By CLIFFORD KRAUSS August 25, 2017 The Trump administration imposed new economic sanctions on Venezuela on Friday, modestly ratcheting up the pressure on the embattled government of President Nicolás Maduro for increasingly repressive policies. The...
Citing staffing cutbacks ordered by the Kremlin, the embassy said that documents would be issued only in Moscow, and that processing would take six months.
A day after signing new sanctions into law, the president said Washington’s relationship with Moscow was “at an all-time & very dangerous low.”
In a letter to the United Nations Security Council, the four Western allies called Iran’s satellite launch last week “threatening and provocative.”
Trump issued a signing statement challenging parts of the Russia sanctions bill. What does that mean?
Senator Chuck Schumer, the Democratic leader, stepped back to lead a deal on Russia sanctions, another example of lawmakers’ finding bipartisan ways to challenge the Trump administration.