American President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin met yesterday in Hamburg, Germany, in conjunction with the annual G20 Summit. In a meeting that lasted for more
As the 2016 election has drawn on, more and more accusations have been leveled at the Russian government for allegedly hacking into both the Democratic National Committee’s servers
The stakes have never been higher than in the rising tensions between the United States and Russia than they are right now, with diplomatic communications between the two
Following a Tuesday confirmation of the death of Mohammad al-Adnani, Russia’s defense ministry took credit for the killing of the prominent ISIS leader. American defense officials, however, have
Earlier this month, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed into law a bill that offer free tracts of land in Russia’s far east to those willing to resettle there.
Days after several associates of Russian President Vladimir Putin were implicated in the use of Panamanian shell companies to hide money offshore, Mr. Putin dismissed the Panama Papers
Russian Economic Development Minister Alexei Ulyukayev this week received expressions of interest from major banks regarding a plan to privatize portions of Russian state-owned business assets. Mr. Ulyukayev
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday announced that his country would begin withdrawing its military personnel from Syria beginning on Tuesday. The announcement was made on the same
On Tuesday, Iranian Defense minister Hossein Deghan met with both Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin and Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow. Details of the meetings were
According to a recent statement from Vice Admiral Clive Johnstone of the British Royal Navy, Russian submarine activity in the North Atlantic Ocean has spiked to levels similar
Andrey Lugovoy, a former member of the KGB recently accused of poisoning another ex-KBG operative in the United Kingdom, will now be creating a television series based parodying
Following a meeting with US Secretary of State John Kerry in Zurich on Wednesday, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov told reporters that he believed Syrian peace talks must
During an interview with a German news service, Russian President Vladimir Putin declined to answer whether or not Syrian President Bashar al-Assad would be granted asylum in Russia.
According to a statement made by an official from the Russian Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation, Russian arms exports in 2015 exceeded $15 billion in total value. The
As part of a diplomatic visit to Moscow by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Russia and India yesterday agreed to an oil shipping deal that will involve 10
In retaliation to an impending free trade deal between Ukraine and the EU, Russia has announced that it will be placing new tariffs on Ukrainian goods exported to
Representatives of European Union member nations voted on Friday to extend a group of already instituted sanctions against Russia until June 31, 2016. The extension will become official
Arseny Yatseniuk, the prime minister of Ukraine, has announced that his country will be halting payment on $3.5 billion worth of government bond debt to Russia. The eurobond
Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov has said that he believes oil prices could drop as low as $30 in 2016. The statement comes after oil reached a seven
On Sunday, a near-collision between a Russian ship and a Turkish fishing boat prompted the warship to fire warning shots to signal the Turkish vessel to change course.
Earlier this week, reports from sources in Syria indicated the presence of a Russian submarine off of Syria’s Mediterranean coast. On Tuesday, Russian Defense Minster Sergei Shoigu officially
With wars raging in the Middle East and economic fluctuations occurring on a global scale, it is often easy to overlook the regions of our globe that are
During remarks made at his annual speech before government leaders in Moscow on the state of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin announced that further measures would be taken
In public statements made in Moscow today, the Russian defense ministry accused Turkey of purchasing oil from the Islamic State, contributing to the group’s funding. The accusations went