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Arshad Mohammed

Exclusive: U.S. carves out exceptions for foreigners dealing with IRGC

21 Apr 2019

By Lesley Wroughton, Arshad Mohammed, Jonathan Landay and Phil Stewart

Exclusive: Dispute flares among U.S. officials over Trump administration Iran arms control report - sources

18 Apr 2019

WASHINGTON A new Trump administration report on international compliance with arms control accords provoked a dispute with U.S. intelligence agencies and some State Department officials concerned that the document politicizes and slants assessments about Iran, five sources with knowledge of the matter said.

Officials puzzle over U.S. aid cuts to Central America

02 Apr 2019

WASHINGTON People inside and outside the Trump administration scrambled on Monday to figure out what aid it plans to cut from three Central American nations and how that is a good idea given that much of the money aims to curb migration.

Officials puzzle over U.S. aid cuts to Central America

02 Apr 2019

WASHINGTON People inside and outside the Trump administration scrambled on Monday to figure out what aid it plans to cut from three Central American nations and how that is a good idea given that much of the money aims to curb migration.

Treaty's end would give U.S., Russia impetus to make more nukes: study

02 Apr 2019

WASHINGTON The demise of the only U.S.-Russia arms control pact limiting deployed nuclear weapons would make it harder for each to gauge the other's intentions, giving both incentives to expand their arsenals, according to a study released on Monday.

U.S. looks to test ground-launched cruise missile in August

14 Mar 2019

WASHINGTON The United States aims to test a ground-launched cruise missile with a range of about 1,000 km (620 miles) in August, a Pentagon official said on Wednesday, after Washington announced last month it plans to withdraw from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty.

U.S. to start making parts for ground-launched cruise missile systems

12 Mar 2019

WASHINGTON The United States will start initial production on parts for ground-launched cruise missile systems, the Pentagon said on Monday, after Washington announced it plans to withdraw from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty.

Some sighs of relief in Washington as Trump returns empty handed from Kim summit

01 Mar 2019

WASHINGTON Among some U.S. officials, congressional aides, analysts and others who track North Korea, there was a sigh of relief on Thursday as President Donald Trump headed home empty handed from his talks with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Vietnam.

Some sighs of relief in Washington as Trump returns empty handed from Kim summit

01 Mar 2019

WASHINGTON Among some U.S. officials, congressional aides, analysts and others who track North Korea, there was a sigh of relief on Thursday as President Donald Trump headed home empty handed from his talks with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Vietnam.

Questions linger over Deripaska's Rusal influence after U.S. deal

04 Feb 2019

MOSCOW/WASHINGTON The U.S. Treasury believes it can curb the influence of Oleg Deripaska over aluminium giant Rusal despite concerns the Russian oligarch may still be able to pull the strings of his business empire from behind the scenes.

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