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1. Cubans Begin Mourning for Fidel Castro
November 26, 2016

Flag-waving Cuban students broke into a mass chant of "I am Fidel" to salute Fidel Castro as nine days of mourning began for the combative Cold War icon, who dominated the Communist island's political life for generations. Alcohol sales were suspended, flags flew at half-staff and shows and concerts were canceled after his younger brother and successor, President Raul Castro, told the country on Friday that Fidel had died at 10:29 p.m., without giving a cause of...... (read more)

2. Trump Says He Will Do All He Can to Help Cuban People
November 26, 2016

U.S. President-elect Donald Trump said on Saturday that his administration would "do all it can" once it takes office on Jan. 20 to help boost freedom and prosperity for Cuban people after the death of Fidel Castro. Trump had threatened late in his upstart campaign for the White House that concerns about religious freedom in Cuba could prompt him to reverse President Barack Obama's moves to open relations with the Cold War adversary after more than a half-century's...... (read more)

3. NATO Allies Pledge Troops, Equipment to Bloc's Eastern Border
October 26, 2016

NATO allies on Wednesday pledged troops and military equipment to countries bordering Russia amid new signs of heightened tensions with Moscow. The contributions, made during a NATO defense ministers meeting in Brussels, came amidst NATO's biggest military buildup since the Cold War. At a news conference, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg described Moscow's latest actions — two Russian warships with cruise missiles entering the Baltic Sea between Sweden and Denmark — as...... (read more)

4. US Abstains from UN Vote on Cuba Embargo
October 26, 2016

For the first time, the United States has abstained from a U.N. resolution urging the lifting of Washington’s nearly 60-year old economic, commercial and financial embargo against Cuba. For the past 25 years, the U.N. General Assembly has held a symbolic annual vote calling for an end to the sanctions, which was imposed during the Cold War. Last year, the international community was nearly unanimous in its call, with only the United States and Israel voting against lifting the embargo....... (read more)

5. Poll Finds Young Americans More Open to Socialist Ideas
October 23, 2016

A survey of younger Americans who have grown up since the Cold War ended shows a surprising level of support for socialism and communism, according to the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation, which commissioned the opinion poll. The report found that 53 percent of Americans younger than 35 are dissatisfied with the current economic system and think that "socialism" may be good for them. About 45 percent of young people say they would be willing to vote for a socialist...... (read more)

6. US Calls for Meeting With Russia Over Missile Treaty Dispute
October 20, 2016

The United States has called for a special meeting with Russia over alleged violations of a landmark Cold War-era arms-control treaty, a policy reversal that echoes deepening U.S. fears about Moscow's intentions. The planned meeting of the Special Verification Commission, scheduled in the near future, focuses new attention on concerns about the 1987 Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces treaty (INF). The treaty, which bans testing, producing, and possessing ground-launched cruise...... (read more)

7. West Rattled Over Russian Missiles on NATO Border
October 11, 2016

Analysts say Russia’s deployment of nuclear-capable missiles in its enclave of Kaliningrad on the Baltic Sea is a "wake-up call’ to current dangers for the West. The deployment comes as Germany warns that tensions between Moscow and the West are more dangerous now than during the Cold War. Henry Ridgwell has more from London.... (read more)

8. Germany Warns Tensions ‘More Dangerous Than Cold War’ As Russia Deploys Missiles to NATO Borders
October 11, 2016

Russia’s deployment of nuclear-capable missiles its enclave of Kaliningrad on the Baltic Sea is a "wake-up call" for the West of the current dangers, according to analysts. Germany warns the tensions between Moscow and the West are more dangerous than during the Cold War. Russia’s Iskander missiles have a range of around 500 kilometers, and their deployment in the Russian enclave of Kaliningrad, sandwiched between Poland and Lithuania, has rattled the West.   “The...... (read more)

9. Putin Orders Suspension of Plutonium Cleanup Program with US
October 03, 2016

Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on Monday to suspend an agreement with the United States on disposing of weapons-grade plutonium, a further sign of worsening ties between the former Cold War foes. The deal, which was signed in 2000 and went into force under a 2010 agreement, was being suspended due to "the emergence of a threat to strategic stability and as a result of unfriendly actions by the United States of America towards the Russian Federation", the...... (read more)

