Map. History of Russia conflict

16 January 2018
Kaspersky shutting its DC office because it can no longer get federal biznes
1 kuu tagasi
Secretary of State Tillerson and his Russian counterpart met in Vienna to discuss deployment of a U.N. peacekeeping force to Eastern Ukraine
1 kuu tagasi
Kremlin: Putin and Erdogan express deep concern over the US position on Jerusalem
FBI Director Wray told lawmakers the bureau is negotiating with the intel committees about whether to provide info about FISA applications in Russia probe. First official confirmation they exist.
1 kuu tagasi
Nasrallah: Israel do not respect international law or agreements, only themselves, they don't care what Arabs, EU or Russia, China, only US
1 kuu tagasi
Kremlin: Putin will pay an official visit to Egypt next Monday
1 kuu tagasi
Russia is aiding North Korea with oil imports, ignoring U.S. efforts to isolate Kim Jong-un
1 kuu tagasi
Peskov on the election: Putin is the strongest candidate, the level of his support can't be achieved by others.
RuAF strategic air force HF-net active.
1 kuu tagasi
Secretary Tillerson on eastern Ukraine: "Russia is arming, leading, training and fighting alongside anti-government forces"
1 kuu tagasi
ATO spox: Russia-backed militants committed 27 ceasefire violations yesterday. Fortunately, Ukrainian Armed Forces suffered no casualties.
1 kuu tagasi
ATO spox: Luhansk sector – Russian proxies committed 11 ceasefire violations yesterday, used 120mm mortars near Novoluhanske and 82mm ones near Luhanske.
Chechen Ombudsman Demands to Block "Destructive Resources" "Caucasian Knot" and "Kavkaz.Realii"
Russia: "By recognizing West Jerusalem as the capital of the State of Israel, we do not impose any solutions on the parties. Those, including the future status of Jerusalem, should be agreed upon in the direct Palestinian-Israeli negotiations."
Russian Ambassador to Israel Alexander Shein says Russia will only move its embassy from Tel Aviv to West Jerusalem after Palestinians and Israelis "agree on all issues of the final status of the Palestinian territories."
OSCEMC17 is officially opened. Most important OSCE forum to address security challenges. Russian aggression at the core1 kuu tagasi
#OSCEMC17 is officially opened. Most important OSCE forum to address security challenges. Russian aggression at the core
1 kuu tagasi
[email protected] on @POTUS: "His demeanor in the presidency is a deterrent for [Russia and China] he's a bold leader and he speaks his mind." @IngrahamAngle
Congressional investigators are scrutinizing trips to Europe taken last year by several Trump associates, amid concern they may have met with Kremlin-linked operatives.
1 kuu tagasi
Human rights ombudsman Moskalkova continues to press for govt to open criminal case into Chechnya's gay purge
1 kuu tagasi
@SenatorBurr says Senate Intelligence Comm has interviews well over 100 people in Russia investigation, has gotten unprecedented access to individuals and intelligence
1 kuu tagasi
"I responded, when we had interviewed everyone who needs to be interviewed," says @SenatorBurr of what he told @POTUS about wrapping up Russia investigation
Re @POTUS remarks to him about wrapping up Russia investigation, That was in a telephone conversation that the president and I had last May… the subject of the telephone call had nothing to do with the investigation per @SenatorBurr1 kuu tagasi
Re @POTUS remarks to him about wrapping up Russia investigation, "That was in a telephone conversation that the president and I had last May… the subject of the telephone call had nothing to do with the investigation" per @SenatorBurr
1 kuu tagasi
For Election2018 and possible Russia meddling, "All of my colleagues are worried about it or should be worried about it" warns Senate Intel Comm Chair @SenatorBurr
1 kuu tagasi
"There's no change of vote totals but there were attempts to get Ito voter files for reasons that we don't know" per @SenatorBurr re Russia election meddling Election2016
1 kuu tagasi
"Strengthening NATO's activity at the borders of the Russian Federation is destructive and provocative and does not contribute to reducing tension," Gerasimov said at the annual briefing for foreign military attaches.
