Andrey Suzdaltsev

Trump to toughen sanctions against Russia

US President Donald Trump will sign a law on the imposition of sanctions against Russia soon, US Vice President Mike Pence said during a visit in Tbilisi. He said that the sanctions will be revoked only …

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US sanctions may be followed by EU sanctions

Berlin proposed to expand sanctions against Moscow because of turbines delivered by German concern Siemens to Crimea, diplomatic sources said. German authorities also proposed an initiative to add three or four Russian citizens, as well …

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Russians become more patriotic

A solid majority of Russians - 89%, which is the highest on record - have no wish to leave their native country and move abroad, the All-Russia Public Opinion Research Center said in a statement. According to the survey’s …

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Kissinger: Russia and US to act together

Moscow and Washington have every opportunity to make significant progress towards improving not only their relations but improving situations around the world, former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger said at the …

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Trump preparing big meeting with Putin

US President Donald Trump is eager to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin when the two are in Germany for a multinational summit next month. Trump and some others within his administration have been …

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US sanctions against Russia to last forever

Senior senators in both parties on Monday night reached a bipartisan deal to add new sanctions on Russia and allow Congress to disapprove of any attempt by President Donald Trump to ease penalties on Moscow, U.S. Senator Bob …

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Will United Nations be reformed?

The global community needs to reform the United Nations in order to make it more effective, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres said at the opening ceremony of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum. "It …

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 Will Ukraine abandon railway traffic with Russia?

The Ukrainian authorities are preparing to cut off railway passenger traffic with Russia in early July, a source close to Kiev officials said. "Ukraine is preparing to halt rail passenger traffic with Russia starting around July …

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Is West preparing new sanctions attack on Russia?

Britain is pushing western nations to impose new sanctions on Russia if it fails to cut ties with Syrian President Bashar Assad as the conflict over Syria escalates, the Times newspaper reported. British Foreign …

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Obama says goodbye to America

After eight years in the top job, US President Barack Obama gave his farewell speech as the country's leader on Tuesday night in Chicago. "By almost every measure, America is a better, stronger …

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Donald Trump officially US President-elect

Donald Trump racked up the 270 electoral votes needed to become US President. As of now, Trump has 304 of the 306 pledged electoral votes, as two faithless electors defected and cast their ballots for former …

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Will Trump recognize Crimea?

Foreign-policy adviser to US president-elect Donald Trump, Carter Page, said that the new US leadership would be able to take advantage of new possibilities to overcome misinformation in decision-making on …

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 European Parliament proposes NATO without US

The European Parliament backed an EU plan to deepen coordination of member states' defense policies and rely less on the United States, driven in part by US. President-elect Donald Trump's suggestion he may scale back …

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Can Trump's victory be considered victory for Russia?

Republican candidate, billionaire Donald Trump's victory in the 58th US presidential election is rather positive for Russia, but it will not bring it instant dividends, Russian experts told Vestnik Kavkaza, commenting on the US election …

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