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US blames failures on others, builds policy on rumors
US falsehoods Russia allegedly paid the Taiban for killing US soldiers are evidence of Washington’s invariable attempts to blame its own failures on other actors, Russia’s Security Council …
US embassy in Moscow to cut consular staff by 75%
The US Embassy in Russia will reduce consular staff by 75% amid the ban on hiring foreign nationals, the diplomatic mission said on its website on Friday.
"We regret that the actions of the Russian …
US Secretary of State Blinken to visit Ukraine next week
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has told CBS that he will travel to Ukraine next week.
"Secretary of State Blinken tells CBS News he will travel to Ukraine next week amid rising tensions with …
US does not seek escalation with Russia, but their actions have consequences
The United States does not seek to escalate tensions with Russia, but Moscow's actions will have consequences. This is according to the speech by US President Joe Biden. The White House published the …
Battle of the police continues in US
Last week former Minneapolis Police Officer Derrek Chauvin was convicted of murdering George Floyd. At about the same time as the verdict was being read, in Columbus Ohio 16 year old Ma'Khia Bryant …
US ambassador to Russia John Sullivan arrives in Washington
US Ambassador to Russia John J. Sullivan arrived in Washington from Moscow on Thursday following a recommendation from the Russian side to travel to the United States for consultations.
US ambassador leaves Moscow for Washington
US Ambassador to Russia John J. Sullivan has departed from Sheremetyevo Airport on a London-bound flight from Moscow and will head to Washington on a connecting flight from the British capital, an …
US envoy to Russia refuses to go to Washington for consultations
US Ambassador to Russia John Sullivan is not planning to leave the country despite Moscow’s advice to go back to Washington for consultations, the Axios portal reported citing its …
How to protect American democracy?
Is American democracy worthy of protection if the White House seriously believes Russia may damage it?
The issue is neither new or rhetorical, as April 15 witnessed US President Joe Biden sign a …
Biden in his speech tried to soften rhetoric towards Russia
US President Joe Biden tried to soften the rhetoric towards Russia by his speech but Moscow should not be misled by such statements and should take measures in response, First Deputy Chairman of the …