Articles by Carol Giacomo

Sanctions Open to Russia-Iran Reactor

  • 19 October 06
  • Reuters
To dissuade Moscow from blocking United Nations action against Iran, Russia would be permitted to work on a nuclear reactor in Iran even if the UN Security Council imposes sanctions on Tehran for its nuclear program, U.S. and European officials said late Tuesday.

Ahmadinejad Confronts Critics at U.S. Meeting

  • 22 September 06
  • Reuters
After railing against U.S. global dominance at the United Nations this week, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad appeared with some of his most-prominent U.S. critics to debate issues including Iran's nuclear program and his denial of the Holocaust.

UN Nonproliferation Talks Create Conflict

  • 04 May 05
  • Reuters
Controversy over the nuclear ambitions of Iran and North Korea dominated the opening of a global disarmament conference this week, with the United States and others telling both countries to give up suspected atomic arms programs.

U.S. Presses Russia to Join Arms Body

  • 29 January 04
  • Reuters
U.S. Undersecretary of State John Bolton arrived in Moscow on Wednesday for talks aimed largely at persuading Russia to formally join a growing alliance of countries prepared to undertake interdictions to halt the trade in weapons of mass destruction, senior U.S. officials said.

Rockets Hit Wolfowitz's Hote

  • 27 October 03
  • Reuters
Anti-U.S. guerrillas blasted the Baghdad hotel where U.S. Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz was staying with a barrage of rockets Sunday, but the No. 2 Pentagon official survived unharmed, U.S. officials said.

U.S. to Pressure Russia Over Iranian Relations

  • 05 December 01
  • Reuters
The U.S. could use sanctions if Russia fails to curb its nuclear and missile cooperation with Iran.

U.S. May Arbitrate in Kashmir

  • 01 November 01
  • Reuters
Kashmir has been a South Asian quagmire that the United States has avoided for decades.

U.S. Officials: Terror War Positive for Caspian

  • 30 October 01
  • Reuters
Russia and its energy firms have shown increasing interest in the U.S.-backed Baku-Ceyhan oil pipeline.

Gephardt: Bush Policies Worrisome

  • 06 August 01
  • Reuters
U.S. Democrat Richard Gephardt is accusing President Bush of a ""go-it-alone"" approach to world affairs.

Bush Speeds Up Plans To Build NMD Shield

  • 13 July 01
  • Reuters
The Bush administration outlined details of a program to develop multi-layered missile defenses.

Mr. Bush Meets Mr. Putin

  • 14 June 01
  • Reuters
U.S. President George W. Bush sits down for the first time with President Vladimir Putin on Saturday.

Carnegie Urges Bold U.S. Policy Moves on Russia

  • 09 December 00
  • Reuters
The next U.S. president should take bold steps to mend Washington's frayed ties with Moscow, a prominent think tank said.

U.S. Aware of Russian Corruption 'All Along'

Congress Likely to Reject Clinton's Extra Russia Aid

U.S. to Lift Sanctions On Firms

U.S. Bids to Win Over Niyazov on a Pipeline

Concerned U.S. Keeps Eye on Moscow-Belgrade Arms Trade

Albright: Balkan War Criminals Will Face Trial

Albright Visits U.K., Honors Churchill

U.S. Voicing More Kremlin Concerns

NATO Slates Summit on Growth, Russia Pact

Soros: Aid Record Poor In Republics

Russia, China Said Slowing Test Treaty

U.S., Israel Progress On Terrorism Pact

Russia, China Top U.S. Report On Rights

Holbrooke Retirement Leaves Peace Unfinished

Clinton to Premier: 'Stay the Course' on Reforms

U.S. Experts Wary Over Successor To Kozyrev

Claes Slams Russian Objections

Expected Deal on Sale Of Arms to Iran Snags