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15 Jan 2017
From his stance on Russia to the planned wall along the Mexican border, Donald Trump's foreign policy is already looking different than that of outgoing President Barack Obama.
13 Jan 2017
Britain papers focus on the former spy whose name has been linked to the explosive dossier on alleged links between Donald Trump and Russia.
12 Jan 2017
At his first press conference as president-elect, Trump rebuffed the latest report that Russia has compromising information on him, and engaged in a tense stand-off with CNN.
12 Jan 2017
At a combative press conference in New York, Donald Trump addressed the media for the first time as US president-elect on Wednesday. He told one of the biggest news organisations in the US that they were 'fake news'.
11 Jan 2017
President-elect Donald Trump will hold his first press conference today as President-elect as questions build about Russian hacking and influence on the U.S. presidential election.
11 Jan 2017
US papers are buzzing about unsubstantiated intelligence reports that Russia has damaging information about Donald Trump.
7 Jan 2017
US Secretary of State John Kerry says that both he and President Barack Obama personally complained to Russian leaders about efforts to interfere with the American election.
6 Jan 2017
The Washington Post has an exclusive article about alleged Russian meddling in the US Presidential election. Meanwhile, US papers react to an alleged hate crime coming out of Chicago
6 Jan 2017
Director of National Intelligence James Clapper pushed back on President-elect Donald Trump's suggestion the intelligence community did not have solid evidence that Vladimir Putin's Russia was responsible for email hacks.
2 Jan 2017
U.S. senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham, on a visit to Georgia, say they would urge for stronger sanctions against Russia after cyber attacks during the U.S. presidential election in November.
1 Jan 2017
The UN Security Council has officially welcomed a Russian-Turkish brokered ceasefire in Syria. It's hoped it will help pave the way for peace talks which are due to be held in Kazakhstan in January.
31 Dec 2016
Atlantic Council Senior Fellow Ariel Cohen discusses the tension between Russia and the United States over hacking attacks.

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