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Russia and the Taliban: Business as Usual

The American Spectator 06 Jul 2020
The result is the latest political firestorm accusing the president of ignoring that report rather than taking any action against Russia and being too soft on Russian President-for-Life Vladimir Putin ... The February peace deal with the Taliban is, if anything, worse than the latest “soft on Russia” stories.
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Wärtsilä's (WRTBF) CEO Jaakko Eskola on Q2 2019 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

Seeking Alpha 19 Jul 2019
Here in Helsinki Wärtsilä campus, I have, as usual, the Board of Management, and Natalia and Emilia from Investor Relations ... And the demand, if you look at by business area, we have now downgraded our prospect, from solid in both businesses to soft ... We haven’t started to open up what’s solid and soft and so on finally.
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Moscow rejects Mueller findings of political meddling in US

The Irish Times 25 Mar 2019
Mr Trump met criticism for being too soft on Mr Putin after one-on-one talks with the Russian president in Helsinki last July and has since refused further meetings ... Mr Putin remained interested in having a good relationship with America, but following the Helsinki meeting the “ball was in the US court”, Mr Peskov said. US sanctions ... ...     ... .
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Beto O’Rourke: Beyond a shadow of a doubt, Trump sought to collude with Russia

Hot Air 23 Mar 2019
We all watched that disgraceful Helsinki press conference, right? The president’s so soft on Russia that he trusts Putin’s assurances over his own intel bureau’s assessments ... One reason why the Helsinki presser was such a sensation among Trump-skeptics was that it seemed to corroborate the central thesis of Russiagate.
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Nokia sees bumpy 2019 growth due to timing of 5G rollouts

Yahoo Daily News 31 Jan 2019
HELSINKI (Reuters) - Telecoms equipment maker Nokia forecast a soft first half on Thursday after beating fourth-quarter profit and sales expectations ... "We expect 2019 to have a soft first half followed by a much more robust second half," CEO Rajeev Suri said in a statement.
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