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Russia’s 5th Column

President Donald Trump and European far-right parties backed by Russia are following the same playbook to advance Russia’s interests.

REPORT

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Trump’s Troubling Ties to Russia

Here’s what you need to know about Trump’s shady and long-running ties to Russia and how they are putting America at risk.

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A Putin-Trump Policy Scorecard

Donald Trump agrees with Vladimir Putin over his own party, his Cabinet picks, the intelligence community, and the military.

FACT SHEET

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Why Americans Should Care About Russian Hacking

Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential election was only one in a series of Russian attacks on American institutions and the American people.

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Moscow on the Potomac

President-elect Donald Trump’s shady web of connections to, and financial dependence upon, Russia’s often corrupt ruling elite.

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The Crisis in Turkish-Russian Relations

Turkey’s downing of a Russian jet ended an unusual period of Turkish-Russian détente and limited Ankara’s options in Syria.

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Putin Should Not Throw Stones

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s recent comments about the unrest in Ferguson highlight why the United States must work to address its own shortcomings as it promotes democracy abroad.

COLUMN

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The Crisis of Crimea and Ukraine

President Barack Obama and today’s policymakers can learn much from looking at the approaches of Presidents Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton in times of foreign policy crises and challenge.

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The First Time Putin Tried to Invade a Foreign Country

During the Kosovo war in 1999, Vladimir Putin, who was the Russian national security advisor at the time, backed a dangerous plan that almost led to NATO exchanging fire with Russian troops. Here’s what Putin learned from the incident, and what the West probably should have.

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