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Sergey Karaganov: The man behind Putin’s pugnacity

Prescient foreign-policy specialist fears the West and Kiev don’t realize the hell they are unleashing in the former Soviet empire

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The end of our illusions about Russia

The West wants an economic partner. The Kremlin wants a sphere of uncontested influence

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Obama Answers Critics, Dismissing Russia as a ‘Regional Power’

In language that seemed to be aimed at the highest ranks inside the Kremlin, President Obama dismissed Russia as a country that is lashing out at its neighbors “not out of strength, but out of weakness.”

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Obama unites Japan, S. Korea in concern over N. Korean nuclear program

U.S. President scores diplomatic coup amid strained relations between key Asian allies

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Obama Assures NATO but Says Force Won’t Be Used in Crimea

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President Obama said the U.S. and other world powers rejected Russia’s annexation of Crimea, but he acknowledged that military force would not be used to return it to Ukraine, which is not a member of NATO.

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Hague Summit Focuses on Preventing Trafficking of Nuclear Materials

Shifting focus from the crisis in Crimea, President Obama urged nations to cooperate in securing and disposing of nuclear materials to keep it from terrorists’ hands.

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Obama and World Leaders Turn Focus to Nuclear Security

Shifting focus from the crisis in Crimea, President Obama urged nations to cooperate in securing and disposing of nuclear materials to keep them out of terrorists’ hands.

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Japan Lets U.S. Assume Control of a Nuclear Cache

Tokyo announced on Monday that it would turn over to Washington more than 700 pounds of weapons-grade plutonium and a large quantity of highly enriched uranium.

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Video: Times Minute | Golden Globes Results

Also on the Minute, Iran’s nuclear deal to take effect and the one-party rule.

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Senate Bill Threatens Nuclear Deal, Analysts Say

Legislation that threatens Iran with tough sanctions if a deal is not reached on its nuclear program could undermine President Hassan Rouhani, political analysts contend.

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Air Force Removed General Over Drunken Behavior in Moscow

After drinking for hours in bars, Maj. Gen. Michael J. Carey was slurring his speech and stumbling through Red Square, and he tried to force a bar band to let him play, according to a report.

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U.N.’s Nuclear Inspectors Arrive in Iran

The International Atomic Energy Agency’s team landed in Tehran on Saturday and is to inspect a heavy-water production plant on Sunday.

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Politics and a Ruptured Tendon Don’t Faze Lead Iran Negotiator

The focus of Wendy Sherman over the past two years helped prepare the ground for talks with Iran that gained momentum, both in public and through a secret channel.

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U.S. and Saudis in Growing Rift as Power Shifts

Although Saudi Arabia remains a close American ally, the nuclear accord with Iran is the culmination of a slow mutual disenchantment that began at the end of the Cold War.

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Obama Signals a Shift From Military Might to Diplomacy

The announcements of an interim nuclear deal with Iran and a conference on Syria’s civil war were vivid statements that diplomacy has again become the centerpiece of American foreign policy.

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North Korean defectors to speak at Hong Kong film festival

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North Korea shows off its military might with war anniversary parade

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Iran Is Said to Want Direct Talks With U.S. on Nuclear Program

The Iraqi prime minister, Nuri Kamal al-Maliki, told the Obama administration of Iran’s interest and offered to facilitate the discussions, Western officials said.

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