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MOSCOW, Dec 4 (Reuters) - U.S. President-elect Donald Trump is a clever man and will quickly understand his new responsibilities, Russian President Vladimir Putin said in an interview with NTV TV. Putin has spoken previously of his hope...Show More Summary
"Since he managed to achieve success in business, that shows he is a clever person,” Russian President Vladimir Putin observed.
President Vladimir Putin in an interview aired Sunday called US President-elect Donald Trump intelligent and predicted he would quickly grasp his new level of responsibility and act accordingly. "Since he managed to achieve success in...Show More Summary
MOSCOW (Reuters) - U.S. President-elect Donald Trump is a clever man and will understand the level of his new responsibility quickly, Russian President Vladimir Putin was quoted by news agencies as saying in an interview with NTV TV...
Vladimir Putin wants to make Russia great again. For that, he may need a hand from Donald Trump. For the Russian president, relief from crippling sanctions is a gateway to the ultimate goal of establishing Russia as the political and economic equivalent of the United States. And the U.S. president-elect, who extolled Putin’s leadership during […]
Vladimir Putin wants to make Russia great again. For that, he may need a hand from Donald Trump. For the Russian president, relief from crippling sanctions is a gateway to … Click to Continue »
In retrospect, Donald J. Trump’s praise for Russia’s president seems to have been a shrewd dog whistle to a small but highly motivated part of the Trump base.
Russia's government denies that it tampered in the U.S. election, but now that the results are in, members of President Vladimir Putin's United Russia party aren't holding back. Continue reading ? The post Russia sees Trump as conduit for eased sanctions appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
Russian President Vladimir Putin's main interest is restoration of the Soviet Union, former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta said Thursday. "Let's not kid anybody," said Panetta, who also served as CIA director and White House chief of staff. Show More Summary
Russia's government staunchly denies reports that it tampered in the U.S. election or supported either candidate, but once the results were in, members of President Vladimir Putin's United Russia party … Click to Continue »
Russian President Vladimir Putin has outlined in his new foreign policy document that the chances of nuclear or large-scale conflict are low, according to a copy of the document on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs website. Several changes...Show More Summary
Let’s face it: Most political speeches tend to be a little boring. And Russian President Vladimir Putin is a man known for his ability to speak for a very long time — his marathon question-and-answer sessions have been known to last four hours or more. So perhaps it’s understandable that Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev might […]
Held at diplomatic arm's-length for years, Russian President Vladimir Putin is pivoting back to centre stage as his admirers and international allies rise to power, a move that analysts say the Kremlin will be quick to exploit. MostShow More Summary
Perhaps more than at any time since the Cold War, Kremlinologists are working overtime to decode Russia — galvanized, in part, by Donald Trump’s election as the next U.S. president. Many analysts have expressed deep concern that Russian muscle-flexing — bellicose moves on its western front, an...
President Vladimir Putin struck an unusually conciliatory tone in his annual state of the nation address on Thursday, saying Moscow wanted to get on with the incoming U.S. administration and was looking to make friends, not enemies. Putin...Show More Summary
President Vladimir Putin adopted a conciliatory tone to international rivals in a key speech on Thursday, saying Russia has "never looked for enemies" in the international community. "We do not want confrontation with anyone. It is not...Show More Summary
President says Moscow is ready to work in partnership with the United States, adding Russia doesn't want confrontation.
In his annual address to the nation, Russian President Vladimir Putin struck an unusually conciliatory tone on Thursday, saying Moscow wanted to get on with the incoming U.S. administration and was looking to make friends not enemies: "We are ready to cooperate with the new U.S. Show More Summary
Russia needs to introduce economic and tax reforms to end its stagnation, President Vladimir Putin said Thursday, urging the government to plan for 2019 and beyond, after the 2018 presidential polls. "If we don't resolve basic problems...Show More Summary