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Apr 04 2022
BUDAPEST, Hungary — Viktor Orbán claimed victory in Hungary’s general election on Sunday, as his Fidesz party appears on track to deliver the prime minister a fourth consecutive term amid a raging war in neighboring Ukraine.
“We won a victory so big that you can see it from the moon, and you can certainly see it from Brussels,” Orbán said in a speech in front of the Danube river onNBC News (Online)
Mar 05 2018
Just hours after President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia boasted last week about producing “invincible” new nuclear arms designed to evade American missile defenses, President Trump’s nominee to command the nation’s military cyberunits was being grilled at a Senate confirmation hearing about another vexing Russian threat.New York Times (News)
Dec 18 2016
President Obama’s admission Friday that he asked Vladimir Putin in September to halt Russia’s cyber attacks prompted a rebuke by Sen. Lindsey Graham, South Carolina Republican, who said the comment shows how “weak” the outgoing executive’s handling of the Kremlin has been.Washington Times
Jun 18 2021
The Republican Party has turned to another page in the authoritarian playbook as it whitewashes the history of Donald Trump's presidency.
It's as if the fawning over Vladimir Putin never happened. Or Trump's assurance that Covid-19 would simply "go away" never passed his lips. Trump's acolytes have, meanwhile, rebranded the worst assault in American democracy in modern times into aCNN (Online News)
Feb 17 2022
President Joe Biden told reporters on Thursday he has “every indication” Russia will “attack Ukraine” in the near future, echoing warnings from his secretary of state, Antony Blinken, and NATO officials that follow no significant activity of this kind on Wednesday.
Politico, a Washington blog, reported last week that Biden had been telling allies that Russian forces would launch a full-Breitbart News
Apr 24 2015
The headline on the website Pravda trumpeted President Vladimir V. Putin’s latest coup, its nationalistic fervor recalling an era when its precursor served as the official mouthpiece of the Kremlin: “Russian Nuclear Energy Conquers the World.”New York Times (News)
Mar 24 2023
This piece was orginally published on The Conversation, which AllSides rates as Lean Left. It was written by Michael J. Socolow, Associate Professor of Communitcation and Journalism at the University of Maine.
Everyone seems to hate what they call “the media.”
Attacking journalism – even accurate and verified reporting – provides a quick lift for politicians.
It’s not"The Conversation" Contributor
Dec 02 2022
The EU is wrestling with a dilemma: to allow Russians continued access to Europe, letting them escape consequences of Putin’s war, or to cut them off, and risk losing them as potential allies in Russia.
In the early weeks of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Petr Tuma, a Czech career diplomat, supported the idea of opening the European Union to Russians morally opposed to – or even simplyChristian Science Monitor
May 08 2014
Antigovernment rebels in eastern Ukraine said on Thursday that they would proceed with a referendum this weekend seeking autonomy, even though President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia on Wednesday had appeared to withdraw his support for the vote.New York Times (News)
Apr 28 2014
NewsThe United States on Monday imposed additional sanctions against Russian government officials and companies deemed close to President Vladimir V. Putin, accusing Moscow of failing to live up to its agreement to defuse the crisis in Ukraine. New York Times (News)