Jelani Cobb on the Obama Administration’s sanctions against Russia for interfering in the U.S. Presidential election and Vladimir Putin’s response.
Obama’s secret struggle to punish Russia for Putin’s election assault The White House debated various options to punish Russia, but facing obstacles and potential risks, it ultimately failed
But Putin’s propaganda campaign also bespeaks of certain desperation. The Russian economy is in free fall, buffeted by both falling oil prices and Western sanctions.
But Putin’s propaganda campaign also bespeaks of certain desperation. The Russian economy is in free fall, buffeted by both falling oil prices and Western sanctions. Fuel shortages and the resulting disruption of deliveries of key commodities pose a particular challenge to the Kremlin.
Michael McFaul was an academic expert in Russian studies when President Barack Obama tapped him to become the White House’s point man on Russia in 2009. Vladimir Putin accused the U.S. of
Obama Administration Sanctions a Challenge to Putin and Trump by Perry Bacon Jr. / Dec.29.2016 / 10:20 PM GMT President Barack Obama meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Enniskillen
Feb 19, 2017 · Before joining Trump’s team, Flynn appeared on Putin’s propaganda network Russia Today and was even seated next to Putin at a Moscow party celebrating the channel. Advertisement
The outgoing US administration is poised to hit Russia with further sanctions before Barack Obama leaves office next month, in response to allegations of Russian hacking and interference in the US
Dec 29, 2016 · Video ansehen · Obama sanctions Russian officials over election hacking. Responding to evidence that Russia hacked Democratic Party officials during this year’s presidential election, the Obama administration
Dec 29, 2016 · Still, the sanctions go well beyond the modest sanctions imposed against North Korea for its attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment two years …