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Trump’s Russian Schizophrenia – Politico
PSA to start van production in Russia – Financial Times
What Is Russia Up To in the Middle East? by Dmitri Trenin – Financial Times
Oil price recovery clouds Opec-Russia cuts plan – Financial Times
Russia warns of ‘apocalyptic scenario’ on Korean Peninsula – CNBC
Google seeks to defuse row with Russia over website rankings – Reuters
Monitor Group Says Russian Air Strikes Kill 53 Civilians In Syria – RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty
Russia: US Wants to Provoke North Korea Into Starting a War – Newsweek
Russia Scooped Up Wrecks Of Its Crashed Naval Fighters Off The Seafloor Near Syria – The Drive
Bond Sanctions Could Have More Impact Than Russia Is Making Out – Bloomberg
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Trump’s Russian Schizophrenia – Politico
Mon, 27 Nov 2017 10:08:12 GMT


Politico
Trump’s Russian Schizophrenia
Politico
The United States should send arms to Ukraine to help in its self-defense against Russian aggression. It should hold Russiaaccountable for its illegal occupation of territory there, and push for international peacekeepers. Russian President 
Year’s end unlikely to bring end to Russia probe in CongressArizona Daily Star
Byron York: What really happened with the GOP platform and RussiaWashington Examinerall 18 news articles »
PSA to start van production in Russia – Financial Times
Mon, 27 Nov 2017 10:23:00 GMT


Financial Times
PSA to start van production in Russia
Financial Times
PSA, the owner of Peugeot and Citroën, will begin making commercial vehicles at its Russian plant next year to capitalise on the booming van market that is being driven by the region’s economic recovery. The company’s plant in Kaluga, about 100 miles …and more »
What Is Russia Up To in the Middle East? by Dmitri Trenin – Financial Times
Mon, 27 Nov 2017 04:01:33 GMT


Financial Times
What Is Russia Up To in the Middle East? by Dmitri Trenin
Financial Times
One of the less examined stories of the past few years is how Vladimir Putin has used the Middle East as the springboard forRussia‘s comeback as a global power. Many will scoff at this, given Russia’s meagre economy, blighted demography and cauldron 
Russia in Syria: ‘Victory’ in war but can Moscow win the peace …BBC Newsall 118 news articles »
Oil price recovery clouds Opec-Russia cuts plan – Financial Times
Mon, 27 Nov 2017 04:01:06 GMT


Financial Times
Oil price recovery clouds Opec-Russia cuts plan
Financial Times
Twelve months after Opec and Russia first cemented an agreement to cut oil supplies, helping to end the worst crude price decline in a generation, they meet in Vienna this week with one overriding goal: finishing the job. Opec kingpin Saudi Arabia and …
OPEC meeting: Cartel poised to announce deal extension despite Russia concernsCNBCall 96 news articles »
Russia warns of ‘apocalyptic scenario’ on Korean Peninsula – CNBC
Mon, 27 Nov 2017 09:04:00 GMT


CNBC
Russia warns of ‘apocalyptic scenario’ on Korean Peninsula
CNBC
Tensions between North Korea and its closest neighbor South Korea appear to be ratcheting up again just as a senior Russianofficial warned of an “apocalyptic scenario” developing on the Korean Peninsula. Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Igor Morgulov …
Russia Suggests North Korea Taking Step Toward DenuclearizationBloomberg
Russian diplomat warns ‘apocalyptic scenario’ on Korean Peninsula possibleTASSall 260 news articles »
Google seeks to defuse row with Russia over website rankings – Reuters
Mon, 27 Nov 2017 10:50:46 GMT


Reuters
Google seeks to defuse row with Russia over website rankings
Reuters
MOSCOW (Reuters) – Google does not change its search algorithm to re-rank individual websites, it said in a letter to Russia’scommunications watchdog, after Moscow expressed concerns the search engine might discriminate against Russian media.and more »
Monitor Group Says Russian Air Strikes Kill 53 Civilians In Syria – RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty
Mon, 27 Nov 2017 01:47:00 GMT


RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty
Monitor Group Says Russian Air Strikes Kill 53 Civilians In Syria
RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty
A monitor group says air strikes by Russian jets killed at least 53 civilians, including 21 children, in a village held by the Islamic State (IS) extremist group in eastern Syria. The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the attack 
Syria: Russian air strikes ‘kill dozens of civilians’ – BBC NewsBBC Newsall 68 news articles »
Russia: US Wants to Provoke North Korea Into Starting a War – Newsweek
Mon, 27 Nov 2017 04:28:00 GMT


Newsweek
Russia: US Wants to Provoke North Korea Into Starting a War
Newsweek
The U.S. is trying to provoke North Korea into starting a war so that it can then strike back, according to a top Russian official.Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Friday other nations in Asia should be wary of the U.S.’ ambitious and and more »
Russia Scooped Up Wrecks Of Its Crashed Naval Fighters Off The Seafloor Near Syria – The Drive
Mon, 27 Nov 2017 00:55:10 GMT


The Drive
Russia Scooped Up Wrecks Of Its Crashed Naval Fighters Off The Seafloor Near Syria
The Drive
Roughly a year ago, two Russian Navy fighters ended crashing into the ocean during recovery operations aboard the carrier Kuznetsov while it was sailing off the coast of Syria. The mishaps occurred during the vessel’s very high profile cruise, which  
Bond Sanctions Could Have More Impact Than Russia Is Making Out – Bloomberg
Mon, 27 Nov 2017 10:10:00 GMT


Bloomberg
Bond Sanctions Could Have More Impact Than Russia Is Making Out
Bloomberg
Officials in Moscow are downplaying the impact of what M&G Ltd has called the nuclear option for U.S. relations with Russia, insisting that there is enough local demand to replace foreigners who currently hold a third of outstanding debt. Investors and more »

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