From Israel to Turkey, Libya to Iraq, Moscow expands its influence in attempt to pose alternative to U.S. With Trump in White House, nothing seems to stand in Putin's way.
Nature of communications unclear. U.S. official tells NYT some of Paul Manafort's contacts in Russia and Ukraine are under NSA surveillance.
The narcissistic 45th president won't turn the other cheek if Israelis start to attack him personally, unlike Obama who, despite the Israeli right's animosity, still offered powerful foreign aid and strategic cooperation.
Blogger Alexander Lapshin was arrested after visiting the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh territory; Azerbaijan is seeking extradition.
Russian lawyer Anatoly Kucherena said Snowden could soon apply for Russian citizenship.
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America's outgoing vice president says Russia's purpose is to 'collapse the liberal international order' and 'return to a politics defined by spheres of influence.'
Putin: Obama Administration Trying to Undermine Trump, Those Behind Dossier 'Worse Than Prostitutes'
The Russian president accuses those behind the leaked information of wanting to 'stage a Maidan in Washington' and undermine the president-elect's legitimacy.
'We expect the new administration to accept this invitation,' says Russian foreign minister, adding that cooperation on issues like fight against terror would follow.
Ukrainian Foreign Ministry accused Russia of 'acts of terrorism and discrimination in the course of its unlawful aggression' in the filing to the International Court of Justice.