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Biden vs. Putin
Biden Tells Putin to 'Act' Against Ransomware Groups
The White House said Biden and Putin spoke for about an hour by phone, focusing on the ransomware threat and separately about allowing humanitarian aid...
Russian Ambassador Returns 'Optimistic' to Washington
Moscow and Washington agreed for their ambassadors to return after a Geneva summit between Putin and Biden.
Biden, Putin and the Return of Realpolitik
This week’s summit showed Washington and Moscow have accepted that neither is going to change the other’s behavior.
Biden's Media Image Has ‘Nothing to Do with Reality,’ Putin Says
He added that Russia is willing to further its dialogue with the U.S. as long as Washington was also ready to do so.
‘Red Lines’ and Respect: Takeaways and Reactions from Biden-Putin Summit
Russian officials expressed cautious optimism while Kremlin critics derided Putin’s remarks.
seeking common ground
Biden, Putin Hail Positive Talks, But U.S. Warns on Cyber Warfare
Putin signaled progress in a number of areas but rejected Biden's frequent criticism over his human rights record and allegations of harboring cyber criminals...
U.S., Russia Agree to Return Ambassadors – Putin
Diplomatic relations between Moscow and Washington had all but broken down since Biden took office.
Putin-Biden Summit: Mutual Grievances on the Agenda
The Russian and American presidents are likely to discuss a wide range of issues ranging from prisoner swaps to arms control.
History Shows Summit Will Embolden Putin
A high-profile meeting with Joe Biden will not constrain the Russian President, and risks legitimizing his ongoing domestic crackdown.
Ahead of Tense Putin-Biden Summit, Few in Russia Expect Breakthroughs
Analysts in Moscow said the most that can be expected is a return to the predictable antagonism of the Cold War era.
Putin Backs Prisoner Swap With U.S. Ahead of Biden Summit
Putin has renewed an offer to swap prisoners ahead of his first summit Wednesday with Joe Biden, who has come under growing pressure to free Americans...
News From Russia: What You Missed on the Weekend
Moscow extends public holidays while Mayor Sergei Sobyanin promises a chance to win cars and a three-bedroom apartment for vaccinated Russians.
Emotions Central to the Putin-Biden Summit
It is not that American policy should be subordinated to Putin’s emotional neuralgias, but Biden should at least know what he is dealing with.
appeal for aid
Pressure Putin to Release Jailed Americans, Ex-Marine Whelan Urges Biden Ahead of Summit
Biden has said that he plans to press Putin on human rights abuses when the two meet in Geneva this month.
Putin-Biden Summit Set for June 16 in Geneva
The Kremlin and the White House made back-to-back announcements following meetings between top diplomats and security chiefs.
break the ice
U.S., Russia Seek to Ease Tensions in First Meeting Under Biden
Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov described the talks — aimed in part at confirming a potential Biden-Putin summit — as "constructive."
show of support
Blinken Presses Russia to Pull Troops on Solidarity Trip to Ukraine
The U.S. Secretary of State said "significant forces remain" from Russia's massive buildup of troops near the Ukrainian border.
Biden Says 'Hope and Expectation' for Putin Meeting in June
A summit has not been confirmed but a Putin advisor has said planning is underway.
How to Speak With Moscow When There's Nothing to Talk About
Putin now has to deal with an American administration that expects little from Moscow, wants even less, and to add insult to injury, is unperturbed.
The Biden Administration Has Reset U.S. Sanctions Policy on Russia
The key difference between the Trump and Biden administrations’ sanctioning acts has been the messaging used to deliver them.
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