Street Protests Might Bring Down Putin—Or Make Him Even More Dangerous to US  The Daily Beast

Putin has only begun to use the enormous coercive power he has at his disposal, and as he blames the Americans his motive for interference in the U.S. grows.

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Putin has only begun to use the enormous coercive power he has at his disposal, and as he blames the Americans his motive for interference in the U.S. grows.Putin has only begun to use the enormous coercive power he has at his disposal, and as he blames the Americans his motive for interference in the U.S. grows.

Street Protests Might Bring Down Putin—Or Make Him Even More Dangerous to U.S.

RUSSIA broke its silence on Tuesday about the mysterious explosion of a supposed nuclear-powered missile by claiming “accidents happen”.RUSSIA broke its silence on Tuesday about the mysterious explosion of a supposed nuclear-powered missile by claiming “accidents happen”.

Russia missile latest: Kremlin speaks out on suspected nuclear missile explosion | World | News | Express.co.uk

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said: 'Accidents, unfortunately, happen. They are tragedies. But in this case, it is important for us to remember those heroes who lost their lives in this accident.'Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said: 'Accidents, unfortunately, happen. They are tragedies. But in this case, it is important for us to remember those heroes who lost their lives in this accident.'

Moscow denies explosion of nuclear-powered missile was a setback says it is 'far ahead' in weaponry | Daily Mail Online

A Russian nuclear explosion while John Bolton, national security advisor, is in Europe hasn't deterred him from trying to scrap the New START arms treaty.Scrapping the New START agreement will add billions in costs the Pentagon can’t afford just to modernize its aging nukes while Russia builds even more.

“#OnceUponATimeInHollywood hits $100M at the U.S. box office this wknd, while opening in Russia, its 1st foreign market, to a career-best $7.7M following Quentin Tarantino’s Moscow press gaggle & Kremlin last week https://t.co/qDZ0doJpko https://t.co/QElO8joacv”

Pamela McClintock on Twitter: "#OnceUponATimeInHollywood hits $100M at the U.S. box office this wknd, while opening in Russia, its 1st foreign market, to a career-best $7.7M following Quentin Tarantino’s Moscow press gaggle & Kremlin last week https://t.co/qDZ0doJpko… https://t.co/k3Gwgbmc4D"

“Russians feel the pain of Vladimir Putin’s regime - how growing disappointment fuels Moscow’s protests, and insecurity fuels the Kremlin’s violent response. A @FinancialTimes #longread https://t.co/0BCKzsbMl9”

Henry Foy on Twitter: "Russians feel the pain of Vladimir Putin’s regime - how growing disappointment fuels Moscow’s protests, and insecurity fuels the Kremlin’s violent response. A @FinancialTimes #longread https://t.co/0BCKzsbMl9"

In July, Moscow election officials banned opposition candidates from running for city council. This weekend, protests swelled to 50,000 in Moscow.In July, Moscow election officials banned opposition candidates from running for city council. This weekend, protests swelled to 50,000 in Moscow.

Moscow protests: The pro-democracy demonstrations, explained - Vox

One lawmaker pointed to the dual citizenship of a rapper who performed at a Moscow vote protest as evidence of meddling. One lawmaker pointed to the dual citizenship of a rapper who performed at a Moscow vote protest as evidence of meddling.

The Kremlin Sees Signs of Foreign Interference All Around - The Moscow Times

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President Donald Trump says the U.S. has a missile like the one that killed seven in the Russian arctic. That's untrue, because the U.S. abandoned the idea decades ago.President Donald Trump says the U.S. has a missile like the one that killed seven in the Russian arctic. That's untrue, because the U.S. abandoned the idea decades ago.

Why the U.S. Abandoned Nuclear-Powered Missiles - Russia Nuclear Missile Accident

Contrary to what the Kremlin propagandists keep telling us, Vladimir Putin really hasn't been all that successful.Contrary to what the Kremlin propagandists keep telling us, Vladimir Putin really hasn't been all that successful.

Vladimir Putin, Symbol of Russia's Humiliation

Vladimir Putin, Symbol of Russia's Humiliation

The missile could, in theory, fly forever and attack at hypersonic speeds, making it unstoppable.The missile could, in theory, fly forever and attack at hypersonic speeds, making it unstoppable.

How Russia's 'unstoppable' nuclear-powered cruise missile works, and why it keeps failing- Technology News, Firstpost

The five nuclear scientists who died during an explosion at a secret military range in northern Russia are heroes, the Kremlin said, without confirming US speculation the mishap was related to Russia’s hypersonic missile program.The five nuclear scientists who died during an explosion at a secret military range in northern Russia are heroes, the Kremlin said, without confirming US speculation the mishap was related to Russia’s hypersonic missile program.

‘Accidents happen, unfortunately’: Kremlin comments on fatal test of ‘Skyfall’ missile — RT World News

According to the Kremlin spokesman, Russia’s law enforcement agencies are fulfilling their duties According to the Kremlin spokesman, Russia’s law enforcement agencies are fulfilling their duties

Kremlin defends law enforcement for taking tough action to curb riots - Russian Politics & Diplomacy - TASS

Kremlin defends law enforcement for taking tough action to curb riots

It was the biggest protest held in Moscow in years. An estimated 60,000 people attended. Many who marched through the capital on Saturday chanted “We are not afraid”. But they had every right to be. A masked police officer was filmed punching a woman in the stomach. A man with cerebral palsy wasIt was the biggest protest held in Moscow in years. An estimated 60,000 people attended. Many who marched through the capital on Saturday chanted “We are not afraid”. But they had every right to be.

The Times view on protests in Russia: Putin’s Choice | Comment | The Times