10. Philippines Eyeing Aid Windfall From Diplomacy Shift
October 03, 2016

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte is rebalancing his foreign policy away from old ally the United States to former U.S. Cold War foes China and Russia, in a move that may generate a windfall of aid for the developing Southeast Asian country. Duterte said last month his country would reject U.S. military aid in patrolling the contested South China Sea and fighting a violent Muslim rebel group in his archipelago’s south. The Philippines will cross to “the other side of the ideological...... (read more)

11. Cuba's Communist Party Paper Publishes US Election Info Notice
September 21, 2016

Cuba's Communist Party newspaper Granma published on Wednesday a U.S. embassy notice advising Americans living on the island on how to register for the November 8 presidential election, another sign of thawing relations between the former Cold War foes. Granma habitually publishes electoral information for other countries, but this is the first time it has done so for the United States, a U.S. embassy official confirmed. Cuba and the United States re-established diplomatic...... (read more)

12. Non-Aligned Summit Set to Support Venezuela's Maduro, Document Shows
September 14, 2016

A Non-Aligned Summit in Venezuela will offer solidarity to President Nicolas Maduro's socialist government, a draft of the final document shows, despite opponents' hopes the event would expose his international isolation. Heads of state from the 120-nation Cold War-era bloc are invited to Venezuela's Margarita island over the weekend, though with only the leaders of Zimbabwe, Iran, Cuba, Bolivia and Ecuador currently thought to be coming, it could be a poor...... (read more)

13. Aligned With Russia in Syria, Pentagon Awkwardly Treads on New Terrain
September 14, 2016

For Pentagon officers who cut their teeth during the Cold War, the prospect of U.S. battlefield cooperation with Russia in Syria is not only uncomfortable. It's also unprecedented. Against that background, the reactions of U.S. military officials range from caution to outright skepticism over a Geneva-based "joint integration center" that may soon bring together American and Russian militaries to discuss shared targets for the first time since World War II. "There...... (read more)

14. Historic Commercial Flight from US to Cuba Set to Take Off
August 31, 2016

The first commercial flight between the United States and Cuba in more than a half century is scheduled to fly from Fort Lauderdale to the central city of Santa Clara on Wednesday morning, re-establishing regular air service severed at the height of the Cold War. JetBlue Flight 387 was set to take off at 9:45 a.m. EDT for a 72-minute journey that will open a new era of U.S.-Cuba travel, with about 300 flights a week connecting the U.S. with an island cut off from most Americans by the...... (read more)

15. CIA Declassifies Presidential Briefings from the 1970s
August 25, 2016

The U.S. Central Intelligence Agency has released 2,500 previously classified daily foreign intelligence briefings given to Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford during the 1970s that shed new light on a crucial era of Cold War and Third World events. Included in the 28,000 pages of documents are nuggets of fascinating information about world affairs, including the controversial Vietnam War that claimed the lives of more than 58,000 U.S. service members. The briefings were given to...... (read more)

16. To Deter Refugees, Norway Readies Fence on ex-Cold War Border
August 24, 2016

Norway is putting up a steel fence at a remote Arctic border post with Russia after an influx of migrants last year, sparking an outcry from refugees' rights groups and fears that cross- border ties with the former Cold War adversary will be harmed. The government says a new gate and a fence, about 200 meters (660 feet) long and 3.5 meters high stretching from the Storskog border point, is needed to tighten security at a northern outpost of Europe's passport-free Schengen...... (read more)

17. Bolivia Opens 'Anti-imperialist' Military School
August 17, 2016

Bolivian President Evo Morales opened a military school on Wednesday which he said would teach an "anti-imperialist" doctrine to counter U.S. policies "based on fear." "The United States created the School of the Americas to indoctrinate the armed forces on pro-imperialism," said Morales, a reference to the Cold War-era U.S. academy that trained Latin American dictators and their military in counter-insurgency and torture techniques. "If the empire...... (read more)

