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When citizens become patients, the country's growing economic divide is painfully evident.
The man spearheading Vladimir Putin’s political repression is becoming one of Russia’s most powerful figures.
The birthplace of the Kalashnikov is looking to new markets to make up for shrinking military sales. You may be surprised where most exported AK-47s end up.
President Barack Obama took office saying he’d try to improve Cold War-like ties with Moscow. But despite some success, anti-Americanism is on the rise again.
However, the country's leaders may find Mitt Romney’s confrontational stance more useful.
The Kremlin is fighting an antitrust case that strikes at the heart of Moscow’s strategy to build economic and political influence in Europe.
Under fire in a sustained clampdown by the authorities, organizers hope to rekindle the anti-Kremlin movement this weekend.
A legal campaign appears to show a methodical crackdown against Kremlin critics.
Not punk rockers but prankster artists, its members await their verdict next week.
Human rights groups have condemned measures to criminalize slander and label some NGOs "foreign agents."