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Biden Declares National Emergency: U.S. and NATO Brand Russia an International Pariah

GlobalResearch 16 Apr 2021
and its “allies and partners” in every part of the world as Biden would have us believe Russia does in “constituting an unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security, foreign policy, and economy of the United States.” Washington hastily declared war against Japan eighty years ago.
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US Rationale Behind New Russia Sanctions 'Shockingly Shallow' - Think Tank

Urdu Point 16 Apr 2021
He also said that there is no "imaginable rational goal coming out of Washington's foreign policy circles regarding Russia." ... The Russian Foreign Ministry said the US government's actions are contrary to its declared intention to build pragmatic relations with Russia.
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RPT - US Rationale Behind New Russia Sanctions 'Shockingly Shallow' - Think Tank

Urdu Point 16 Apr 2021
He also said that there is no "imaginable rational goal coming out of Washington's foreign policy circles regarding Russia." ... The Russian Foreign Ministry said the US government's actions are contrary to its declared intention to build pragmatic relations with Russia.
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US Further Punishes Russia for Cyberattacks, Election Meddling

Beijing News 16 Apr 2021
In a letter to Congress, the president informed lawmakers he had issued an executive order "declaring a national emergency with respect to the unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security, foreign policy, and economy of the United States" posed by specified harmful foreign activities of Russia's government.
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Treasury Sanctions Russia with Sweeping New Sanctions Authority -- Rachel's Top Story Tonight

Democratic Underground 16 Apr 2021
authorizes sanctions to counter Russia’s harmful foreign activities that threaten the national security and foreign policy of the United States, including. ... fostering and using transnational corruption to influence foreign governments; pursuing extraterritorial activities targeting dissidents or journalists;.
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September 11, 2021

Hamodia 16 Apr 2021
forces entered Afghanistan, according to Foreign Policy magazine ... On the other hand, as implacable as the Taliban are (in this respect unhappily comparable to the North Vietnamese), as South Asia expert Michael Kugelman writing in Foreign Policy this week, pointed out.
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Hanson: Biden seems determined to upset the peace he inherited

The Mercury News 16 Apr 2021
enemies Iran and North Korea — and keep China and Russia from absorbing their neighbors? ... The Trump administration flooded the world with cheap oil to Russia’s chagrin ... For a half-century, American foreign policy sought to ensure that Russia was no closer to China than either was to the United States.
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US poised to impose sanctions on Russia for cyber-attacks

Business Ghana 16 Apr 2021
The US government is set to issue a wide range of sanctions against Russia, according to reports ... The measures are coming at a tense time for US-Russia relations ... In his first foreign policy speech in February, Mr Biden made it clear he planned to stand up to Russia, pledging to hold it to account for alleged cyber-attacks and election interference.
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VICTOR DAVIS HANSON: All the wrong moves

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 16 Apr 2021
enemies Iran and North Korea, and keep China and Russia from absorbing their neighbors? ... The Trump administration flooded the world with cheap oil, to Russia's chagrin ... For a half-century, American foreign policy sought to ensure that Russia was no closer to China than either was to the United States.
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Press Briefing by Press Secretary Jen Psaki, April 15, 2021

The White House 16 Apr 2021
... in Afghanistan.  What level does the administration look at those, you know, hostages, I guess, as they think through broader foreign policy decisions?  Do you have a team working on that?  Did that play any role in any — either of these decisions? .
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Biden administration sanctions Russia over election interference, Crimea

Politico 15 Apr 2021
foreign policy Biden administration sanctions Russia over election interference, Crimea ... Russian President Vladimir Putin visits the Coordination Center of the Russian Government in Moscow, Russia ... White House, Russia, Joe Biden, Joe Biden 2020, Foreign Policy.
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Six key takeaways from Biden's Russia sanctions announcement

CNN 15 Apr 2021
He and his top officials downplayed Russia's meddling in the 2020 election, arguing China was a bigger threat -- a claim contradicted by last month's intelligence community report on 2020 foreign election interference ... Foreign policy -- and Russia -- will keep Biden's attention.
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US imposes sanctions on Russia over cyber-attacks

RNZ 15 Apr 2021
The measures, which target dozens of Russian entities and officials, aim to deter "Russia's harmful foreign activities", the White House said ... It specifically blames the Russia's ... In his first foreign policy speech in February, Biden made it clear he planned to stand up to Russia.
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Why Russia may not be planning invasion Ukraine fears

BBC News 15 Apr 2021
... Sea and Russia's foreign ministry warning them off "for their own good" ... to show that it can inflict cost on those trying to inflict costs on Russia, even if that is reckless and may result in harsher sanctions," argues foreign policy analyst Mikhail Troitskiy.
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US expels 10 Russian diplomats, imposes sanctions for hacking

Las Vegas Review-Journal 15 Apr 2021
In this photo released by the Russian Foreign Ministry Press Service, Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova speaks during the briefing about foreign policy in Moscow, Russia, Thursday, April 15, 2021 ... They are the administration’s second major foreign policy ...
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