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U.S. Curbs Intelligence Sharing With Ukraine – WP
The distinction between intelligence-sharing and “targeting information” can help the U.S show it is not a party to the conflict.
Russian Generals Killed in Ukraine With Help of U.S. Intelligence – NYT
The Kremlin has regularly claimed that Russia is in a proxy war with the U.S.-led west.
U.S. Holds Sanctions on Rumored Putin ‘Mistress’ Kabaeva – WSJ
Officials said that imposing sanctions on Kabaeva could hamper efforts to negotiate peace in Ukraine.
Russia’s U.S. Ambassador Decries Banking ‘Blockade’
"In effect, the embassy is under a blockade by the U.S. government agencies," Ambassador Anatoly Antonov told state television.
Russia Hits Kamala Harris, Zuckerberg With Travel Bans
The foreign ministry said the list was comprised of people responsible for the two countries' "Russophobic" policies.
Russia Warns U.S. of 'Consequences' of Ukraine Military Aid: Reports
The warning came the same week that U.S. President Joe Biden pledged a new $800 million military aid package for Ukraine.
Russian Abuses Complicate US Balancing Act on Ukraine
Since the Russian invasion on February 24, the United States has provided Ukraine with a flood of light arms.
U.S. Bans Exports to 3 Russian Airlines for Sanctions Violations
The Commerce Department announced that Aeroflot as well as Azur Air and Utair were banned from receiving American goods for the next 180 days.
U.S. Ends Normal Trade Ties With Russia Over Ukraine Invasion
The latest trade sanction caps several rounds of measures intended primarily to sever Moscow's economic and financial ties with the rest of the world.
Rich Nations to Tap 120 Mn Barrels From Emergency Oil Reserves: IEA
Last week, U.S. President Joe Biden announced a record release of U.S. oil onto the market.
Upping the pressure
More Weapons, Sanctions: U.S. Lays Out Next Phase of Response Against Russia
The United States is upping pressure on multiple fronts against President Vladimir Putin, officials said Monday.
U.S. Advises That Moscow May 'Detain' Americans in Russia – State Dept
The U.S. State Department issued a travel advisory on Tuesday warning that Moscow "may single out and detain U.S. citizens in Russia.”
U.S. to Further Target Russian Warfare Capabilities – Official
"We are planning to target additional sectors that are critical to the Kremlin's ability to operate its war machine," said Deputy Treasury Secretary Wally...
Biden 'Gaffe' on Putin Scrambles U.S. Message on Ukraine
The comments by Biden — who earlier called Putin a "butcher" — drew predictable fury from Moscow, raised eyebrows in allied countries, and sent the...
Branding Putin a 'Butcher', Biden Doubts Russia Dialing Down Ukraine Aims
The Russian army earlier said it would focus on "the main goal — the liberation of Donbas."
Biden to Visit Near Ukraine Border as Solidarity Tested
U.S. President Joe Biden will travel to a town near the Polish-Ukrainian border Friday, trying to signal Western resolve against a Russian invasion
Russia Expels U.S. Diplomats in Tit-for-Tat Move: Official
The decision was taken in response to the expulsion by Washington of Russian diplomats at the UN in New York.
Xi Speaks Out Against 'Conflict' in Call With Biden on Russia
In their first call since November, Biden hoped to persuade Xi to at least give up any idea of bailing out Russia.
Russia Extends Drug Arrest of U.S. Basketball Star Griner – Reports
Griner was detained in Moscow airport earlier this month on charges of carrying vape cartridges that contained cannabis oil in her luggage.
U.S. Authorizes $200M in Additional Military Aid to Ukraine
Biden designated "up to an aggregate value of $200 million in defense articles and services of the Department of Defense, and military education and training...
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