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2018-01-16
Democrats search for Russians Ч any Russians Ч for collusion story

BY JONATHAN TURLEY
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2018-01-16
The FBI Hand Behind Russia-gate
In the Watergate era, liberals warned about U.S. intelligence agencies manipulating U.S. politics, but now Trump-hatred has blinded many of them to this danger becoming real, as ex-CIA analyst Ray McGovern notes.

By Ray McGovern
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2018-01-16
Lavrov reviews Russia's 2017 foreign policy in annual press Q&A
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2018-01-15
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by Gilbert Doctorow
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2018-01-15
The DemocratsТ СRussian DescentТ
Tactics in the Trump probe are starting to look a lot like McCarthyism.

By Kimberley A. Strassel
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2017-01-15

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2018-01-12
Social Media Madness: the Russia Canard

by NORMAN SOLOMON
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2018-01-12
Four Years of Ukraine and the Myths of Maidan
The history of the Ukrainian crisis, which has made everything it affected worse, is distorted by political myths and American media malpractice.

By Stephen F. Cohen
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2018-01-12
Where Are U.S.-Russia Relations Headed?
Andranik Migranyan shares his thoughts with the National Interest in an exclusive interview.

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2018-01-12
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BY PATRICK ARMSTRONG
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Russia House

2017-08-18

Russia-US cooperation in space must be pragmatic and without sanctions - senior official

Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin believes that cooperation between Russia and the US in space must not be covered by sanctions and must be as pragmatic as possible at the same time.

"We believe that no sanctions or hostile acts should affect space [issues]. It's another matter that we still have to be as pragmatic as possible in relations with Americans. If they want something, we must get something else in return, we must make their wishes dependent on our demands," he said in an interview with the Russia 24 TV channel, elaborating that large space researches must be done by joint efforts of the global community, as they "cost too much."

In this regard, Rogozin stressed, the US creates problems in space cooperation with Russia. "They have blocked the sale of microtechnology equipment for our space tool engineering, they are unfairly fighting with us on the space market and so on. At the same time, they are flying on board our Soyuz spacecraft and delivering their astronauts to the ISS [International Space Station,] as well as flying with our engines," the deputy prime minister noted.

"TASS"