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The Taliban Gets Moscow’s VIP Treatment. And Why Some New Russian Stats Are Raising Eyebrows
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Israel Rejects Russian Offer to Rein in Iranian Forces in Syria
Russia's top diplomat and top general were dispatched to Jerusalem as Syrian government forces routed rebels near the Golan.
While Mo Salah Sleeps in Grozny (Op-ed)
The World Cup is another chance for Putin to shore up ties with regimes in the Middle East at the West’s expense.
Russia's Lavrov Says 'Deeply Alarmed' by Violence During Gaza Clashes
More than sixty people have been killed.
Kremlin 'Very Concerned' Over Violence in Gaza
Israeli troops shot dead dozens of Palestinian protesters on the Gaza border on Monday.
Israel Informed Russia Ahead of Strikes in Syria Following Netanyahu-Putin Meeting
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu flew to Moscow to meet Putin on Wednesday.
What Smoke Signals Are Russia’s Arms Deals Sending? (Op-ed)
Just like in Soviet times, Moscow is using weapons deals to form alliances and pressure rivals.
Russia Blasts Israeli Use of Force Against Palestinians
Palestinian demonstrations, which began on March 30, have been dubbed "The Great March of Return."
Putin's Goals in Syria Went Beyond Saving Assad (Op-ed)
A Russian general's post-mortem reveals that the conflict was used to test weapons and gain combat experience.
Trump’s Decision on Jerusalem Might Open the Door for Russia (Op-ed)
Russia is set to make gains by siding against the U.S. move
Russia Says No Reason for Assad to Give Up Syria Leadership
President Vladimir Putin Monday declared victory in his two-year military intervention in Syria, ordering troops to begin withdrawal
Putin Orders Russian Military to Withdraw During Surprise Syria Visit
Putin made the surprise visit en route to planned visits to Cairo and Ankara
Nikolas K. Gvosdev
Latest U.S.-Russia Effort on Syria Remains Flawed (Op-ed)
U.S.-Russian relations in Syria are warmer after Trump and Putin's visit, but some fundamental policy differences are hard to overlook
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