Russia has blocked a draft resolution at the United Nations condemning last week’s toxic gas attack in Syria.
Vladimir Putin says Russia has information that the US is planning to launch new missile strikes on Syria. The Russian president also says there are plans to fake chemical weapons attacks in Syria.
Perhaps Paris’ most well-known landmark, the Eiffel Tower will turn off its lights at midnight on Tuesday, as a mark of respect to the victims of Monday’s explosion on the St Petersburg metro…
Lithuania's intelligence service has raised the alarm in a report but its concerns have been dismissed by the Kremlin as 'Russophobia'
By Des Browne, Wolfgang Ischinger, Igor S. Ivanov, Sam Nunn The chasm between Russia and the West appears to be wider now than at any point since
The US is not ready to work with Russia militarily, Defence Secretary James Mattis has said.
Lithuania says the build-up of NATO troops near its border with Russia sends a clear message about the alliance's power in the Baltics.
By Anders Åslund, senior fellow at the Atlantic Council in Washington After more than two years of economic contraction, Russia seems to have
By Radu Magdin, analyst, vice-president of the Strategikon think tank. He was advisor to the Romanian Prime Minister Irrespective of how one looks
The change of administration at the White House has led to speculation about the possible lifting of US sanctions against Russia over its incursion into Crimea.
By Dmitri Trenin, director of the Carnegie Moscow Center The inauguration of Donald Trump does not require a complete overhaul of Russian policy
Ukrainian politician and former World Boxing Council heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko says the Ukraine conflict is being controlled by forces outside the country and without money and weapons com
"Step by step, whenever opportunities present themselves, the Kremlin is ready to use all means at its disposal to regain what it considers its own...", A VIEW by Carl Bildt
NATO is deploying armour and troops in Poland for its biggest military exercises in years, but Moscow has called the move an agressive step threatening Russian national security.
Exiled dissident Mikhail Khordorkovsky has told the European Parliament that the EU needs to do more to connect with ordinary Russian people.
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The EU faces a tough short-term future with Russia, Brexit and migrants all snapping away at unity, which the latest summit hopes to repair.
“Russia must withdraw all occupational forces from Ukraine” – this was one of the main demands from the participants of worldwide protests organized by the campaign “StopPutinsWarInUkraine…
EU economic sanctions against Russia are to remain in place for another six months.
The president of the European Commission has defended his decision to attend the St.
EU sanctions against Russia, which were due to expire in a few weeks, now look set to continue According to diplomatic sources who spoke to AFP, the European Union could renew sanctions for another si
Russian lorries are facing a tortuous journey to Europe because of separate disputes with Poland and Ukraine. Hundreds have been stuck at three
The widow of murdered former KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko wants all Russian agents expelled from the UK, following a report blaming the Russian
President Vladimir Putin probably approved a Russian intelligence operation to murder former KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko. That’s the conclusion of
Thousands of protesters have taken to the streets of the Moldovan capital Chisinau, to vent their anger over the appointment of Prime Minister Pavel
The EU is piling pressure on Russia to end its aerial bombing campaign in Syria. Foreign ministers, who have been meeting in Luxembourg, are warning