Sep 09 2016
Carter's complaints, like so many others in recent months, centered around supposition and allegations, claiming that Russia's support for the Syrian government means they are "prolonging" the war, and similarly making the conflict "more risky".
"We don't seek an enemy in Russia", Carter said, according to various media. This assurance likely rings preposterously false in Moscow, as the USA continues to add troops in Eastern Europe.
He cites progress the countries made together in the aftermath of the Cold War, but says Russian Federation now "appears driven by misguided ambition and misplaced fear".
"That is true before the Brexit vote and it is true today after the Brexit vote", Carter said. When the war against the Islamic State is over, "collectively we will remember who failed to show up for the fight".
Carters comments came as the US and Russian Federation pursue a negotiated ceasefire in Syria, which Obama and Putin discussed on the sidelines of the G20 Summit in China on Monday.
Carter said the USA and United Kingdom would like to work more closely with Russia, and while "the door remains open", the U.S.is taking a "strong and balanced approach.to deter Russian aggression against our allies".
Carter said the USA was also working with the SDF, which is made up of forces including the PKK/PYD.
Malaysia-bound AirAsia X plane ends up in Melbourne
The problem actually began with faulty earmuffs, which prompted the pilot and first officer to swap their usual pre-flight checks. However, when autopilot engaged at 410 feet, it tracked the plane left, toward the flight path of another runway.
North Korea's education minister executed, South Korean officials report
Kim Jong-un has executed a senior North Korean official by firing squad because he did not sit properly during a meeting. The source , however, said if true, it would mark a new series of measures by leader Kim Jong Un to discipline top aides.
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The town saw no reason to lift the decree as the ruling wasn't aimed specifically at it, a press spokesman told CNN . The State Council heard arguments from the Human Rights League and an anti-Islamophobia group (CCIF).
Citing Russia's "unprofessional behaviour" in the air, space and cyberspace, Carter said: "Russia appears driven by misguided ambitions and misplaced fears". It lashes out, alleging that it fears for its own viability and future, even though no nation - not the United States, not the United Kingdom - seeks to defeat it or constrain its potential.
"And it certainly does not change how we will partner together to meet the challenges and seize the opportunities and defend the principle of order in a rapidly-changing world and amidst new threats to the trans-Atlantic community", he added.
Carter highlighted two primary challenges during his speech: a more aggressive Russian Federation that seeks to "erode the worldwide order" and the threat of terrorism as the Islamic State group metastasizes.
Some NATO members, particularly the Baltic states that border Russian Federation, have voiced concern about Moscow's aggressive moves in the Ukraine as a sign of Russia's larger territorial ambitions.
"Let me be clear. And we will not ignore attempts to interfere with our democratic processes".
Asked whether he had been referring specifically to the US presidential election, he said: "It's not a concern in the United States only; it's a common concern" throughout Europe.
The secretary and minister discussed Turkey's recent successes against ISIL in Northern Syria, said Cook, adding that Carter assured Işık of the United States' continued support for Turkey's efforts to clear ISIL from its borders.
Sep 09 2016
110 people stuck in cable cars at Mont Blanc in Alps
The scenic cable-car journey is 5 km long and usually takes 35 minutes, but passengers have been stuck there for about two hours. The riders were left hanging at almost 10,000 feet over the Mont Blanc glaciers in the Chamonix region in eastern France.
Sep 08 2016
HP Enterprise nears deal to sell software division
The stock price is trading upbeat from its 200 days moving average with 29.96% and up from 50 days moving average with 6.64%. The share price is now 1.84 percent versus its SMA20, 8.61 percent versus its SMA50, and 32.4 percent versus its SMA200.
Sep 07 2016
Kylie Jenner Has Platinum Blonde Hair
While Kylie has yet to reveal the final look, there's a good chance it just might not be ready yet. Instead, she was inspired by Kourtney's platinum blonde dyed job from when she was a teenager.
Sep 06 2016
Willy Wonka star Gene Wilder dies at 83
But when I think of Gene, I am lucky to remember him as more than the brilliant performer who brought the world so much joy. Wilder had once turned down a request to appear on The Late Late Show , but did it in a rather "poetic" fashion.
Sep 06 2016
In Detroit, Bill Clinton warns of Trump economic policies
Clinton arrived in OH aboard a new blue-and-white Boeing 737 campaign plane emblazoned with her slogan, "Stronger Together". Her 25-minute question-and-answer session was her first extensive availability with reporters since early December.
Sep 05 2016
'Ae Dil...' teaser highlights complexities of unrequited love
And why not? With a stellar star cast and a compelling storyline, Karan Johar is all set to cook up a storm with his next film. The first posters of Ae Dil Hai Mushkil are attractive and has increased expectations through the trailer/ teaser.
Sep 05 2016
Brock Turner walks after three months in jail
The sheriff there said postcards will be mailed to nearby homeowners to alert them that a sex offender lives in the area. Deputies also will check on Turner without warning to ensure he has not moved without permission from authorities.
Sep 04 2016
State Releases Decisions on Health Insurance Rate Increases
Let's apply Barack Obama's 2009 measure and get rid of the system that has forced prices up while driving choice and quality down. But since they stopped being a way to funnel money to the struggling insurance industry, they've fallen off the media radar.
Sep 03 2016
An emotional Bill Clinton eyes possible exit from foundation
If these are not sufficient reasons to disqualify Hillary Clinton from the office she seeks, then 2 X 3 = 7, and God help us. The possibility of powerful lobbies exerting their influence over decision-makers is thus evident.
Sep 03 2016
Turner's release met by some protesters
Two graduate students saw Turner assaulting a partially clothed woman behind a trash bin and interrupted the attack. Turner's victim, identified as "Emily Doe", made a powerful statement at his sentencing that drew global attention.
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