The Kremlin on Friday demanded that Belarus quickly release 33 Russian private security contractors detained on terrorism charges, dismissing the accusations as bogus.
The Kremlin rejected the Mueller report on his investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, calling it inconclusive and damaging.
The Kremlin on Thursday rejected U.S. claims of Russian violations of a landmark nuclear arms treaty, saying it has respected the pact and will continue to do so.
A spokesman for President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday dismissed as an "absolute fantasy" allegations that the Kremlin has collected compromising information about President-elect Donald Trump.
A new Cold War has begun in cyberspace. Trump seems to want detente. But first he should think carefully about how to establish clear norms of deterrence in this new domain.