiry has concluded shot down a passenger plane over Ukraine in 2014, killing all 298...

    Ukraine successfully tests Sarmat anti-tank missile
    Oct04

    Ukraine successfully tests Sarmat anti-tank missile

    Geoff ZiezulewiczKIEV, Ukraine, Oct. 4 (UPI) — Ukraine successfully test-fired its Sarmat anti-tank guided missile, officials announced this week. …read more Source: United Press...

    Kerry: West Willing to Talk to Russia About Ukraine
    Oct04

    Kerry: West Willing to Talk to Russia About Ukraine

    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says Western alliances are willing to work with Russia to seek solutions to end the unrest in Ukraine, but will stand firm on principles based on freedom and international law. Speaking Tuesday in Belgium, Kerry said NATO “does not seek to weaken, to contain or to divide their nation or any other...

    We Are Fooling Ourselves about Russia
    Oct04

    We Are Fooling Ourselves about Russia

    The painstaking, Dutch-led international investigation into the deaths of nearly 300 souls aboard Malaysian Airlines MH17 flight has concluded, and the report clearly points the finger at Russia. Such a monstrous crime ought to have been enough to convince the West to re-examine its approach to the Russia problem. Yet the West seems all too often...