Also by Mark Najarian
November 07, 2018
U.S. Attorney General Sessions Resigns, Throwing Doubt On Russia Probe
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions has resigned as the country's chief law enforcement officer at the request of President Donald Trump, throwing the future of the special counsel’s Russia investigation into uncertainty.
November 02, 2018
U.S. To Grant Eight World 'Jurisdictions' Waivers On New Iranian Sanctions
The United States says that eight "jurisdictions" will receive temporary exemptions to sanctions set to be imposed on Iran’s oil and financial industries in three days, but that Washington will "aggressively enforce" the measures designed to put "maximum pressure" on Tehran.
October 04, 2018
U.S. Senate Says Stalin 'Committed Genocide' In Famine-Hit Ukraine
The U.S. Senate has adopted a resolution recognizing that Soviet dictator Josef Stalin committed genocide against the Ukrainian people in the early 1930s, when millions died in a horrific famine known as the Holodomor.
August 02, 2018
Security Officials Warn Of Russia's 'Pervasive Methods' To Weaken U.S.
Leaders of the U.S. intelligence and security community told a briefing at the White House that Russia is continuing to use “pervasive methods” to exploit and intensify differences in U.S. society and that they remain concerned about U.S. election security.
August 02, 2018
U.S. Senators Blast Russia, Prepare 'Crushing' Sanctions Measures
An influential bipartisan group of U.S. senators has introduced a package of measures designed to protect “American security from Kremlin aggression,” including new financial sanctions and a “strong statement of support” for NATO.
July 25, 2018
U.S. Issues 'Crimea Declaration' Rejecting Russia's Annexation
The United States announced a formal policy reaffirming its rejection of Russia's annexation of Ukraine's Crimea Peninsula, with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo blasting Moscow for seeking “to undermine a bedrock international principle shared by democratic states.”
December 21, 2017
U.S. Sanctions 52 People For Abuses Related To Global Magnitsky Act
The United States has imposed financial and travel restrictions on 52 government-linked people from Uzbekistan, Russia, Ukraine, and elsewhere, under a U.S. law aimed at human rights abusers and corrupt officials worldwide.
November 16, 2017
Senior U.S. Official Warns Of Russia's 'Clear, Real' Threat To The West
A senior U.S. State Department official says Russia’s actions over the past decade have shown that Moscow’s willingness to violate the sovereignty and territorial integrity of other nations is “real” and not “simply rhetorical.”
November 02, 2017
Explainer: The Facts Behind The Now-Endangered U.S. 'Diversity Visa' Plan
The Uzbek man accused of killing eight people in the New York City terror attack first came to the United States in 2010 under the Diversity Visa Immigrant Program. Designed to provide permanent residency status to people from countries with low rates of immigration to the United States, the program is now under fire from President Donald Trump.
July 14, 2017
Moldova's Reliance On Russia, Transdniester For Energy Seen As Risky
Moldova is among the most vulnerable nations in the world in terms of energy security, with protracted conflicts in Transdniester and Ukraine potentially putting it in a perilous position, an expert on the region says.