The United States and Russia are engaged in a new Cold War, and a new, more dangerous one at that.
But in this new Cold.
War, there is no military resolution to the current crisis, which has left the American people in a precarious position.
The president, who took office two weeks ago, has tried to find a way out of this standoff, a new round of sanctions against Russia, and more sanctions on Iran, Venezuela and North Korea.
However, the United Nations Security Council, which is tasked with finding a solution to the crisis, has so far failed to find any agreement to a resolution to a crisis that has left thousands of people dead.
What is going on?
Russia’s President Vladimir Putin has repeatedly claimed that he can find a diplomatic solution to this crisis.
He has accused the United states and its allies of being behind the crisis.
But the United State has been unable to resolve this crisis diplomatically with Russia.
The situation is complicated by the fact that the two countries have different priorities.
The United State sees its primary geopolitical goal as securing its own sphere of influence, and its second objective is to prevent the collapse of the Russian economy.
In the face of the crisis in Ukraine, Russia has been seeking to expand its sphere of control in the eastern part of the country, where the Ukrainian army is now fighting the separatists.
This expansion has brought the United Republics military into a state of conflict with Russia, with both countries accusing each other of aggression.
In Ukraine, Putin has continued to accuse the United Kingdom of “inciting war” in the country by conducting airstrikes on separatist positions in eastern Ukraine.
The Russian military has been actively engaging in the conflict in Ukraine.
Russian forces have conducted airstrikes in Ukraine and in Crimea, which the Ukrainian government had seized from the separatists, and they have launched airstrikes in Syria.
Since the beginning of the year, Russian military intervention in the Ukraine has been accompanied by numerous airstrikes in the separatist-held regions of Donetsk, Luhansk and other areas.
The conflict in the Donetsk region is ongoing, but Russia has repeatedly attacked the Ukrainian military in order to force the separatists to withdraw their military out of the region.
In the Ukraine, the military has made gains against the separatists in recent weeks.
The Ukrainian military, however, is still in control of a large portion of the territory and has no intention of allowing Russia to take the entire country.
The United States, which currently has a sizable military presence in the region, has repeatedly warned Russia against further escalation in Ukraine but has refused to impose sanctions on Russia.
In December, the US imposed sanctions on Russian officials and companies that are suspected of supporting separatists in the war in the east of Ukraine.
The White House said that the US is not in a position to impose additional sanctions on Moscow, despite its alleged involvement in the ongoing conflict in eastern and southern Ukraine.
However, according to the White House, it is “not at this time in the Russian government’s interest to make any further concessions in this conflict, given the continued Russian support for the separatists.”
The sanctions are likely to be effective, since the Ukrainian and Russian militaries have become increasingly close and Russia has not made a single substantive move to end the conflict.
While the United Sates military has shown that it is capable of engaging in airstrikes, it has not demonstrated that it can also conduct a campaign of airpower in support of the separatists and its Russian allies in the rebel-held territory.
In an attempt to resolve the crisis through diplomatic channels, the Obama administration has repeatedly offered a series of proposals to Russia, most notably a deal on Crimea that the Russian President Vladimir Vladmir Putin signed with Crimean President Sergei Aksyonov in late September.
At the time of signing the agreement, Putin called it a “historic step” in restoring the Crimean peninsula to Russian control.
the agreement has not yet been implemented and Crimea is still under a temporary status of “separatist” status, which means that the region has become part of Russia and is under Russian control, and that Russian citizens in Crimea can’t move to other parts of Russia.
Russian President Vladimir Trump is still considering a diplomatic agreement with Putin.
President Trump, however.
has rejected the offer and called on the Ukrainian Government to accept the agreement.
However, this proposal has also sparked controversy in the United Congress.
In response, Republican members of Congress have said that if the deal is implemented, the Russian military will move to Crimea and then take control of the entire peninsula.
Some Democrats have also been vocal in their criticism of the proposal, saying that the United Nation Security Council must act to prevent this from happening.
What does all of this mean?
The Russian and Ukrainian governments have been attempting to resolve their respective crises through a diplomatic approach, and this is an effort that is unlikely to succeed.
Russia has consistently sought to gain greater influence over Ukraine, and has engaged in numerous covert operations to do