Is There an Association Between Video Game Playing and Aggression?

Video games are a popular form of entertainment for millions of people worldwide. Like the many people that play them, video games are available in all sorts of niches, from sports to battle-themed games, and many more. However, a common
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‘We’re Not Giving Up on Crimea,’ US Defense Official Says

VOA Carla Babb Nearly two years after Russia’s annexation of Crimea, the territory remains under Russian control, and in the eastern part of Ukraine there has been an uptick in the fighting. VOA Pentagon correspondent Carla Babb discussed the issue with Michael Carpenter, deputy assistant secretary of defense with responsibilities for (more...)

Russia Pushing Limits of International Order, General Says

By Lisa Ferdinando Army News Service This article previously appeared on the Defense Department website on November 5. Russia is “pushing on the limits of international order,” the chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff said November 5. Russian President Vladimir Putin and Russia in general are pushing the limits (more...)

Kerry: ISIL a Threat to Russia, Too

By Scott Stearns VOA News This article originally was posted to the Voice of America website on September 11. Jeddah, Saudia Arabia — U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and the U.S. administration are disappointed by Russia’s initial reaction to President Obama’s speech on the Islamic State of Iraq and (more...)

Kerry Warns Russia to Stop Separatist Actions in Eastern Ukraine

By Merle David Kellerhals Jr. Staff Writer Secretary of State John Kerry warned Russia to end its separatist actions in eastern Ukraine or face tough new economic sanctions. In congressional testimony, Kerry said the United States and its allies are willing to impose severe new sanctions on Russia against key (more...)

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