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U.S. President Barack Obama and Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy made today in a telephone conversation that caused the crisis of Russian military intervention in Ukrainian Crimea , in the White House . " Both leaders
But Deputy Prime Minister Jan Bjorklund recently hinted that the Russian intervention in the Crimea could lead to Sweden joining as a full member so it can benefit from the wider protections offered. He said the ex-Soviet Baltic states were now
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An official of Russia's state atomic energy agency is to visit Iran on Tuesday for talks on building a second nuclear power plant, Iranian media reported. Russia built Iran's sole existing nuclear power plant in the Gulf port of Bushehr and handed it
Along the road that stretches east from the regional capital of Donetsk toward Ukraine's border with Russia, crumbling Soviet apartment complexes quickly give way to shabby villages of squat houses with aluminum-sheet roofs and shuttered windows.
The rallying cry at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference here last week was that President Obama had failed to show strength on foreign policy, but a new CNN poll found that even among Republicans, few support U.S. military involvement
Baz Ratner See Also Hayes wrote in a statement to Business Insider. " Cyber-attacks will continue to be largely silent but potentially devastating during this conflict and could prove to be more decisive than trade sanctions or armed maneuvers."
Violence erupted Sunday when a small group of Ukrainians were celebrating the 200th anniversary of the birth of Ukrainian painter and poet Taras Shevchenko. They were attacked by a group of pro-Russian Ukrainians, according to a report in <
David Cameron has said Russia could face targeted sanctions "within days" if it does not respond to concerns over its incursion into Crimea. He announced that EU representatives would meet in London on Tuesday to discuss measures including travel
Breaking news update at 12:31 p.m...Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is "increasingly alarmed" by the crisis in Ukraine, he said in a statement issued Monday. "I urge all sides to refrain from hasty actions and provocative rhetoric," he added. [Previous