How Trump ‘Was Extraordinarily Weak In The Face Of Putin’s Aggression’

Former chief of staff at the CIA and Department of Defense Jeremy Bash and editor-at-large at the Bulwark Charlie Sykes highlight Fiona Hill’s breaking essay in Foreign Affairs where she argues Trump forged dangerous relations with Russia.

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Russia elections: Putin’s party wins majority

Perhaps unsurprisingly, Russia’s ruling pro-Kremlin party looks poised to keep its supermajority in parliament, after elections marred by allegations of vote rigging and fraud.

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The Communist Party finished a relatively strong second, boosted by widespread discontent over rising prices and the government’s handling of the pandemic.

But many opposition candidates had been barred from running for office at all and European election observers weren’t allowed to monitor the ballot.

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Putin’s party poised for victory in Russian elections

United Russia — the political party that supports President Vladmir Putin — celebrated victory in parliamentary elections, amid a widespread political crackdown and reports of vote-stuffing.

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Putin’s party on track to retain majority amid fraud claims

Russia’s ruling party United Russia is on track to secure a majority following a three-day parliamentary election, according to early results and an exit poll reported by Russian state media RIA Novosti. Opposition members and independent observers have accused Russian officials of blatant election fraud with some incidents being caught on cameras. CNN’s Matthew Chance reports from Moscow. #CNN #News

Putin’s United Russia wins Russian election after barring opposition | DW News

Early results in Russia’s parliamentary election point to a victory for President Vladimir Putin’s United Russia Party. With a third of all the ballots counted, the party has won some 45 percent. The vote came in the wake of a clampdown that saw many opposition politicians and activists arrested or barred from running.
This time Russia’s voters had three days to cast their ballots, rather than just one. In some regions people could even vote online. Observers say the goal was a high voter turnout to lend the election more legitimacy.
But for three days, there have also been reports of voter fraud. Videos of election officials trying to cover up obvious ballot stuffing made the rounds. Some of them went viral. But Russia’s central electoral commission has said the vote was overwhelmingly transparent.
Independent monitors disagree. They put the number of violations at over 3000. But voters in Moscow hoped their ballot could make a difference.
Russia’s communist party came second in the ballot. Traditionally they have been considered loyal to the Kremlin. But that may now be changing with young faces joining the old guard.
Historically the Duma has upheld the status quo, but with Russia’s economy in crisis, the new parliament might need to make some tough change in the country.

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Geneva summit: Biggest takeaways from Biden and Putin’s meeting

President Joe Biden is back in Washington after a high-stakes summit with Russian president Vladimir Putin in Geneva, Switzerland, where they discussed potential compromise on issues like nuclear weapons and ambassadors, but appeared to clash over human rights and cybersecurity. CBS News senior White House and political correspondent Ed O’Keefe reports from Geneva while CBS News foreign correspondent Ian Lee joins CBSN from London with analysis.

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Biden Shares Not-Very-Subtle Threat That He Left On Putin’s Lap

Rachel Maddow takes a closer look at President Biden’s mention of U.S. cyber capabilities to Vladimir Putin, and his hypothetical of Russia’s pipelines locking up with ransomware.
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Expert discusses influence of Putin’s KGB background on his leadership style

Before launching his political career, and eventually becoming Russia’s president, Vladimir Putin was an intelligence officer for the KGB. Alexandra Vacroux, executive director of Harvard University’s Davis Center for Russia and Eurasian Studies, joins CBSN’s "Red & Blue" anchor Elaine Quijano to discuss the first face-to-face meeting between Putin and President Biden, and how the Russian leader’s background appears to influence his leadership style.

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Key takeaways from Putin’s remarks after meeting with Biden

President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin held their first face-to-face meeting since Mr. Biden took office. The highly anticipated discussions in Geneva finished in under three hours. CBS News senior White House and political correspondent Ed O’Keefe, CBS News correspondent Christina Ruffini, CBS News intelligence and national security reporter Olivia Gazis and Timothy Frye, author of "Weak Strongman: The Limits of Power in Putin’s Russia" and a professor of post-Soviet foreign policy at Columbia University, joined CBSN to discuss the historic summit.

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