Vladimir Putin

Russia Sends Putin Opponent Alexei Navalny To Penal Colony For 18-month Sentence

Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny has been transferred to a penal colony where he will serve more than two years, the head of Russia's prison service said on Friday. Russian President Vladimir Putin's most prominent opponent was this month sentenced to...
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Russia Threatens Aggressive Response To Eu Sanctions

The European Union and the United States say they'll impose new sanctions on Russia. Vladimir Putin's regime isn't sitting silent. washingtonexaminer.com/blogs/beltway-confidential
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Dream On Putin: 5 U.s. Weapons Russia Would Love To Get Its Hands On

Robert Farley Security, Eurasia All the same, there’s every reason to believe that the Russians understand their military deficiencies, and are working hard to remedy the problems. Here's What You Need to Remember: Although Russia has begun to...
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Putin Signs Laws Imposing Fines For 'foreign Agent' Law Violations, Protest-related Offenses

Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed into law bills that impose fines for violating a controversial law on "foreign agents" as well as other legislation relating to protests, such as the financing of rallies and disobedience of law...
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Putin: Information Campaign Exists Abroad To Undermine Russia's Achievements In Medicine

Since Russia registered the world's first COVID vaccine in August 2020, the West has repeatedly tried to spread disinformation about the vaccine.
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Biden Readies His First Major Sanctions On Russia For Navalny Crackdown

Biden Readies His First Major Sanctions On Russia For Navalny Crackdown Early this month cities across Russia were hit by large, well organized and closely reported mass demonstrations in support of jailed Kremlin critic and anti-Putin...
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Putin Renews His Fear Of Nato

In his first meeting with NATO allies, Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin asserted that Russia is a threat that will be held to account for its "reckless and aggressive actions." washingtonexaminer.com/blogs/beltway-confidential
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Mexico Receives First Shipment Of Russian Vaccine To Fight Covid-19

Mexico received its first batch of Russia’s COVID-19 Sputnik V vaccine, with 200 thousand doses arriving late Monday night.  Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard Casaubón expressed gratitude to Russian President Vladimir Putin after...
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Giving Europe A Pass On Nord Stream 2 Is Another Putin Victory

Debra Cagan, Andras Simonyi Russia, Eastern Europe Energy is used by Russia as a political weapon to gouge, dissuade, and suppress countries and populations from their own aspirations. With Nord Stream 2, that will include much of Europe. The...
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In Challenge To U.s., Putin’s Eurasian Union Seeks To Incorporate Iran

Belgrade (Special to Informed Comment) – Iran is hoping to join Russia-dominated Eurasian Union by the end of February. The Islamic Republic could also soon get a new rail connection with the Russian Federation, and such an action would...
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Netanyahu Thanks Putin For Assisting In Returning Israeli Citizen From Syria

TEL AVIV (Sputnik) – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that he had thanked Russian President Vladimir Putin for the assistance in returning an Israeli citizen from Syria.
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Insult: Biden First President In 40 Years Not To Contact Israel’s Leaders Upon Taking Office

My latest in PJ Media: He called Xi. He called Putin. But three weeks into his presidency, Old Joe has pointedly refrained from calling the head of the government of our most reliable ally in the Middle East, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin...
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India, Russia Discuss Afghanistan Among Other Issues Ahead Of President Putin's Visit To New Delhi

Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, India and Russia have sustained the momentum of the Special and Privileged Strategic Partnership between the two countries. The two countries lined up a series of high level visits including those of an armed forces...
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Putin Reportedly "interested" In Elon Musk's Proposal For The Two Men To Speak

Putin Reportedly "Interested" In Elon Musk's Proposal For The Two Men To Speak On Sunday, we were among the first to note that Elon Musk had reached out to Vladimir Putin and asked for a "conversation" - ostensibly about bringing his...

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Kremlin Spokesman Says Putin Open To Interviewing With Elon Musk On Clubhouse: ‘a Very...

Ramil Sitdikov/Getty Images Russian President Vladimir Putin is open to doing a Clubhouse interview with Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk, a Kremlin spokesman said Monday. “We want to figure it out first. President Putin does not personally use...
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'will Check It First': Putin’s Spokesman Responds To Elon Musk's 'clubhouse Invitation'

Having inquired whether the Kremlin would like to join him for a chat on Clubhouse, Musk added that it would be an honour for him to engage in such a conversation.
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Russia’s Putin Accuses West Of Sparking Protests As Russian Media Broadcast Fake Rallies

Russian President Vladimir Putin accused Western powers Sunday of using jailed opposition figure Alexey Navalny to try to “contain” Russia, saying Russia’s recent “numerous successes,” including the development of the Sputnik V coronavirus...
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Russia "ready" To Cut Eu Ties If Bloc Moves On putin Inner Circle sanctions 

Russia "Ready" To Cut EU Ties If Bloc Moves On Putin Inner Circle Sanctions  The arrest and recent prison sentencing of anti-Kremlin activist Alexei Navalny continues to drive a wedge between Russia and Western Europe, following...
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Biden's Delay On Navalny Fuels Russian Escalation In Ukraine

Vladimir Putin is escalating his destabilization campaign in eastern Ukraine, likely motivated by President Biden's hesitation in countering Russian aggression. washingtonexaminer.com/blogs/beltway-confidential
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Great Reset? Putin Says, "not So Fast"

Great Reset? Putin Says, "Not So Fast" Authored by Tom Luongo via Gold, Goats, 'n Guns blog, Did you happen to catch the most important political speech of the last six years? It would have been easy to miss given everything going...

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