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    European Diplomats Push For More U.S. Support Against Russian Aggression
    Mar08

    European Diplomats Push For More U.S. Support Against Russian Aggression

    Envoys from six European countries that border Russia have pushed for more U.S. military and economic support, as they repeated warnings to U.S. senators about an increasingly aggressive Russia. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    The return of the czar
    Mar08

    The return of the czar

    Russian President Vladimir Putin enters the St. George Hall at the Grand Kremlin Palace at the Kremlin in Moscow, on December 12, 2013, to deliver an annual state of the nation address. (Mikhail Klimentyev/AFP/Getty Images) THE RETURN OF THE CZAR One hundred years after the Russian Revolution, an emboldened Putin regime is embracing its czarist...

    Watch: MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell thrown out of Tillerson meeting while asking about Russia
    Mar08

    Watch: MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell thrown out of Tillerson meeting while asking about Russia

    Cameras captured the moment that MSNBC journalist Andrea Mitchell was escorted out of a meeting between U.S. State Secretary Rex Tillerson and the Foreign Minister for Ukraine. Mitchell was yelling questions about Russia and Vladimir Putin Tuesday when she was hurried out. As the two shook hands and cameras whirred away, Mitchell can be heard in...

    Ukraine Envoy: US Supports Kyiv Against ‘Russian Aggression’
    Mar08

    Ukraine Envoy: US Supports Kyiv Against ‘Russian Aggression’

    Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin says U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has assured him that Washington will continue to support Kyiv in its standoff with Russia. Klimkin spoke to reporters after meeting at the State Department Tuesday with Tillerson, the former ExxonMobil CEO who now serves as President Donald Trump’s top...

    Ukraine foreign minister urges continued sanctions on Russia
    Mar08

    Ukraine foreign minister urges continued sanctions on Russia

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Ukraine’s foreign minister told U.S. senators on Tuesday that sanctions against Russia shouldn’t be eased and possibly should be… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine foreign minister urges continued sanctions on Russia
    Mar08

    Ukraine foreign minister urges continued sanctions on Russia

    Ukraine’s foreign minister told U.S. senators on Tuesday that sanctions against Russia shouldn’t be eased and possibly should be ratcheted up as Moscow escalates its military aggression against its western … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The News...

    Ukrainian official says don’t lift sanctions against Russia
    Mar07

    Ukrainian official says don’t lift sanctions against Russia

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Ukraine’s foreign minister is telling U.S. senators that American sanctions against Russia shouldn’t be eased and possibly should be ratcheted up as Moscow escalates its military aggression in the eastern European nation. …read more Source: CNS...

    Call Russia’s Freeland smear out for the lie it is: Clement
    Mar07

    Call Russia’s Freeland smear out for the lie it is: Clement

    Conservative public safety critic Tony Clement said today journalists and politicians of all stripes have a responsibility to call out Russian propaganda smearing Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland for the lie it is. …read more Source:...

    Russian Officials Cautious on How to Mark 1917 Revolution Centenary
    Mar07

    Russian Officials Cautious on How to Mark 1917 Revolution Centenary

    Russia this year is marking 100 years since the Russian Revolution ended the country’s monarchy, an event that led to the creation of the Soviet Union, a communist regime that for much of the 20th century ruled an empire. Despite the significant anniversary, Russian authorities have been cautious about how to observe it, apparently fearful...

    Trump’s dozens of connections to Russia aren’t in question, it’s how they affected the election
    Mar07

    Trump’s dozens of connections to Russia aren’t in question, it’s how they affected the election

    It’s amazing what we know about Trump and Russia. The things that we don’t have to speculate about, where the connections are already documented, is already quite a list. We know that Donald Trump was bailed out of bankruptcy by oligarchs from Russia and other former Soviet states after Trump had screwed up so many deals that no bank...