Russia names Voice of America, Radio Free Europe-Radio Liberty and seven affiliated news media as foreign agents.
The move comes in retaliation for U.S. actions against the RT news network.
- Washington Post
- Russia names Voice of America, Radio Free Europe-Radio Liberty and seven affiliated news media as foreign agents. This is in retaliation to the U.S. Justice Department requiring Russia Today to register as a foreign agent.
- Russia names Voice of America, Radio Free Europe-Radio Liberty and seven affiliated news media as foreign agents.
- The United States and Russia begin fighting over the extradition of Yevgeniy Nikulin, who was detained in October 2016 in the Czech Republic, after the U.S. Justice Department issued an international arrest warrant for him. However, soon after the U.S. issued its arrest warrant, Russian authorities also sought his extradition. The Russian charge accuses Nikulin of stealing from an online money transfer company back in 2009.
- The United States releases a list of 39 Russian military companies and intelligence agencies targeted by economic sanctions under the Countering America's Adversaries Through Sanctions Act.
- The United States State Department orders Russia to close the Consulate-General in San Francisco and two other buildings by September 2, 2017, invoking "parity" over a Russian measure in July.
- The United States Senate passed by an overwhelming majority a bill ramping-up sanctions against Russia and against Iran. Language in the measure also reaffirms United States' commitment to NATO.
- The United States expels 35 Russian diplomats over the alleged Russian interference during the U.S.'s 2016 presidential election.