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Why Trump must stop being Trump to survive - The Conversation CA

U.S. President Donald Trump meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the G-20 Summit in July in Germany. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci). Why Trump must stop being Trump to survive. July 30, 2017 7.30pm EDT • Updated July 31, 2017 3.22pm EDT. John ...and more »

Trump ready to sign Russia sanctions bill, Moscow retaliates - CBC.ca

U.S. President Donald Trump will sign a package of stiff financial sanctions against Russia that passed Congress with overwhelming support, the White House said Friday. Moscow has already responded, ordering a reduction in the number of U.S. diplomats ...and more »

Russia retaliates against sanctions, ordering US to cut diplomatic staff to 455 from 1100 - CBC.ca

Russia's Foreign Ministry on Friday ordered a reduction in the number of U.S. diplomats in Russia and said it was closing down a U.S. recreation retreat in response to fresh sanctions against Russia. The U.S. Senate approved a new package of stiff ...and more »

Putin, Responding to Sanctions, Orders US to Cut Diplomatic Staff by 755 - New York Times

MOSCOW — President Vladimir V. Putin announced Sunday that the American diplomatic mission in Russia must reduce its staff by 755 employees, an aggressive response to new American sanctions that seemed ripped right from the Cold War playbook and sure ...and more »

Russia cuts US diplomatic presence in retaliation for sanctions - The Guardian

The US ambassador to Russia, John Tefft. The US passed a sanctions bill targeting Moscow this week. Photograph: Planet Pix/Rex/Shutterstock. Russia. Russia cuts US diplomatic presence in retaliation for sanctions. Ambassador John Tefft summoned to ...and more »

After banishing 755 diplomats, Putin says he hopes he won't have to retaliate again - National Post

Vladimir Putin said he hoped there wouldn't be a need for further retaliation against Washington after his government ordered the U.S. to slash staff at its diplomatic missions in Russia by 755, or nearly two thirds, in retaliation for new sanctions ...and more »

Moscow ousts diplomats and complains of 'Russophobia' after US passes sanctions bill - National Post

Kremlin press secretary Dmitry Peskov talks to a reporter in New York, Thursday, Nov. 10, 2016Seth Wenig/Associated Press. Bloomberg News. July 28, 2017 9:37 AM EDT. Filed under. News · World · Facebook. Twitter. Reddit. Email. More. Share this story ...and more »

Putin orders expulsion of 755 US diplomatic staff in response to sanctions - CBC.ca

Russian President Vladimir Putin attends the military parade during the Navy Day celebration in St. Petersburg, Russia, on Sunday. Putin said that Russia could take more measures against the U.S. as a response to new U.S. sanctions, but wouldn't act ...and more »

Why Europe Doesn't Like America's New Russia Sanctions - U.S. News & World Report

Officials worry Moscow won't be the only one hurt by the looming new measures. By Andrew Soergel, Economy Reporter |July 31, 2017, at 2:08 p.m.. Why Europe Doesn't Like America's New Russia Sanctions. Share. ×. Share on Facebook · Post on Twitter ...and more »

To many Russians, Donald Trump is a victim. That's a problem for the Kremlin - The Globe and Mail

July 7, 2017: U.S. President Donald Trump meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the G20 Summit in Hamburg, Germany. EVAN VUCCI/ASSOCIATED PRESS. Mark MacKinnon. Moscow. Published July 29, 2017 Updated November 12, 2017. To flip between Russian ...and more »