Russia's Vladimir Putin to call Donald Trump in coming days - Daily News & Analysis

President Donald Trump is joined by the Congressional leadership and his family as he formally signs his cabinet nominations into law, Friday, Jan. 2017, in the Presidents Room of the Senate on Capitol Hill in Washington. Joining him from left are Sen.

Russians drink champagne to celebrate President Trump's inauguration - New York Daily News

MOSCOW — Champagne corks popped Friday in Moscow as Russians celebrated the start of Donald Trump's presidency, confident of better relations ahead between the two countries. "It's weird, but it's great, and for the first time ever Russians are ...

Donald Trump Inauguration: Champagne corks pop in Russia, trade fears in Berlin - The Sydney Morning Herald

Moscow: Champagne corks popped in Moscow as Russians celebrated the start of Donald Trump's presidency, while there were guarded congratulations from Mexico and fears of a trade war in Berlin. Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto said on Twitter ...

Now that Trump is president, let's talk about Vladimir Putin - CNBC

The inauguration isn't just a big day for Donald Trump. Vladimir Putin probably thinks it's a big day, too. With an outgoing administration saying that Putin wants to upend the Western world, and an incoming president saying the Russian strongman could ...

Donald Trump had better get his first meeting with Putin right – or it could be his last - The Independent

Trump says both country's nuclear arsenals could take a cut. Whether Trump's idea of bartering nuclear against an end to sanctions over Ukraine has any appeal for the Kremlin, however, is another matter. Mary Dejevsky · @IndyVoices; Friday 20 January ...

In Trump We Trust: Inauguration prompts celebration in Russia - Reuters

A pedestrian walks past the store 'Army of Russia', located opposite the U.S. embassy, with an image of U.S. President-elect Donald Trump seen on the advertising board, in Moscow, Russia, January 20, 2017. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin. 1/2. left. right.

What Does Vladimir Putin See in Donald Trump? - New York Times

At noon on Friday, Donald Trump will become the 45th president of the United States. Millions of Americans will rejoice at the sight, and millions more will not. As a rule, foreign leaders don't attend the inauguration of American presidents, but ...

Russia Celebrates on the Eve of Donald Trump's Inauguration - ABC News

At a newly opened nightclub in the heart of Moscow, revelers celebrated on the eve of Donald Trump's inauguration. On Friday, Trump will be sworn in as the 45th president of the United States, and many Russians hope his presidency will usher in a new ...

'Trumplissimo America!' Moscow Parties On Eve Of Trump Inauguration - RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty

Russian emigre singer-songwriter Willi Tokarev (right) crooned a paean to Trump's victory titled Trumplissimo America. Share. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share on В Контакте · Share on Google+ · Email to a Friend. Print. MOSCOW ...

Predicting the Future of the Trump-Putin Relationship - EurasiaNet

Russian leader Vladimir Putin got exactly what he wanted out of the US presidential election, but he may well end up ruing the day Donald Trump became the American president. (EurasiaNet collage: Official website of Donald Trump's presidential campaign ...

The inevitable Trumputin divorce - Aljazeera.com

Roman Dobrokhotov is a Moscow-based journalist and civil activist. He is the editor-in-chief of The Insider. After the inauguration of Donald Trump, media attention will be fixed on his first steps towards Russia. A lot has been said already about the ...

Inauguration Day: Fools and the Devil Against Donald Trump - Center for Research on Globalization

With just two days until President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration and an unprecedented divisiveness grips America and much of the world. Never in modern history has an incoming president been confronted by such hate, vehement fear mongering, ...

Donald Trump: Europe's Ultimate Wake-Up Call - Carnegie Europe

Summary: The incoming U.S. president's mind-set looks set to bring about the most significant rupture in the transatlantic order since World War II. Related Topics. Europe · United States · Europe's Foreign Policy · Europe's Security and Defense ...

Leader: Trump and an age of disorder - New Statesman

Mr Trump's disregard for domestic and international norms represents an unprecedented challenge to established institutions. Sign up to the Staggers Morning Call email *. By New Statesman · Print HTML. The US presidency has not always been held by ...

What Set the Stage for Current US-Russia Relations - UConn Today

An employee displays traditional Russian wooden nesting dolls depicting US President-elect Donald Trump, Russian President Vladimir Putin at a gift shop in central Moscow just days ahead of Trump's inauguration. ( Alexander Nemenov/AFP/Getty Images).

European hackles - more than hopes - are up as Trump takes office - Deutsche Welle

European Union lawmakers are calling for an official complaint over Trump's fatalistic view of the EU. Leaders have been unnerved by some of the incoming president's words, but are now sounding more assertive. Washington Weißes Haus (picture alliance ...

Those Behind “Fabrications” against Trump “Are Worse than Prostitutes”: Putin Slams Those Behind Trump 'Leak' - Center for Research on Globalization

Russian President Vladimir Putin said he has no grounds to attack or protect US President-elect Donald Trump, since he does not know him personally. He added though that those behind the recent allegations against Trump have “no moral scruples.” “I don ...

Why Americans Won't Give Trump a Pass on Russia Ties - World Politics Review

Under normal circumstances, most Americans don't pay much attention to foreign policy unless the country is engaged in a major war or experiencing high-profile terrorist attacks. Though neither is occurring now, these are anything but normal times ...

Exclusive: Kremlin plans special clinic for Putin's top officials - Reuters

A sign is on display near the main building of the Central Clinical Hospital in Moscow, Russia, January 13, 2017. Picture taken January 13, 2017. To match Special Report RUSSIA-KREMLIN/HOSPITAL REUTERS/Staff. By Svetlana Reiter and Pavel Miledin | ...

VIP treatment: Special health clinic planned for Putin's elite officials - Reuters

MOSCOW – At a televised debate about Russia's healthcare system last year, a young doctor asked President Vladimir Putin why so many senior officials sought medical treatment abroad - and if the president was one of them. Putin replied he was not.