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  • Russia and Greece consider collaborating to circumvent Western sanctions

    Russia and Greece consider collaborating to circumvent Western sanctions
    As Russia and Greece each endure strained relations with the rest of Europe, their leaders have been pondering how they might collaborate to sidestep their Western neighbors' sanctions and censure. With his Balkan nation on the brink of economic...
  • Putin criticizes US but offers to cooperate on global crises

    Despite the showdown with the West over Ukraine, Moscow wants to cooperate with Washington and its allies in dealing with the threat posed by the Islamic State group and other global challenges, President Vladimir Putin said Friday as he tried to allay...
  • Greek leader tells Russia he seeks 'new harbors' from European storm

    Greek leader tells Russia he seeks 'new harbors' from European storm
    With his Balkan nation on the brink of economic collapse, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras told a Russian economic forum on Friday that he was in search of "new harbors" from the storm of criticism and crippling austerity measures imposed on Greece...
  • Russian opposition activist attacked on campaign trip

    A Russian activist who works with opposition leader Alexei Navalny has been hospitalized after being attacked while on a campaign trip in Russia's far east. Navalny posted a photograph on his website that appears to show Dmitry Taralov lying on the...
  • Reagan provides blueprint to deal with Russia

    Reagan provides blueprint to deal with Russia
    During the Reagan administration, the Soviet Union was considered to be a big threat to the United States and the world. President Reagan called the Soviets "an evil empire" and initiated enormous defense spending to fight an arms race with the Soviets....
  • Putin: Russian pipeline project to help Greece pay its debt

    Russian President Vladimir Putin said after Friday's talks with Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras that a prospective Russian natural gas pipeline should help Greece service its debt, but the Kremlin said the question of direct Russian financial aid to...
  • For many in Greece, the economic crisis takes a major toll: their homes

    Michael Samolis is cleanshaven, wears sensible shorts and radiates a whiff of cologne. He once took classes at Columbia University and at a technical institute in New York, and he ran a successful trucking business in his native Greece. But as the 58-...
  • Putin criticizes US but offers to cooperate on global crises

     Putin criticizes US but offers to cooperate on global crises
    Russia isn't seeking dominance or superpower status, but wants its interests to be respected by the United States and its Western allies, President Vladimir Putin said Friday as he sought to assuage investors spooked by Russia's recession and a showdown...
  • Playing into Putin's palm

    Playing into Putin's palm
    In “Putin, once critical of Stalin, now embraces Soviet dictator's tactics," Tribune reporter Carol J. Williams writes that the secret protocols of the Molotov-Ribbentrop pact on Aug. 23, 1939, “doomed Poland to a Nazi occupation a week later,...
  • Russian lawmakers approve early parliamentary vote in 2016

    Lawmakers in Russia's Kremlin-controlled parliament on Friday gave tentative approval to a bill that would move up next year's parliamentary election by three months, a tactic seen by critics as an attempt to weaken the opposition. The lower house...
  • US official: Russian bombers threaten commercial air safety

    Russia's increasingly aggressive military flights near European airspace pose a risk to commercial air safety in the region's crowded skies, the commander of the U.S. Air Force Global Strike Command said Friday. The past year has seen a marked increase...