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White House Faces Clamor to Explain Russia Contacts After Flynn’s Departure

Michael Flynn’s resignation as national security advisor didn’t end questions about the Trump administration’s dealings with Moscow -- it supercharged them.

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White House Rocked by Flynn’s Overtures to Russia

The national security advisor’s conversations about sanctions with the Russian ambassador have landed him in hot water, raising more questions about Trump’s odd affinity for Putin.

Elephants in the Room

Here’s How the U.S. Could Better Wield Its Economic Clout

What the United States needs is a national economic security strategy that draws on the range of U.S. economic power — beyond sanctions.

The Cable

Kremlin Pleased With Trump Call, but Still No Deal on Sanctions

They did discuss economic ties, which, to at least one member of the Duma, is code.

The Cable

Senate Pushes for More Russian Sanctions in Bipartisan Legislation

The legislation would codify Obama's most recent executive order sanctioning Russia.

The Cable

Austrian Far-Right Politicians Travel to Moscow to Grease Ties Between Trump, Putin

They reportedly met with Trump’s national security adviser Michael Flynn in New York last month.

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