u.s. russia sanctions

U.S. sanctions have already pushed the ruble to 2-year lows.
"It's something that's under consideration," she said on Friday about arming the Ukraine government. Rice added, though, that
WASHINGTON, Sept 11 (Reuters) - President Barack Obama said on Thursday the United States will join the European Union in
But NATO and the United States said they saw no signs of a withdrawal. Russia's state-run news agency RIA, citing the defense
“We’ve got to strengthen the capacity of the Ukrainians to defend themselves, and convince Putin that this is something he
WASHINGTON, April 25 (Reuters) - President Barack Obama and four key European allies agreed on Friday that Russia failed
"As President Obama reiterated earlier today, we are ready to act," Kerry said on Thursday. Several sources said that the
Russian President Vladimir Putin quashed the possibility that Russia would annex Alaska while on a question-and-answer call-in show Thursday, adding that the former Russian colony is cold, too.
Russian President Vladimir Putin quashed the possibility that Russia would annex Alaska while on a question-and-answer call
The concert promoter said U.S. officials had indicated at the weekend that the sanctions would not prevent the concerts going
Given Russia's use of natural gas exports to bully Ukraine and Western Europe in the current crisis, sanctions should be expanded to include companies working in Russia's oil and gas export sector.
MOSCOW, March 21 (Reuters) - President Vladimir Putin said on Friday Russia should for the time being refrain from imposing
"Treating our country in such way, as Washington could have already ascertained, is inappropriate and counterproductive,” the
WASHINGTON, March 18 (Reuters) - The Obama administration on Tuesday vowed to take further action against those supporting
One particularly juicy response came from adviser to Russian President Vladimir Putin and spinmeister Vladislav Surkov, known
"We have frequently explained to the Americans ... why unilateral sanctions do not fit the standards of civilised relations