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A year after the start of its pro-European revolution, Ukraine is still battling the communist leader’s ghost.
Russia wants to boost its lagging economy by developing its tech industry, but attracting the key ingredient — people — may be the most difficult part.
Moscow's latest media brand is aimed at securing a victory in the bitter information war with the West.
For Russians, remembering the past is no easy task.
Getting into parliament was the easy part for a new generation of democrats.
As the Kremlin backs separatists in Ukraine, Russian activists calling for 'federalization' are finding out different rules apply at home.
The president and prime minister are expected to announce a coalition after their parties appeared to dominate a parliamentary vote. But it’s not clear how well the new legislature will be able to shoulder its heavy new responsibilities.
Kicking out parliament’s old guard is seen as a critical step toward overhauling the crippled country. That will be the easy part.
As elections approach, spontaneous street protests are becoming a headache for the authorities.
Nationalist writer and activist Zakhar Prilepin shows how many of his countrymen view the conflict next door.
The Russian president is becoming a cult icon like never before.
New measures to regulate the internet and media are expanding the Kremlin’s control.
To them, ‘fascism’ is alive and well in Ukraine.
Ukraine isn’t the only major argument between Moscow and Washington.
It may be cool to campaign for parliament these days. But what does that mean for reforms the country desperately needs?
Even with that whole ‘new Cold War’ thing, the former Soviet capital is undergoing a European-style facelift.
Analysis: Russia has proved remarkably resilient in the face of growing Western criticism.
As Putin keeps the pressure on Ukraine, dissenting artists and performers at home are finding themselves in official crosshairs.
The Kremlin is preparing a new military doctrine to oppose NATO after the Western alliance announced a new rapid reaction force.