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Latest Dmitry Rogozin Items
NASA is downplaying a Russian official's statements about an earlier end to cooperation on the International Space Station because of U.S. sanctions on Moscow.
Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said Tuesday his country doesn't intend to use the International Space Station past the year 2020 and that this would effectively exclude the United States from using the orbiting laboratory.
A federal judge has granted an injunction that keeps a Boeing-Lockheed Martin joint venture from procuring Russian-made rocket engines used in some U.S. military satellite launches.
President Obama on Monday slapped Russia with the kinds of economic sanctions not seen since the Cold War, but the administration's supposed hard line was met with mockery and a "collective shrug" in Moscow, Kiev and Washington.
Western countries are behaving in the Islamic world like a "monkey with a grenade," Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin tweeted on Tuesday, as the United States and its allies mull military action against Syria.
Russia is looking at Steven Seagal to be the face of its weapons industry as it guns for first place on the world arms market.
A Russian deputy premier has made a rude statement apparently aimed at Madonna regarding her support for the jailed members of a Russian punk band awaiting a verdict in their trial.
The recent Russian threats to cease crucial cooperation with the United States and statements by Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and Dmitry Rogozin, Russia's special representative for missile defense cooperation with NATO, raised hackles in Washington. Mr. Putin called the United States a "parasite" on the body of the global economy, while Mr. Rogozin claimed that U.S. senators told him U.S. missile defense is aimed at his country.
The control systems of Iran's Bushehr nuclear plant have been penetrated by a computer worm unleashed last year, according to a foreign intelligence report that warns of a possible Chernobyl-like disaster once the site becomes fully operational.