18. Trump Cites Cold War Precedent for Immigrant Test
August 15, 2016

Donald Trump’s call for “extreme” changes in the U.S. immigration system explicitly linked a strategy for combating radical Islam with America’s defeat of Communism during the Cold War - and would establish tougher ideological tests for immigrants than ever before. “In the Cold War, we had an ideological screening test. The time is overdue to develop a new screening test for the threats we face today," the Republican presidential nominee said in a foreign policy speech in Youngstown,...... (read more)

19. Cold War Waste Could Reappear Due to Global Warming
August 04, 2016

Melting ice on the Greenland ice sheet could eventually expose an abandoned U.S. military base that contains hazardous waste, scientists warn. Camp Century was built in 1959 to look into the possibility of deploying nuclear weapons from the Arctic during the Cold War. The base was closed in 1967, with the notion that any hazardous material left there would be encased in ice forever. However, new research suggests the base could be exposed to the environment as early as 2090. It is believed the base may contain biological, chemical and radioactive waste in quantities sufficient to &ldq... (read more)

20. JetBlue to Become First Airline to Operate US-Cuba Flights
July 28, 2016

HAVANA— U.S. budget airline JetBlue Airways Corp said on Thursday it would launch scheduled commercial flights from the United States to Cuba on Aug. 31, ahead of competitors that have also announced departure dates. The former Cold War foes agreed last year to restore regular airline services after more than five decades as part of a broader detente in which they also resumed diplomatic ties. U.S. travel to Cuba was long an expensive and complicated endeavor. Given a U.S. ban on tourism to the island, most Americans could visit only as part of an organized group tour. Even when U.... (read more)

21. On Anniversary, US and Cuba Cite Progress Toward Closer Ties
July 20, 2016

HAVANA/WASHINGTON— Marking the one-year anniversary of the renewal of U.S.-Cuban diplomatic ties, the former Cold War foes said on Wednesday they were working hard on further deepening their detente this year, as the clock ticks down on the Obama administration. Cuban and U.S. representatives will meet this week in Havana to sign a deal on fighting drug trafficking and hold further talks later this month in Washington on their countries' property claims against one another, a senior U.S. State Department official said. "Normalization is a long-term process... but we are makin... (read more)

22. NATO Summit Shows Shift From Reassurance to Deterrence
July 08, 2016

It is being called the most critical NATO summit since the end of the Cold War. Concerns about Moscow’s more assertive, aggressive behavior on NATO’s eastern flank has U.S. officials saying the alliance’s posture is shifting from reassuring member states to deterring Russia. VOA Europe correspondent Luis Ramirez is with U.S. President Barack Obama and has this report from the NATO summit in Warsaw.... (read more)

23. NATO Summit Shows Shift From Reassurance to Deterrence
July 08, 2016

It is being called the most critical NATO summit since the end of the Cold War. Concerns about Moscow’s more assertive, aggressive behavior on NATO’s eastern flank has U.S. officials saying the alliance’s posture is shifting from reassuring member states to deterring Russia. VOA Europe correspondent Luis Ramirez is with U.S. President Barack Obama and has this report from the NATO summit in Warsaw.... (read more)

24. NATO Summit Shows Shift from Reassurance to Deterrence
July 08, 2016

WARSAW— It is being called the most critical NATO summit since the end of the Cold War. U.S. President Barack Obama began two days of crucial meetings in Warsaw Friday with Brexit at the top of his agenda and concerns of what the departure of NATO's other heavy-hitter, Britain, from the EU will mean for the security alliance. The United States has “strong and enduring interest” in a united Europe and everyone has an interest in “minimizing disruptions” as the EU and Britain “forge a new relationship,” Obama said Friday after meeting with EU lead... (read more)

25. NATO-Russia Council to Meet in Possible Move to Ease Tensions
July 06, 2016

BRUSSELS— NATO envoys will hold a further formal meeting with Russia on July 13, days after the alliance's summit in Warsaw, in a sign Washington and Moscow want to defuse tensions in Europe. The forum bringing together Russia and its former Cold War adversary NATO last met in April after an almost two-year hiatus as relations sank to their lowest level in decades over Russia's annexation of Ukraine's Crimea peninsula. The NATO-Russia Council will meet again at ambassadorial level in Brussels next week following the NATO summit in Warsaw in which Western leaders will cemen... (read more)

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