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Russia Shows Tentative Willingness to Let U.S. Use Central Asia Bases
The arrangement — reportedly aired at the Biden-Putin summit — would involve U.S. forces using the Russian bases for operations in Afghanistan.
Russia Says U.S. Mission in Afghanistan Has Failed
Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov accused the U.S. of creating instability in the region with its "hasty withdrawal."
time for teamwork
Putin Says Russia, U.S. Have 'Common Interests' on Climate Change
The comments on a rare point of cooperation come after Putin met U.S. President Joe Biden for historic talks last month.
caught on video
Russia Accuses U.S. Embassy Staffer of Stealing Railway Sign
Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said the theft endangered passengers' lives.
'stakes could not be higher'
U.S., Russia Say Will Cooperate on Climate
Climate change is one of the few areas in which the U.S. and the EU have said they are ready to engage with Russia amid high tensions.
U.S. RNC Breach Traced to Russia-Linked Hacking Group – Bloomberg
The Kremlin denied the reports of Moscow's involvement in the hack.
Russia Says Ready to Activate Tajik Military Base Amid U.S. Pullout, Taliban Advance in Afghanistan
“We’ll do everything ... to prevent any aggressive encroachments against our allies,” Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said.
U.S. Software Firm Moves to Restart After Huge Ransomware Attack Linked to Russia-Based Group
The White House reiterated the warning President Joe Biden gave to his counterpart Vladimir Putin about Russia harboring cybercriminals.
American Lawyer Detained in Russia Alongside Veteran Belarus Opposition Leader – CNN
Russian FSB agents reportedly put a hood over Yuras Zyankovich’s head and took him to Belarus to face charges of attempting a coup.
pot and kettle
Russia Points Finger Back at U.S. Over Latest Cyberattack Accusations
U.S. cybersecurity agencies blamed Kremlin-backed hackers for a series of attacks on Western private and government entities.
Russia Wields S-400 Missile Systems in Response to U.S.-Led Black Sea Drills
Ukraine and 32 NATO members are carrying out the Sea Breeze 2021 drills involving 5,000 military personnel, 40 aircraft and 32 warships.
U.S. Embassy in Moscow to Halt Visa, Consular Services From Aug. 1
Russia banned the embassy from employing foreign nationals when it designated the U.S. as an “unfriendly” country.
show of support
U.S., Western Embassies Fly Gay Pride Flags in Moscow
The Kremlin last June decried the rainbow flag displays on embassy buildings as illegal under Russian law.
back in action
U.S. Ambassador Sullivan Returns to Moscow Following Putin-Biden Summit
Sullivan and his Russian counterpart were recalled to their respective countries after Biden described Putin as a “killer.”
Russia Blacklists Bard College as ‘Undesirable’ Org
The move risks jail time for anyone associated with the U.S. liberal arts college, which has a study abroad program in St. Petersburg.
Russian Ambassador Returns 'Optimistic' to Washington
Moscow and Washington agreed for their ambassadors to return after a Geneva summit between Putin and Biden.
'One Cold Dude': U.S. Presidents on Putin
How U.S. leaders saw the Russian leader over the past 20 years, from the Bush bromance to the Obama chill to Trump's open admiration.
view from the kremlin
Putin’s NBC News Interview, In Quotes
The wide-reaching interview aired days before Putin is set to meet with U.S. President Joe Biden to discuss a slew of disagreements.
Russia Ready to Exchange Cyber Criminals With U.S., Putin Says
U.S. President Joe Biden plans to raise the issue of ransomware attacks with his Russian counterpart at their summit in Geneva.
Russia, U.S. Boosted Nuclear Arsenals in 2020 Amid Global Decrease – Think Tank
The superpowers “appear to be increasing the importance they attribute to nuclear weapons in their national security strategies.”
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