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"… ation for foreigners whose work improves their countries’ relations with Moscow. "I don’t know what Mr. Tillerson’s relationship with Vladimir Putin …"

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"… has focused on how he will interact with Vladimir Putin. Trump has visited Moscow, where he tried to do some business, but he admitted during the second deb …"

"… ampaign). Some Trump confidants and campaign contributors do have ties to Moscow. A Russian-American businessman, Simon Grigorievich Kukes, who was install …"

Without fear or favor

By Peter Bale

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"… tin’s voices-off-stage role in the election— is former Financial Times Moscow correspondent David Satter’s wonderful take down of Putin: “The less y …"

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"… eating a no-fly zone in Syria to protect insurgents there – an idea that Moscow might try to block militarily – Clinton said in the third debate that sh …"

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"… .S. intelligence officials because he’s so dangerous. Trump has visited Moscow, where he tried to do some business, but he admitted during the second deb …"

"… ose who are close to Trump or contributors to his campaign do have ties to Moscow. A Russian-American businessman, Simon Grigorievich Kukes, who was install …"

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"… bama administration finds itself in the odd position of now being freed by Moscow to shift to a new approach – burial – that Congress hasn’t blessed. …"

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"… at the number of weapons that had been directed at the general area around Moscow, a figure that targeters surrendered only after Miller demanded to know it …"

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"… s releases to paint Russia as a prime investment destination. “Invest in Moscow: Education, Healthcare and More,” read one headline. Others referred to …"

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"… ntenance — due to problems with parts supplied by a Russian company that Moscow authorities have accused of wrongdoing — a second reactor at this v …"

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"… ted in Ozersk, in the Ural mountains, roughly 900 miles (1,400 km) east of Moscow. The facility, which produced the fuel for Russia’s first nuclear warhea …"

"… uilding Plant, a nuclear fuel production facility 36 miles (57 km) east of Moscow, told police he carried six and a half pounds (3 kg) of weapons- …"

"… uclear devices in 2003, an Energy Department intelligence official went to Moscow to seek information about “reports we had received of missing material. …"

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"… en Carey joined seven other American officials on an official trip to Moscow, he told them that “his group had the worst morale” and the Air Force …"

"… lso spent most of an evening talking with the cigar shop saleswoman at the Moscow Marriott hotel who he later recalled “was asking questions about physics …"

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"… rcles. “Just one nuclear weapon exploded in a city — be it New York or Moscow; Tokyo or Beijing; London or Paris — could kill hundreds of thousands of …"

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"… ions-organized probe undermine several hypotheses advanced by officials in Moscow and elsewhere who disputed Western intelligence claims that the Syrian reg …"

"… me. But neither she, nor the British and French ambassadors, assailed Moscow directly.Secretary of State John Kerry, whom Russian president Vladimir Pu …"

"… ans to do just that, according to U.S. and allied officials, but until now Moscow has shown little enthusiasm for the task. The officials, speaking on condi …"

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"… liked immobilization and wanted America to pursue the alternative approach Moscow preferred — namely construction of a factory that would turn the plutoni …"

"… onstruction of a factory that would turn the plutonium into reactor fuel. Moscow said only this method would extract financial value from the plutonium. So …"

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"… l diplomacy. Officials in Washington thought they had clinched a deal with Moscow to ensure that the Russian plutonium stockpile would shrink, only to disco …"

"… s, called for both sides to use the plutonium mostly as a reactor fuel, as Moscow sought. But the deal also demanded that almost all of the fuel be burned …"

"… several decades, a significant nonproliferation achievement. To encourage Moscow to proceed, Washington agreed to forego the burial option for all but 9 to …"

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"… s decision to kill the portion of the defensive system that most alarmed Moscow. In any case, little progress is expected before the first week of Septemb …"

"… of September, when another U.S.-Russian summit is scheduled, this time for Moscow. …"

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"… An ailing, 69-year-old Yuri Andropov was running the Soviet Union from his Moscow hospital bed in 1983 as the United States and its NATO allies conducted a …"

"… oyment of new Pershing II missiles in Europe capable of reaching Moscow in less than ten minutes. Considered in a vacuum, Able Archer 83, in whic …"

"… find proof that the U.S. was planning a “decapitating” strike against Moscow with its nuclear forces. (The Russian acronym derives from Raketno-Yaderno …"

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"… Economic Cooperation and Development was released during a meeting in Moscow of the Group of 20 government finance and banking authorities. AFP re …"

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"… ns, snakes through an offshore haven in the Caribbean.  The death of Moscow tax attorney Sergei Magnitsky sparked international outrage. It also fuele …"

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"… Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov, and additional talks are slated in Moscow this month with acting undersecretary of state Rose Gottemoeller and White …"

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"… th of a pope and the hunt for a malaria vaccine. He formerly served as the Moscow bureau chief for the Associated Press and spent 22 years at the Baltimore …"

"… AP’s diplomatic and military editor in Washington, following his work in Moscow from 2001 to 2005 and from 2007 to 2010. At the Baltimore Sun, he was an e …"

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"… the next decade.As an alternate idea, the report said that Washington and Moscow could promise to accelerate their compliance with the New START treaty lim …"

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"… d permanently to Britain after his father, Alexander, was gunned down in a Moscow street in 2009. Another associate, German Gorbuntsov, narrowly survived a …"

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"… ory from U.S. missile fields would require sending them over Russia, which Moscow would not regard kindly.)Nuclear deterrence, the report asserted, “is no …"

"… ship command posts (110 warheads), war-supporting industry (136 warheads). Moscow alone would be covered by eighty (80) warheads.China: WMD (85 warheads inc …"

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"… ton flagship, the Lafayette, is registered to Investment Company Kredo in Moscow and flies a Russian flag. Kredo — via four other subsidiaries — belong …"

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"… ly Almasry Alyoum  Roman Anin (Russia) investigative reporter for the Moscow-based Novaya GazetaJustin Arenstein (South Africa) investigations editor a …"

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"… on Russia's largest tax fraud, which occurred on Christmas Eve, 2007, when Moscow tax officials approved a same-day refund of $230 million to a gang masquer …"

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"… ightly regulated and difficult to monitor.There are 26 such funds, just in Moscow, with ties to federal security services and law enforcement, according to …"

"… by Oleg Smirnov, Sergey Nesterenko and Oleg Salo, former classmates at the Moscow Military Academy of Strategic Missile Forces. SNS has contracts with Briti …"

"… insurance business and rose to become head of the board of directors of a Moscow bank.Mercury owns Megapolis, which employs 13,000 people and distributes c …"

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"… ts, has uncovered a long list of aggressive industry lobbying tactics from Moscow to Mexico City. Among the items in the industry’s tool kit: political ca …"

"… By 2012 – four years after signing the WHO’s tobacco control pact – Moscow promises it will have new limits on the industry. Getting there, however, …"

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