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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.
On Trump's Ties to Russia, Americans Have Made Up Their Minds
A Reuters/Ipsos poll found that 53 percent of Americans believe the Trump campaign “worked with Russia to influence the 2016 election.”
Turkey and U.S. Head for Showdown Over Russian Missile Contracts
Turkey is running out of time to avert a showdown with the United States over its plans to buy advanced Russian air defenses.
U.S. Says It's Working With EU to Thwart Russia on Balkans
Most EU states and the U.S. have recognized Kosovo, while Russia and China have sided with Serbia in its refusal to do so.
Trump Extends U.S. Sanctions Against Russia Over Crimea
Due to expire on March 6, the travel bans and asset freezes have been extended into the spring of 2020.
House Panels Seek Details On Trump Communications With Russia's Putin
The requests are part of an investigation into whether the U.S. president abused power or obstructed justice.
U.S. Cyberattacks May Be Doing Putin a Favor
If America is changing its tactics by going on the cyber offensive, Russia can be expected to take countermeasures that would hurt its own citizens.
Kremlin Dismisses Talk of Possible U.S. Move to Probe Putin's Wealth
The Kremlin called the draft sanctions an example of anti-Russian sentiment.
Americans’ Views of Russia Hit Record Lows – Gallup
Russia’s unfavorability ratings among Americans reached a new high of 73 percent.
U.S. Had Asked Russia for Advice Before Trump-Kim Summit, Lavrov Says
Lavrov added that there was no quick solution to the Korean Peninsula issue.
I'm Ready for Another Cuban Missile Crisis If You Want One, Putin Tells U.S.
Over five decades on, tensions are rising again over Russian fears that the U.S. might deploy missiles in Europe.
Russia Looks to Extend Detention of Ex U.S. Marine Held for Spying
Paul Whelan, who holds U.S., British, Canadian and Irish passports, was detained in a Moscow hotel room on Dec. 28.
Russia's Economy Can Weather New U.S. Sanctions, Kremlin Says
U.S. senators had introduced a bill seeking to punish Russia for meddling in U.S. elections and for its aggression in Ukraine.
Putin Challenges Erdogan Over Syria as U.S. Exit Bolsters Russia
Russia is pressuring Turkey to agree to an offensive on Idlib.
Russia Warns U.S. Against Meddling in Venezuela Crisis
Russia has sided with President Nicolas Maduro in his stand-off with opposition leader Juan Guaido.
Russia Welcomes Trump Offer of New Nuclear Pact, Awaits Details
Russia cautions that it’s received no specific proposals yet.
U.S. Shuts Down Only Immigration Office in Russia, Citing Falling Demand
USCIS said that its field office in Athens, Greece, would assume jurisdiction over immigration matters in Russia.
Russia Would Be Open to U.S. Proposals for New Nuclear Pact, Minister Says
Russia had suspended the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty.
Russia Will Exit INF Nuclear Pact in 6 Months
Moscow denies it is violating the pact.
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