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The unusual reluctance comes after years of toxic relations between him and Mr. Obama, culminating in an acrid public feud over the American-brokered nuclear agreement with Iran.
The Secretary of State's office conducted a limited review of the brokered sales in September 2015 after receiving a hotline complaint about favoritism.
The Astana talks are the outcome of a Russian-brokered cease-fire throughout Syria that began at the end of December.
Israel’s conservative settlement supporters and their American backers rejoiced at the selection, while believers in a Palestinian state and the American-brokered peace process were perplexed and close to despair.
MOSCOW — President Trump’s one-time Russian business partner sought Wednesday to distance himself from political fallout as the Trump administration struggles with a growing scandal over an apparent attempt to seek Russian-brokered election dirt.
While a Russian-brokered cease-fire halted the fighting, international mediators have failed to forge a peace deal since then.
In New York City, David Rockefeller led Chase Manhattan bank and brokered deals that shaped the city skyline.
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