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Tucker Carlson wonders why US elites hate Putin

Tucker Carlson, a popular Fox News host who often questions Washington’s rationale for confronting Russia, has doubled down on his ‘why should I care’ position regarding Ukraine. US President Joe Biden’s effort to punish his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, and his government for their latest moves against the Eastern European …

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Putin responds to imperialism accusations

Russian President Vladimir Putin has dismissed the accusation that he is plotting to restore his country to the borders of the Russian Empire, insisting that Moscow recognizes the independence of post-Soviet states. In an exchange held with his Azerbaijani counterpart Ilham Aliyev on Tuesday, Putin assured that, while he had …

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White House comments on possibility of Biden-Putin summit

Washington has nixed nascent plans for a meeting between Presidents Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin because of Russia’s recognition of Ukraine’s breakaway republics, White House press secretary Jen Psaki has said. She added that the Biden administration still hopes for a diplomatic solution to the crisis. “We’re never going to …

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Trump praises Putin

Former President Donald Trump has praised Russia’s Vladimir Putin for his strategy in eastern Ukraine, arguing that the Russian leader outmaneuvered Joe Biden by declaring the breakaway republics of Donetsk (DPR) and Lugansk (LPR) to be sovereign states. “I went in yesterday, and there was a television screen, and I …

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Putin comments on how far Russian troops could go amid Ukraine crisis

The extent of the Russian military’s action in the breakaway eastern Ukrainian republics of Donetsk and Lugansk hinges on the developing situation on the ground, President Vladimir Putin told reporters on Tuesday, after the country’s Senate granted him the right to deploy troops abroad. Speaking to the media minutes after …

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Russian parliament grants Putin right to use military abroad

The upper house of Russia’s parliament has granted permission for the country’s military to be deployed abroad, following a request on Tuesday from President Vladimir Putin. The authorization grants Putin the right to use Russian forces abroad “in accordance with the principles and norms of international law,” the Senate’s resolution, …

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Putin comments on borders of Donbass republics

Moscow has recognized the Donbass republics of Donetsk and Lugansk in the borders they had as regions of Ukraine, Russian President Vladimir Putin told reporters at a press conference at the Kremlin on Monday. “We have recognized them, which means that we recognize their basic documents, including their constitutions. Those constitutions …

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EU reacts to Putin’s Donbass move

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has warned that the EU will “react with unity” to Russian President Vladimir Putin’s recognition of the breakaway Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics. Von der Leyen accused the Kremlin of violating the Minsk accords, an accusation Moscow has previously leveled at Ukraine. “The …

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Putin orders Russian military to Donbass Republics as peacekeepers

President Vladimir Putin has ordered the Russian military to “secure the peace” in the newly recognized Donetsk and Lugansk republics, which were formerly considered to be part of Ukraine. Moscow officially recognized the independence of the two breakaway regions on Monday. Putin has instructed the Defense Ministry to send peacekeepers …

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Putin signs ‘immediate’ recognition of Donbass regions

Russian President Vladimir Putin has announced that Moscow has recognized the two self-declared breakaway Donbass republics in Ukraine’s east as sovereign nations, as a military standoff across the contact line continues to escalate. Speaking as part of a televised address to the nation on Monday evening, Putin signed the decree, saying that …

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