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USA Strikes Iran Again


As you probably know, a couple of weeks ago, the United States imposed a new round of sanctions on Iran. International experts say that the package includes 700 new points, including an embargo on the import of crude oil from Iran. It's interesting to note that the sanctions will touch upon some other states as well. Some temporary exception are said to have been maid for 8 partners of the USA.
Publication date: 29 November 12:04 PM

Kremlin Goes Hysterical on Failed Expectations Related to Trump

According to a famous Russian political scientist and observer Andrey Piotrovskiy, the Kremlin’s reaction to Donald Trump’s recent unexpected moves is more like hysteria. To be more specific, after a short pause, Russia has become hostile to the USA once again.  
 
Publication date: 01 March 07:41 AM

Putin Gets a Psychological Dossier on Trump

They say that during the preparation for the first meeting between Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump, the former got a psychological dossier on the latter. They say getting ready for this kind of meeting and talks is common practice, but a dossier is something extraordinary.  
 
Publication date: 01 March 07:23 AM

Trump Turns His Back On Russia

As soon as the results of the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election were made public, the entire world has been focused on the extraordinary personality of the 45th President of the United States of America. Even during Donald Trump’s inauguration, there were lots of protests in many cities across the United States and even all around the world. The world now seems to be split in half – those who support Donald Trump and those who hate him and want him out of the White House.

Publication date: 27 February 01:50 PM

USA Expects Russia to Stick to Obligations, Rex Tillerson Says

After the meeting with Sergey Lavrov, Rex Tillerson, the United States Secretary of State, commented on the results of the meetings by saying that the USA expects Russia to fulfil the obligations made when signing the Minsk Protocol aimed at stopping the way in Donbass, Ukraine.
 
Publication date: 24 February 05:11 AM

Trump’s Statements on Crimea Shocked Moscow

One of the key political news of the last few weeks is an unexpected turn in President Trump's rhetoric. He says that the USA is not going to cancel the anti-Russian sanctions unless Russia gives the Crimea back to Ukraine and starts deescalating the conflict in Donbass. This statement seems to be the opposite one to those he made previously when saying he wanted to make friends with Putting if possible. This statement was made by Sean Spicer, the White House Press Secretary and Communications Director for U.S. President Donald Trump.

Publication date: 24 February 02:10 AM

USA's Ultimatum to NATO: Spend More on Defense

The USA doesn’t seem to want to quit the NATO. However, they are fed up with financing the lion’s share of the alliance.
 
The Pentagon’s ultimatum to the rest of the NATO says:  Either you start spending more money on defense or we start reconsidering our participation in the alliance.
Publication date: 21 February 04:21 AM

Russia Captured the Crimea Because of Obama's Indecisiveness, Trump Says

Donald Trump keeps on making Russia unpleasantly surprised. If a couple of months ago they used to welcome Trump’s victory and hope to make friends with the USA, now they start thinking that maybe Hillary Clinton could have become a better option for Russia as the U.S. President.

 

 
Publication date: 21 February 03:35 AM

Fed Chair Janet Yellen Says Delaying Interest Rate Hikes Is Unwise

According to the Chair of the Federal Reserve, it would be unwise to keep on delaying interest rate hikes. The other day, Janet Yellen told the Board of Directors of the Federal Reserve that they might consider another interest rate hike during the forthcoming FOMC meeting.
 
Publication date: 20 February 08:25 AM

The Guardian Questions Relations Between Trump and Putin

According to a number of political observers, including those working for The Guardian, the relation between the USA and Russia has been begging many questions ever since Donald Trump moved to the White House.

 

 
Publication date: 20 February 02:21 AM

New Secretary of the Treasury Says No to Canceling Sanctions against Russia

Even despite the fact that Donald trump unexpectedly become the 45th President of the United States, and he seems to be more loyal to Russia than any U.S. leader over the last couple of decades, Russia has still been failing to find a common language with the USA.
 

 

Donald Trump started his presidency with unpopular decisions. Some of his policies are not welcomed by politicians from both parties, not to mention mass media, secret services and millions of U.S. citizens. Maybe Putin was hoping that Trump would start helping Russia implementing its imperial ambitions despite the public discontent in the USA. But those hopes now seem to be broken. The sanctions will stay effective until Russia gives the Crimea back to Ukraine. That’s the standpoint put forward by Trump’s administration.
Publication date: 19 February 09:03 PM
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