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    Cheney: Russian Cyberattack On Election Could Be Viewed As  ‘Act Of War’
    Mar28

    Cheney: Russian Cyberattack On Election Could Be Viewed As ‘Act Of War’

    Former Vice President Dick Cheney said in a speech that there’s “no question” Russia attempted to manipulate the U.S. presidential election and that many would consider that “an act of war.”George W. Bush’s former No. 2 explained Monday at The Economic Times’ Global Business Summit in New Delhi that he thinks the “major concern”...

    The Triangle of Moscow, Tehran and Jerusalem
    Mar28

    The Triangle of Moscow, Tehran and Jerusalem

    Earlier this month, Prime Minister (PM) Benjamin Netanyahu flew to Moscow for a meeting with Russia’s President Vladimir Putin. In a statement prior to his meeting with Putin, Netanyahu praised the Russian leader for his contribution and the significant progress made in the fight against the radical Sunni Islamic terrorism of the Islamic...

    Montenegro’s Bid to Join NATO Advances With US Senate Vote
    Mar28

    Montenegro’s Bid to Join NATO Advances With US Senate Vote

    Montenegro is one step closer to becoming NATO’s 29th member. Ratification of the treaty on Montenegro’s admission into the alliance cleared a procedural hurdle in the U.S. Senate Monday, setting the stage for a final vote later this week. Approving the treaty requires a two-thirds’ vote in the Senate, after which the president...

    Krauthammer’s Take on Putin-Linked Death: ‘Installing Hot Tubs Is Not a Known Cause of Defenestration’
    Mar28

    Krauthammer’s Take on Putin-Linked Death: ‘Installing Hot Tubs Is Not a Known Cause of Defenestration’

    Charles Krauthammer pointed out recent crimes likely committed by the Putin’s regime in Russia, and he argued that the trend of mildness toward Putin in the West harms our values and our interests:This is a malign regime. And the statement by the White house was a fairly mild one. But think about what just happened in the last couple of...

    We Can’t Afford to Lose U.S.-Russian Nuclear Cooperation
    Mar28

    We Can’t Afford to Lose U.S.-Russian Nuclear Cooperation

    Nicolai N. Petro, Josh Cohen Security, Eurasia Rather than engaging in nuclear saber-rattling, the Trump administration should widen and deepen its cooperation with Moscow. In the rancorous aftermath of the 2016 presidential election, Russia is often depicted as the greatest national-security threat facing the United States. The intense heat...

    Why young Russians are mobilizing against corruption
    Mar28

    Why young Russians are mobilizing against corruption

    JUDY WOODRUFF: Widespread protests broke out in cities across Russia’s 11 time zones yesterday to denounce government corruption. Chief foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Warner begins our coverage. MARGARET WARNER: The sentence for Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny was handed down this morning in Moscow: 15 days in jail for resisting...

    Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner go on vacation but still get more White House power
    Mar28

    Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner go on vacation but still get more White House power

    Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner are finding out the various ways it can be helpful to their careers when Dad is the boss. Related Articles Senate panel plans to interview Trump son-in-law Kushner in Russia probe Ivanka Trump’s using White House power to promote fashion brand, San Francisco retailer alleges Ivanka Trump played key role in her...

    Baltics’ Russian Media Use Online Humor to Combat Propaganda
    Mar28

    Baltics’ Russian Media Use Online Humor to Combat Propaganda

    Russia’s nationalist propaganda machine kicked into high gear after the 2014 annexation of Crimea sparked the worst East-West tensions since the Cold War. State media quickly fell behind the Kremlin line while Russia’s few independent media came under increasing pressure to conform or self-censor. As Russian authorities shrank the...

    French Nationalist and Presidential Contender Is Schmoozing With Putin
    Mar28

    French Nationalist and Presidential Contender Is Schmoozing With Putin

    During the Cold War, the U.S. spent billions trying to keep Western Europe from falling into Russian hands. Some of our best foreign policy minds, from Dean Acheson to George Shultz, concentrated their intellectual firepower on containing if not rolling back Kremlin influence. Now along comes Marine Le Pen, and all this effort may have been for...

    Poroshenko Signs Off On NGO Assets-Declaration Requirement
    Mar27

    Poroshenko Signs Off On NGO Assets-Declaration Requirement

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has signed into law controversial amendments to the country’s anticorruption legislation requiring representatives of nongovernmental organizations to file assets declarations. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...