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LITHUANIA is building an 80-mile fence along part of its border with Russia’s Kaliningrad exclave as Moscow continues to ramp up military activity in the area.
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A majority of Americans believe that the outcome of the U.S. presidential election would have been the same regardless of a cyber and disinformation campaign waged by Russia, new polling shows. The new data comes three days before Donald Trump will be inaugurated in Washington, D.C. Over the weekend, Rep. John Lewis (D., Ga.), a civil rights icon, stirred controversy by saying that Moscow's alleged interference in the election makes Trump an illegitimate president. However, 58 percent of U.S. adults believe that the outcome of the presidential election would have been the same regardless of the information released as a result of Russia's hacking campaign, according to a CNN/ORC poll released Tuesday morning. A lesser 40 percent believe that the information released as a result of the cyber attacks was significant enough to change the outcome of the election.
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21st Century Wire says... Just days before the US inauguration, in his recent interview with the Times of London President-Elect Donald Trump continue to challenge a number of Washington foreign policy sacred cows, particularly neoconservative positions. He signalled a lifting of US sanctions against Russia in the spirit of cooperation in nuclear arms reductions and also to partner with Moscow in the fight radical Islamist Terror. Trump also laid into NATO calling it “obsolete”, while potentially driving a wedge between traditionally tight US-EU relations as he chastised Brussels, as well as US ally German and its leader Angela Merkel over her country's immigration policy. “They have sanctions on Russia — let’s see if we can make some good deals with Russia. For one thing, I think nuclear weapons should be way down and reduced very substantially,” said Trump.
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Not that the Russians have been passive. During related NATO naval exercises in the Baltic Sea, Russian planes flew within a few feet of an American warship, the USS Donald Cook , nearly provoking a shooting incident that could have triggered a far more dangerous confrontation. Will Putin ease up on the pressure hes been exerting on the Baltic states once Trump is in power? Will Trump agree to cancel or downsize the U.S. and NATO deployments there in return for Russian acquiescence on other issues? Such questions will be on the minds of many in Eastern Europe in the coming months. Its reasonable to predict a period of relative calm as Putin tests Trumps willingness to forge a new relationship with Moscow, but the underlying stresses will remain as long as the Baltic states stay in NATO and Russia views that as a threat to its security.
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Russian President Vladimir Putin scorned people who "make-up such falsifications that are currently spread about the US President-elect," saying they were "worse than prostitutes," during a joint press conference with his Moldovan counterpart Igor Dodon, in Moscow, Monday. SOT, Vladimir Putin, President of Russia (Russian): "You know, there is a category of people who leave without saying goodbye, out of respect for the present situation and in order not to disturb anything. But there are people who are endlessly bidding farewells but do not leave. In my opinion, the outgoing US administration falls in the second category. We can see a major continuation of the political fight in the US despite the fact that the political elections are finished and they ended with a convincing victory of Mr. Trump." SOT, Vladimir Putin, President of Russia (Russian): "I am not acquainted with Mr.
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Talks aimed at ending the dispute over driver-only trains will take place tomorrow. Russian President, Vladimir Putin, says those who ordered a dossier in a Moscow Hotel are "worse than prostitutes.
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Tensions are growing in the Balkans and the European Union must help deescalate the situation there, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said. Lavrov told an annual news conference in Moscow on Jan. 17 that these tensions were being created to a significant extent by the policies pursued by those who are imposing the so-called European values in a new, modernized post-Christian manner on all peoples in the Balkans. Read more here. The post RFE/RL: Lavrov says onus on EU to soothe Balkan tensions appeared first on KyivPost .
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He says the Russian Secret Services are not in the habit of secretly videotaping any old billionaire going to Moscow. Pointing out that Donald Trump was not really into politics when this encounter was said to have happened.