@ChuckGrassley: Reporters say FBI official who watered down Comey stmt on Clinton emails AND started Russia 'collusion' probe on Trump Campaign was fired frm Mueller team after DOJ watchdog found evidence of political bias. THIS IS WHY DOJ/FBI NEEDS OVERSIGHT Why don't dems agree?
1 kuu tagasi
"Would it surprise me that Russia might attempt to provide products [to DPRK]? No, that wouldn't surprise me" says @SenatorBurr
1 kuu tagasi
"I don't think that we've kept Russia… we don't keep them focused as a threat," per @SenatorBurr. Notes 70 percent of intel folks used to be educated in Russian language but not anymore
1 kuu tagasi
As for Senate Intelligence Committee, "Our review of that information will be as thorough as it possibly can be" @SenatorBurr says re Russia probe
1 kuu tagasi
On @POTUS Russia - "It important to understand that if we were talking a year and a half ago, there's nobody in this room that would have believed anyone in his campaign was capable of collusion" per @SenatorBurr
1 kuu tagasi
"That's his art of negotiating" per Sen. Burr "It is uncomfortable sometimes to members of congress, It is uncomfortable sometimes to the American people" re @POTUS approach to public negotiations/diplomacy, Russia
1 kuu tagasi
Why won't @POTUS talk about Russia? "When you get to the content of what he does… subject experts don't have too much criticism" says @SenatorBurr
1 kuu tagasi
Russia, China, others - "Their level of innovation will be on the same pace as ours if not more" says @SenatorBurr
1 kuu tagasi
"I want to limit through policy the tools that they [Russia] can use" says @SenatorBurr
Michael Flynn told an associate that Russia sanctions would be "ripped up" early in the Trump presidency, a whistleblower told Congress
1 kuu tagasi
"To believe that Russia has changed since the Cold War is just an absolute myth" per Senate Intelligence Comm Chair @SenatorBurr
[email protected] says US intel saw Russia disinfo effort in real-time, and both intel community and lawmakers were "anxious" to see leadership from Obama administration that didn't come
On Russia and Election2016, I don't see this as an intelligence failure… the intelligence we had on an ongoing basis should have prompted us to ask more questions per @SenatorBurr1 kuu tagasi
On Russia and Election2016, "I don't see this as an intelligence failure… the intelligence we had on an ongoing basis should have prompted us to ask more questions" per @SenatorBurr
My concern long term is that if we get too accustomed to unnamed sources, that will be the predominance of what's out there… says  @SenatorBurr at CFR, talking about unnamed sources in media on Russia investigation1 kuu tagasi
"My concern long term is that if we get too accustomed to unnamed sources, that will be the predominance of what's out there…" says @SenatorBurr at CFR, talking about unnamed sources in media on Russia investigation
1 kuu tagasi
[Putin] would like a weak United States that's unwilling and unable to push back against Russia" per @EvelynNFarkas
1 kuu tagasi
"They're [Russia] directing their anger today toward the European Union, which they dislike as an organization… and the dislike the United States" per Nyberg, adding Russia thinking not very strategic but emotional now
1 kuu tagasi
"Russia is a sieged fortress today. They're isolated and self-isolating themselves" per Nyberg
1 kuu tagasi
"Foreign policy is mostly the privilege of the government but its not a monopoly anymore" fmr Finland Ambassador to Russia René Nyberg
Pentagon spokesman Colonel Rob Manning issues sharp condemnation of Russia for its role in Syria, says Moscow has shown countering ISIS "not its foremost priority," says Russia appears to have no plan to "bring a meaningful conclusion" to Syrian civil war
1 kuu tagasi
With countering Russia, though, "It is educating the people, informing the people…but not playing the [Russia] playbook back" says Finland's fmr Amb Nyberg
1 kuu tagasi
"This should not be anti-Russian. It is a larger problem," says René Nyberg, former Ambassador of Finland to Russia at CFR symposium
1 kuu tagasi
"The Russian government is not likely to respond to a soft request for negotiation" on Moscow's influence campaigns/cyber, per @EvelynNFarkas "we essentially have to force them to recognize that the price is too high"
1 kuu tagasi
"This problem comes down to leadership….what do we want? What do we want our world to be like?" says @selectedwisdom on countering not just Russia, but others, even domestic political campaigns on socialmedia
1 kuu tagasi
TASS: Putin: The most important task of Sochi-2014 was to hold the Games with dignity, not for Russia to win them.
