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Pompeo Names 3 National Interests U.S. Shares With Russia
President Vladimir Putin had previously expressed a mutual desire to improve battered U.S.-Russian ties.
Kremlin Protests U.S. Arrest of Russian Accused of Smuggling Fighter Jet Manuals
The Kremlin said it was deeply unhappy over the extradition.
What Did Pompeo Discuss With Putin in Russia?
Pompeo, Putin and Lavrov expressed a mutual desire to improve their countries’ battered ties despite their differences.
Russia Warns U.S. is Preparing to Use Nuclear Weapons in Europe
Russia calls the move a “flagrant violation” of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.
Ex-Marine Whelan Links His Detention in Russia to U.S. Sanctions
“Sanctioned friends with locals, who look for big fish and now know their mistake,” Whelan reportedly wrote to his family.
U.S. Envoy Warns Russia With ‘Warship Diplomacy’
Each of the two warships “represent 100,000 tons of international diplomacy,” the U.S. ambassador to Russia said.
U.S. Ignored Russia’s Nuclear War Prevention Pact – Reports
The Kremlin's spokesman later accused Washington of ignoring several of its proposals for cooperation.
Trump Adviser Visits Moscow for Kremlin Talks
Ties between Washington and Moscow are at post-Cold War lows.
U.S. Warns Its Citizens of Kidnapping Risks in Russia
U.S. citizens “may become victims of harassment, mistreatment and extortion,” the State Department said.
U.S. Aid Agency Plans 'Framework' to Counteract Russia Influence Globally
Mark Green said the USAID budget includes $584 million for this work.
Venezuelan Deputy Minister Says More Russian Troops Could Arrive — Interfax
Washington has threatened sanctions in response to the presence of Russian troops in Venezuela.
NATO Chief Warns Of Russia Threat, Urges Unity in U.S. Address
"We cannot ensure the defense of the West if our allies grow dependent on Russia," U.S. Vice President Mike Pence said afterward.
Russian Cyber Expert Sentenced for Treason in FSB Scandal
Georgy Fomchenkov was found guilty of committing state treason in the interests of the United States.
The U.S. Needs a Post-Mueller Reality Check
Certain political agendas want to see Russia as a mighty adversary.
Mueller Provides Scant Real Relief for Russia
The Mueller report is unlikely to make any real impact on U.S.-Russian relations.
R.I.P. Russiagate. Here's What We Learned
It’s important now to be clear-eyed, no matter if you bought the conspiracy theory or not.
We Told You So: Russian Officials React to Mueller Report on Collusion
Mueller found no evidence that Trump's campaign had conspired with Russia.
Kremlin Accuses U.S. of Stoking Tensions by Flying Bombers Near Its Borders
Russia intercepted a U.S. B-52 strategic bomber on Thursday.
U.S.-Russia Talks on Venezuela Stall Over Role of Maduro
Russia has said Maduro remains the country's only legitimate leader whereas the U.S. backs Juan Guaido.
Russia Says it Won’t Destroy Missiles U.S. Claims Break INF Treaty
“We will not knock on a closed door,” the Foreign Ministry said of its proposals to keep the treaty active.
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