Why Russia-Turkey Rapprochement Could Cripple Crimea’s Tourism Industry As Erdogan And Putin Kiss And Make Up
Russian resorts could lose business as Russian tourists look set to return to Turkey after Vladimir Putin announced travel sanctions had been lifted Wednesday.
Istanbul Attack Delays Restoration Of Russia-Turkey Relations And Further Weakens Struggling Turkish Tourism Sector
Dozens of deaths in an attack at Istanbul airport Tuesday is likely to delay the rapprochement between Turkey and Russia.
Russian officials predict Britain’s exit from the European Union will lead to a weaker EU and an easing of sanctions.
International credit rating agencies are leaving as Russia sets up its own, breaking from S&P, Moody's and Fitch.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says he’s baffled about Brexit but some officials see foreign policy openings.
Economic recession and an approaching election are fueling changes among Russia’s elites. Here’s how those closest to the president are faring.
Russia Foreign Ministry Slams Homophobic Reaction To Orlando Shooting Despite Poor Record On Gay Rights
The Foreign Ministry attacked people who said the LGBT victims in Orlando deserved to die, despite Russia's own repressive laws.
Russian lobbying has exacerbated splits in the European Union over sanctions on Moscow.
Stanislav Klikh and Nikolai Karpyukh were sentenced to two decades behind bars for allegedly fighting alongside Chechen rebels in the 1990s.
Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko was welcomed in Kiev on Wednesday after being released in a prisoner exchange with Russia.
Russia reportedly released Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko in exchange for two Russian special forces officers.
Russia’s car sales fell 8.5 percent in April from a year earlier — to their lowest level in a decade — as the industry continues to feel the impact of the country’s recession.
Nongovernmental organizations that address social problems like HIV are now in the Kremlin’s firing line — under a law signed by Vladimir Putin.
“I wanted my mother to take part today,” said Lyudmilla Vetrova. Her mother helped build the defenses that protected Moscow from Nazi forces in 1941.
Maestro Valery Gergiev and Russia's Marinsky Theater will host a concert in the ancient city of Palmyra.
Many of the nation’s citizens spend more than half their income on food as they battle the effects of inflation and declining wages. Nearly 20 million live in poverty.
Instability in the South Caucasus region has prompted nervousness in Armenia over the future of its relationship with Russia.
A blast in the capital, Yerevan, on Monday killed two people and injured eight.
George Clooney spent several days in Armenia to mark the mass killings of Armenians during the First World War.
High inflation and falling real wages mean Russians are spending over 50 percent of their incomes on food for the first time in almost a decade.
Seven highlights from the Russian president’s annual, and highly stage-managed, question-and-answer session.
Negotiations over a new government seem near to conclusion after the resignation of Prime Minister Arseny Yatsenyuk.
The Kremlin has taken a leading role in efforts to end the worst violence in the Nagorno-Karabakh region since 1994.
Its recession is likely to be more severe than was originally predicted, according to the World Bank, thanks to plummeting oil prices and sanctions.
Reports allege that cellist Sergei Roldugin and property agent Grigory Baevsky are informal fixers for Russian President Vladimir Putin, running shadowy financial schemes.
The documents released by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists Sunday allegedly show close associates of Vladimir Putin channeled $2 billion through a series of shell companies.
Officials and state-owned media were silent Monday on the money-laundering allegations against President Vladimir Putin and others contained in the Panama Papers.
A group of Russian activists are pushing for the U.K. government to change the rules on anonymous ownership of real estate.
Explosions on consecutive days in the southern Russian region of Dagestan, reportedly claimed by the Islamic State group, killed a police officer and injured several.
Russian Special Forces and aircraft remain heavily engaged in fighting alongside troops loyal to the government of Syrian President Bashar Assad.