Beijing and Moscow have both hit out at the White House over sanctions imposed against China for buying Russian fighter jets
After appearing on a previous round of sanctions in March, Yevgeny Prigozhin had quipped that it just meant he’d have to eat less American fast food.
“I doubt anyone on Capitol Hill is going to see this and say, ‘OK, we can take a step back. The president’s got this.’”
Because of an elaborate flourish of Cold War espionage the pair of Russian spies allegedly employed in the U.K., Moscow is facing more sanctions.
Sergey Ryabukhin, a senior Russian senator, said Moscow could restrict exports of RD-180 rocket engines to the U.S.
Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham, who spearheaded the legislation, called it “the sanctions bill from hell” earlier this week.
The Treasury Department just slapped sanctions on a Russian company that built a spy submarine for the FSB.
“Right now you’re seeing Russia trying to walk this back.”
"Being on the Russian stock market is like living on a volcano"
The U.S. Treasury Department sanctioned a number of Russian entities and individuals.
Turns out Alexei Navalny's YouTube channel has some powerful viewers in Washington: Republican senators.