The Russians, yes. A new 3-man ISS crew sent up yesterday on a Soyuz. The two countries are still working together on the space station, although threats are flying. In response to the sanctions over Ukraine, the Russians have threatened to stop selling the NK-33 (aka the Aerojet AJ26-62) and RD-180 engines for any "military" launches. Two of the former engines are used in the first stage of the Orbital Sciences Antares, and one of the latter powers the first stage of the ULA Atlas V. While the Antares doesn't really fly military missions, the Atlas V is a mainstay launcher for the Air Force and the National Reconnaissance Office.