1 kuu tagasi
Making @RT and @SputnikInt register as foreign agents - "It's great that they did that It won't affect anything" says @selectedwisdom at @CFR_org Election Security symposium
1 kuu tagasi
Russian president Putin says he will not stop the country's athletes from competing at the 2018 Winter Olympics
Air Baltic Boeing 737-500 from Riga to Moscow, slid off the runway during taxiing after the landing in Moscow Sheremetyevo International Airport. No injuries reported.1 kuu tagasi
Air Baltic Boeing 737-500 from Riga to Moscow, slid off the runway during taxiing after the landing in Moscow Sheremetyevo International Airport. No injuries reported.
1 kuu tagasi
Europe doing better, says @selectedwisdom "Both structurally and in terms of message they're much more grounded so they can punch back" vs Russia influence ops
1 kuu tagasi
"We have failed in this for a decade now… in our counter influence. We don't always know what we believe in" per @selectedwisdom whether Russia or terror
1 kuu tagasi
Combating Russia influence ops with elections - "I don't know that anything's working yet…" says @selectedwisdom
1 kuu tagasi
United Russia will support Putin in his presidential bid
1 kuu tagasi
Kommersant FM 93.6: Putin's decision to enter the presidential election is important for the future of the country - Volodin.
Air Baltic Boeing 737 has skidded off a runway at Moscow's Sheremetyevo International Airport
1 kuu tagasi
Putin says he will run for President again
1 kuu tagasi
Do Russia, other adversaries want to hack vote tallies? "In their dreams they'd love that ability" says @sultanofcyber, but notes it's not so easy - "Being able to see the causation from intent… that's the tricky part"
Tillerson says no normalization of NATO ties with Russia
After the attack of Anton Konev on the FSB in Khabarovsk. Ten participants of a neo-Nazi group "Stoltz" were detained
US Sec State Tillerson at NATO; "There's no normalization of dialogue with Russia today - not going to return to regular, calendarized dialogue" until Moscow addresses behavior in Ukraine which US finds "not just unacceptable but intolerable"
US State Secretary Tillerson: We've been clear with Russia that we can't return to business as usual… Russia's use of hybrid warfare seeks to undermine our Alliance and this is big obstacle in our relationship
1 kuu tagasi
Hungary charges Jobbik MEP with spying on EU for Russia
1 kuu tagasi
ATO spox: Luhansk sector – Russian proxies committed 16 ceasefire violations, used Minsk-proscribed 120mm mortars in four localities and 82mm ones in two areas.
1 kuu tagasi
Kremlin says Russia is concerned that the conflict between Israel and the Palestinian authorities could be aggravated should US President Donald Trump move the US embassy in Israel to Jerusalem
We remain concerned and call on Russia to end its recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia regions of Georgia and withdraw its forces from that territory - NATO Secretary General @jensstoltenberg
MP Milonov to Brazil, India, China, South Africa, Belarus and Kazakhstan: "I suggest you demonstrate solidarity with our country and withdraw from participating in the Olympics"
They are spitting in our face says one Russian paper today about the IOC banning Russia from the Winter Olympics. Another paper likens the ban to dropping a nuclear bomb.1 kuu tagasi
"They are spitting in our face" says one Russian paper today about the IOC banning Russia from the Winter Olympics. Another paper likens the ban to "dropping a nuclear bomb".