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Moscow and Beijing are priorities of new U.S. administration

Moscow and Beijing are priorities of new U.S. administration

Trump Says He Is Open To Lifting Russia Sanctions, Won't Label China Currency Manipulator "On Day One"

Beijing says US risks large-scale war if it blocks access to disputed islands

Beijing says US risks "large-scale war" if it blocks access to disputed islands

Trump looks poised to thrust Sino-U.S. relations into new and hostile territory

Araghchi: Nuclear deal will not be renegotiated

Araghchi: Nuclear deal will not be renegotiated

Iran's deputy foreign minister says the nuclear deal between the Islamic Republic and world powers "will not be renegotiated" ahead of U.S. President-elect Donald Trump taking office this week, Daily Mail …

China, Russia agree response to Thaad

China, Russia agree response to Thaad

Militarily, Russia and China could deploy more missiles, especially with maneuverable warheads to overwhelm THAAD

Russia invites Trump administration to Syria talks

Russia invites Trump administration to Syria talks

Russia has invited the incoming Trump administration to Syrian peace talks it is sponsoring this month with Turkey and Iran, part of a process from which President Barack Obama's administration has been excluded. U.S. participation, …

Obama extends anti-Russian sanctions

Obama extends anti-Russian sanctions

Outgoing US President Barack Obama ordered to extend for one more year punitive measures against Russia imposed in March, 2014 for its actions in Crimea and Ukraine, APA reports quoting sputniknews. …

Trump#039s actions will speak louder than Obama#039s words

Trump's actions will speak louder than Obama's words

Will message of the new president transform into real results

82% of Americans consider Russia a threat

82% of Americans consider Russia a threat

Americans are more concerned than they were before the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign began about the potential threat Russia poses to the country, Reuters/Ipsos poll released on Friday says. The Jan. 9-12 survey found that 82 percent …

Trump doesn#039t plan to lift anti-Russian sanctions immediately

Trump doesn't plan to lift anti-Russian sanctions immediately

US president-elect Donald Trump says he does not plan to immediately lift sanctions imposed by the Obama administration on Russia. Speaking in a Friday interview with The Wall Street Journal, Trump said he would keep the late December sanctions ...

Europe Preparing For War?

Europe Preparing For War?

Largest US Military Reinforcement In Decades In Europe, More Than 3,000 US Soldiers To Be Stationed In Poland

Turkey-Russia relations will not affect NATO ties

Turkey-Russia relations will not affect NATO ties

Turkish defense minister says NATO should fulfill its commitments to Turkey

James Mattis defends NATO, calls Russia a threat at confirmation hearing

James Mattis defends NATO, calls Russia a threat at confirmation hearing

At his confirmation hearing to become defense secretary Thursday, Retired Gen. James Mattis defended the importance of NATO and called Russia a “principal threat” facing the U.S., CBS reported. Mattis, …

US imposes sanctions on Syrian army, navy, air force, republican guard

US imposes sanctions on Syrian army, navy, air force, republican guard

The United States has imposed sanctions on Syrian military branches and the country’s Republican National Guard, the US Department of the Treasury said on Thursday, Sputnik reports. The Treasury Department's Office …

Uzbekistan: is it perestroika?

Uzbekistan: is it perestroika?

The president-elect requires the region’s value and the strategy towards regional integration

The U.S. Should Back Russia’s Syria Ceasefire

The U.S. Should Back Russia’s Syria Ceasefire

Obama's improvisation strategy in Syria has always used suddenly appeared possibilities

Oil Prices Fall On Concerns Of Rising US Production

Oil Prices Fall On Concerns Of Rising US Production

Most analysts see tighter-than-previously-envisaged balances for 2017

Trump demanded to condemn Russia

Trump demanded to condemn Russia

The unclassified report leaves big looming unanswered questions

Turkish Energy Minister says US hackers attack country’s power network

Turkish Energy Minister says US hackers attack country’s power network

Turkey’s Energy and Natural Resources Minister Berat Albayrak said that the country’s power supply network has been recently subject to intense cyber-attacks, which are supposed to be conducted from the US, TASS …

Russia defeated United States in Syria

Russia defeated United States in Syria

In the process of the Syrian conflict settlement America has lost leadership and turned into observer, Moscow currently has the leading role. "The United States are bitter about the fact that bloodshed in Syria lasts for several …

Donald Trump blasts #039fools#039 who oppose good Russian ties

Donald Trump blasts 'fools' who oppose good Russian ties

US President-elect Donald Trump has posted a series of tweets condemning those who oppose good relations with Russia as "'stupid' people, or fools", BBC writes. Mr Trump vowed to work with Russia …

US intelligence publishes declassified version of report on alleged cyber attacks

US intelligence publishes declassified version of report on alleged cyber attacks

The office of the Director of the US National Intelligence published a declassified version of the report on cyberattacks that had allegedly occurred during the US presidential election campaign in 2016. Washington argues that Russia was behind …

Trump says Democrats are at fault for falling victim to hacking

Trump says Democrats are at fault for falling victim to hacking

Donald Trump is blaming the victim of cyberattacks — the Democratic National Committee — for allowing hackers into its computer systems. Trump tweeted on Friday night: 'Gross negligence by the …

Trump orders Obama-appointed ambassadors to leave posts by inauguration

Trump orders Obama-appointed ambassadors to leave posts by inauguration

Donald Trump's team is demanding politically appointed ambassadors leave their overseas posts by Inauguration Day, The New York Times reports.   The mandate could leave the U.S. without Senate-confirmed …

Trump: it#039s possible Russia didn#039t commit cyber attacks on US

Trump: it's possible Russia didn't commit cyber attacks on US

US President-elect Donald Trump said today that according to information he has, it's possible Russia didn't commit cyber attacks on the US during the election race. "I think it's unfair if we don't …

United States support Russia#039s work in Syria

United States support Russia's work in Syria

According to U.S. deputy ambassador to the UN Michele Sison, Washington welcomes Russian and Turkish work directed at ending the bloodshed in Syria and establishing ceasefire in the country. "The goals are laudable …

Oil is holding at its highest level in one and a half years

Oil is holding at its highest level in one and a half years

Oil prices will gradually rise toward $60 per barrel by the end of 2017

Escalating the risky fight with Russia

Escalating the risky fight with Russia

Time and again, the unhappy country at the receiving end of America’s latest “regime change” project ends up wallowing in pools of blood

Trump: Putin#039s decision to not expel American diplomats is a great move

Trump: Putin's decision to not expel American diplomats is a great move

US President-elect Donald Trump praised Russian President Vladimir Putin's decision to not expel American diplomats, Sputnik reports. "Great move on delay by [Vladimir Putin]," he …

Has The OPEC Rally Gone Too Far?

Has The OPEC Rally Gone Too Far?

Oil prices continue to edge up as 2016 comes to a close, a dramatic turnaround for the industry compared to the start of the year

Why Russia-brokered Syrian ceasefire has chance of succeeding

Why Russia-brokered Syrian ceasefire has chance of succeeding

In the case of Syria peace drive Moscow is at centre of decision making while US is out in the cold