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Russia and China claim US promotes protests in their countries

While the State Department urges US citizens to avoid unauthorized protests in both China and Russia, both countries have claimed the US promotes protests.

Trump furious at NY Times article on US cyberattacks on Russia

Washington - Last weekend, the New York Times broke a story about US cyberattacks on Russia particularly against their electrical grid. The report suggests the US has placed massive malware across vital Russian systems.

Op-Ed: Relations between the US and Russia becoming much worse

Washington - In spite of Trump's alleged collusion with the Russians during the US election campaign and his avowed aim of achieving better relations with Russia the reality is that relations between the two countries is becoming much worse.

Op-Ed: U.S. Admiral claims new icebreakers should have missiles

Admiral Paul Zukunft, Commander of the U.S. Coast Guard, told a U.S. House sub-committee that the U.S. may need icebreakers with surface-to-air missiles to defend U.S. sovereign resources from Russia and China.

Op-Ed: U.S. downing of Assad aircraft ups tensions with Russia in Syria

Russia has said that it will now consider US warplanes operating in parts of Syria where its forces are also present as "targets" after the U.S. downed a Syrian jet.

Op-Ed: Why the present sanctions on Russia will not work

An article in the Daily Beast by Meghan O'Sullivan argues that the sanctions in place today stand little chance of altering Putin's behavior in the Ukraine.

Op-Ed: Edward Snowden likely has job with Russian equivalent of Facebook

Moscow - Edward Snowden, the American NSA whistleblower will start a new job at a Russian website three months after he was granted temporary asylum in Russia. American authorities wanted him extradited to face charges in the US.

Op-Ed: Russia and US compromise to make deal on Syria

Geneva - Russia agreed to have wording in the deal that meets Kerry's demands that the process start in a week rather than the standard 30 days, while the US does not demand that the resolution be under Chapter 7 of the charter justifying the use of force.

Op-Ed: Russia wants Iran at peace conference on Syria

Moscow - Last week, Russian Foreign Minister, Sergei Lavrov and US Secretary of State John Kerry announced a peace conference on Syria. Lavrov today told Lebanese television that Iran should be invited to attend.

Op-Ed: Russia still opposed to US missile defense plans despite changes

Moscow - Russia maintains that the cancellation of one aspect of the European defense system plan does not change its opposition to the system.
 

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