FILE - Ukraine's President Viktor Yanukovych.
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Lawmakers, analysts wonder whether White House has done enough to prevent, counteract Russia’s moves in Crimea
Events in Ukraine have reignited debate in Washington about President Barack Obama’s foreign policy and whether his administration suffers from a fundamental naïveté about the goals and motives of America’s adversaries. VOA’s Michael Bowman reports.
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Against backdrop of Russian actions in Ukraine, experts say Russia’s increasing economic, military influence in impoverished former Soviet state can be major strategic gain for Moscow
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Such issues as Iran’s nuclear program, Syria’s civil war and Afghanistan all could be viewed from a different perspective for the United States as a result of this situation
Russia’s invasion of the Crimean Peninsula could have a major impact on U.S. foreign policy regarding such issues as Iran’s nuclear program, Syria’s civil war and Afghanistan. Analysts say NATO also must consider changes to counter Russian troop movements in Ukraine. VOA's Meredith Buel reports.
U.S. State Department says as of Friday, less than one-third of Syria's chemical weapons materials have been moved out of country, and government has missed two intermediate milestones
Several experts disagree, however, on whether those comparisons are accurate
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While Moscow still claims the troops who have taken control of much of Crimea are local self-defense forces, their activities have drawn comparisons with Nazi Germany's occupation of Poland and Czechoslovakia, and with the U.S. invasion of Iraq. VOA's Kent Klein reports several experts disagree.
The U.S. economy continues to show signs of resilience. Despite severe winter conditions last month, employers added 175,000 jobs, picking up the pace of hiring after two months of sluggish job growth. As Mil Arcega reports for VOA, though, others worry the U.S. labor pool is getting smaller.
New York social welfare group is training doormen about early signs of problem so they can detect and report it
As the world marks International Women's Day March 8, some women say the best way to improve conditions for their sisters, and their families, is through better education in the so-called STEM subjects -- science, technology, engineering and mathematics. VOA's Mariama Diallo reports.
Ukraine crisis strains an already uncomfortable relationship, but is it 1962 all over again?