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    Vladimir Putin’s first 100 days: How a questionable bombing helped give Putin legitimacy when he took office
    Dec27

    Vladimir Putin’s first 100 days: How a questionable bombing helped give Putin legitimacy when he took office

    FILE In this file photo taken on Tuesday, March 18, 2014, Russian President Vladimir Putin gestures after signing a treaty to incorporate Crimea into Russia in the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia. When Alexander Zemlianichenko started working as an AP photographer in Moscow, the Soviet Union was nearing its demise. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko,...

    The Threat from China’s Lone Aircraft Carrier Has Been Overstated
    Dec27

    The Threat from China’s Lone Aircraft Carrier Has Been Overstated

    The world’s media is touting the “coming out” party for China’s lone aircraft carrier, the Liaoning. The carrier and its’s entourage of escorting destroyers and frigates made a splash when they left the first island chain behind and sallied forth into the open Pacific Ocean past Taiwan and Okinawa. The ship and its...

    Russia: Ukraine’s Ban on Military Exports Not a Big Problem
    Dec27

    Russia: Ukraine’s Ban on Military Exports Not a Big Problem

    A senior Russian military official says domestic industries have learned to produce engines and other parts previously imported from Ukraine.Deputy Defense Minister Yuri Borisov said in a Tuesday interview with online Gazeta.ru that the lack of supplies from Ukraine hasn’t… …read more Source:...

    Russia: Ukraine’s ban on military exports not a big problem
    Dec27

    Russia: Ukraine’s ban on military exports not a big problem

    A senior Russian military official says domestic industries have learned to produce engines and other parts previously imported from Ukraine …read more Source: U.S....

    Russia: Ukraine’s ban on military exports not a big problem
    Dec27

    Russia: Ukraine’s ban on military exports not a big problem

    A senior Russian military official says domestic industries have learned to produce engines and other parts previously imported from Ukraine. …read more Source: FOX...

    Russia: Ukraine’s Ban on Military Exports Not a Big Problem
    Dec27

    Russia: Ukraine’s Ban on Military Exports Not a Big Problem

    A senior Russian military official says domestic industries have learned to produce engines and other parts previously imported from Ukraine …read more Source: ABC...

    Russia: Ukraine’s ban on military exports not a big problem
    Dec27

    Russia: Ukraine’s ban on military exports not a big problem

    A senior Russian military official says domestic industries have learned to produce engines and other parts previously imported from Ukraine. Deputy Defense Minister Yuri Borisov said in a Tuesday interview … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...

    Russia: Ukraine’s ban on military exports not a big problem
    Dec27

    Russia: Ukraine’s ban on military exports not a big problem

    A senior Russian military official says domestic industries have learned to produce engines and other parts previously imported from Ukraine. Deputy Defense Minister Yuri Borisov said in a Tuesday interview … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The News...

    Russia: Ukraine’s ban on military exports not a big problem
    Dec27

    Russia: Ukraine’s ban on military exports not a big problem

    MOSCOW (AP) — A senior Russian military official says domestic industries have learned to produce engines and other parts previously imported from… …read more Source:...

    McCain, in Estonia, Defends Need for NATO to Deter Russia
    Dec27

    McCain, in Estonia, Defends Need for NATO to Deter Russia

    A leading American senator is telling Baltic state leaders they can count on continued U.S. support from the incoming Donald Trump administration in the event of any Russian aggression. Sen. John McCain, a member of President-elect Trump’s Republican party, also said Tuesday in the Estonian capital, Tallinn, that he does not foresee any...