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  • Obama: Russia a 'regional power' losing influence because of Crimea

    Obama: Russia a 'regional power' losing influence because of Crimea
    THE HAGUE, Netherlands -- President Obama disputed the idea that Russia is the United States’ No. 1 geopolitical foe, dismissing Moscow as a “regional power” and arguing that the invasion of Crimea “indicates less influence, not more.”
  • G-7 leaders agree to freeze out Russia

    G-7 leaders agree to freeze out Russia
    THE HAGUE — Leaders of seven of the world's largest economies on Monday agreed to freeze Russia out of the Group of Eight nations and threatened sanctions against key sectors of its economy if Moscow further invades or seeks to destabilize Ukraine....

    Ukraine orders its troops out of Crimea as Russia seizes bases

    Ukraine orders its troops out of Crimea as Russia seizes bases
    KIEV, Ukraine — Ukraine's fledgling government ordered troops to withdraw from Crimea on Monday, ending days of wavering as Russian troops consolidate control over the peninsula. Russian forces have been systematically seizing Ukrainian ships...

    Obama to attend nuclear summit in South Korea

     
    President Obama is headed to Asia for his first foreign trip of the year. The destination this weekend is Seoul, the third time in as many years that the president has visited South Korea. The draw this time is the second Nuclear Security Summit, a...

    Major nations could face economic sanctions over Iran oil buys

     
    The United States may impose tough economic sanctions against India, China, South Korea and Turkey for their imports of Iranian oil despite months of negotiations with U.S. officials, the State Department announced Tuesday.