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Russia says US accusations over nuclear treaty 'unfounded'

Jul 31, 2014

Russia says US accusations over nuclear treaty 'unfounded'

Russia on Wednesday dismissed Washington's accusations that it has violated the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Treaty as "unfounded", and said it had its own complaints against the United States over the treaty. #Russia #Nato #European Union #Cold War #Ukraine #Intermediate-Range Nuclear Treaty
'Not a new Cold War,' says Obama after slapping sanctions on Russia

Jul 30, 2014

'Not a new Cold War,' says Obama after slapping sanctions on Russia

The United States and the European Union, in a carefully coordinated action, announced targeted new sanctions against Russian banks, energy and defense firms. #World #Barack Obama #US #Russia #European Union #Cold War #TheySaidIt #Vladimir Putin #Ceasefire #Sanctions #Ukraine #Crimea #Pro-Russian rebels #Crimean crisis #arms embargo #2014 Ukraine crisis
Putin calls Obama, discusses US diplomatic proposal for Ukraine

Mar 29, 2014

Putin calls Obama, discusses US diplomatic proposal for Ukraine

RIYADH (Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin called U.S. President Barack Obama on Friday to discuss a U.S. diplomatic proposal for Ukraine, the White House said, adding that Obama told him that Russia must pull back its troops and not move deeper into Ukraine #facebook #Obama #India #China #Barack Obama #Syria #France #Middle East #NewsTracker #Russia #Cold War #Vladimir Putin #United Kingdom #Latin America #Mexico #Ukraine #russian #US-Russia ties #Crimea
Crimea referendum: 97 percent choose to leave Ukraine

Mar 17, 2014

Crimea referendum: 97 percent choose to leave Ukraine

The referendum was widely condemned by Western leaders who were planning to discuss economic sanctions to punish Russia on Monday. #India #China #Barack Obama #Syria #NewsTracker #Russia #Cold War #Vladimir Putin #Ukraine #US-Russia ties #Crimea
Ukraine crisis: Eastern Europe's question to Russia: Who's next?

Mar 14, 2014

Ukraine crisis: Eastern Europe's question to Russia: Who's next?

Russia, seemingly able to thumb its nose at Western powers at will, may seek more opportunities for incursions in its former imperial backyard. The question many people are asking is: Who's next? #World #US #diplomacy #NewsTracker #Russia #Nato #Cold War #EU #Vladimir Putin #Ukraine #Romania #Estonia #Moldova #Czechoslovakia #Lithuania #Latvia #Ukraine crisis #Crimea #Eastern Europe #Baltic nations

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Ukraine crisis: Eastern Europe's question to Russia: Who's next?

Aug 20, 2014

Russia Closes Four McDonald's in Moscow

Russia temporarily closed four McDonald's restaurants in Moscow, citing sanitary violations, amid the country's most-serious confrontation with the West since the Cold War...
Ukraine crisis: Eastern Europe's question to Russia: Who's next?

Aug 18, 2014

Moscow Exhibition Explores The Post-Cold-War Era's Impact On Art

The ‘90s marked a tumultuous time — globalization started to spread, the Cold War and communism ended, the Internet started to become commonplace, and the fear of terrorism was a major concern. The New International, an exhibition at Moscow’s Garage ...
Ukraine crisis: Eastern Europe's question to Russia: Who's next?

Aug 08, 2014

Russian teen girl hockey player snaps stick on American rival's head during game

Looks like the Cold War has hit ice. A Russian teenager brought her nation’s frosty relationship with the U.S. to a hockey game when she snapped her stick on an American rival’s skull...