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    Russia is very happy that Donald Trump won
    Nov10

    Russia is very happy that Donald Trump won

    In this Nov. 9, 2016, photo, Russian President Vladimir Putin makes a toast during a ceremony for receiving diplomatic credentials from foreign ambassadors in the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia. In careful phrasing befitting the spy he once was, Vladimir Putin has made it clear he expects a great deal from President-elect Donald Trump. And, the...

    The Morning Vertical, November 10, 2016
    Nov10

    The Morning Vertical, November 10, 2016

    Your daily roundup …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Lessons for the World from Trump’s Win
    Nov10

    Lessons for the World from Trump’s Win

    By Ashutosh SheshabalayaAn emerging market perspective on a presumed American cataclysm.Donald Trump’s “surprise” victory in the U.S. elections should be a wake-up call for pundits and pollsters everywhere. It marks a turning point, less from the post-Second World War order than from two-and-a-half centuries of Enlightenment thinking, which...

    Ukraine’s Savchenko Urges Trump To ‘Strengthen’ Sanctions Against Russia
    Nov10

    Ukraine’s Savchenko Urges Trump To ‘Strengthen’ Sanctions Against Russia

    Ukrainian lawmaker Nadia Savchenko has urged U.S. President-elect Donald Trump to “strengthen sanctions” against Russia. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Russia Says Apprehends Ukrainian ‘Saboteur Group’ In Crimea
    Nov10

    Russia Says Apprehends Ukrainian ‘Saboteur Group’ In Crimea

    Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) says it has apprehended three suspected members of a Ukrainian “saboteur group” in Russian-annexed Crimea. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Trump’s election boosts Kremlin hopes for better relations
    Nov10

    Trump’s election boosts Kremlin hopes for better relations

    MOSCOW (AP) — In careful phrasing befitting the spy he once was, Vladimir Putin has made it clear he expects a great deal from President-elect Donald Trump. And, the billionaire businessman may expect a transactional relationship with Putin. Although the Kremlin clearly detested Hillary Clinton, Putin’s public statements on Trump’s...

    After Trump’s Win, Putin Adviser Reveals: ‘Maybe We Helped a Bit With WikiLeaks’
    Nov10

    After Trump’s Win, Putin Adviser Reveals: ‘Maybe We Helped a Bit With WikiLeaks’

    Click here for reuse options! Our allies fear for the safety of NATO. One of Vladimir Putin’s advisers boasted that Russian hackers might have helped Donald Trump defeat Hillary Clinton.Putin has dismissed claims by U.S. authorities that Russia had interfered with the American election by hacking Clinton and the Democratic National...

    The Double-Edged Sword of Armenia’s New Nuclear-Capable Missiles
    Nov10

    The Double-Edged Sword of Armenia’s New Nuclear-Capable Missiles

    Image: Russian Iskander missiles on the 9P78-1 Transporter erector launcher at the Victory Day Parade rehearsal in Moscow in 2010. (Author: A. Savin / CC BY-SA 3.0 Wikimedia Commons) As someone who loves Armenia, my first response to the news that my country had purchased advanced Russian missiles capable of hitting targets hundreds of kilometers...

    Trump’s victory will put pressure on Liberals to boost defence spending say analysts
    Nov10

    Trump’s victory will put pressure on Liberals to boost defence spending say analysts

    Donald Trump’s election victory will put pressure on the Liberal government to boost defence spending, rethink participation in the U.S. missile defence shield, and could affect some of its high profile missions such as in eastern Europe. Department of National Defence officials in Ottawa are working on an analysis of what a Trump...

    World leaders react to Trump victory with apprehension and applause
    Nov10

    World leaders react to Trump victory with apprehension and applause

    HARI SREENIVASAN: Now the view from overseas. The election was watched closely, both with anticipation and fear. And, as chief foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Warner reports, today, the rest of the world awoke to an America profoundly changed. MARGARET WARNER: The stunning news ricocheted around the world from Tehran to Tokyo, Istanbul to...