Vladimir Putin has slammed the West, sanctions and politics of containment that "will fail" in his annual parliamentary address,
insisting that Russia is strong.
Recent events in Ukraine, notably Russia’s annexation of Crimea, have reopened questions about the future of Transnistria.
The tiny pro-Russian
Russia’s lower house of parliament on Thursday overwhelmingly approved a treaty to annex Crimea from Ukraine, leaving just one legal obstacle for the
A Russian court on Friday placed opposition leader Alexei Navalny under house arrest for at least two months and barred him from using the internet
After weeks of negativity about security and costs, the Winter Games came to a close in Sochi on Sunday with initial criticism giving way to stories
In this edition of Reporter euronews is in Moldova. Sandwiched between Romania and Ukraine, this former Soviet republic is facing a choice between
All eyes are on Sochi as the Black Sea resort gears up for the forthcoming Olympics, but Russia’s first winter Games remain mired in controversy
President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych attended the EU Eastern Partnership summit in Vilnius, Lithuania, still saying his country is not interested
On the outskirts of Moscow, Masha Gessen is preparing dinner for her friends and family. She is an openly gay Russian-American journalist, who has
In this interview, Maria Lipman, a political analyst at the Carnegie Moscow Centre talks about why Russia’s anti-gay laws are supported by a majority
In this interview Masha Gessen talks about why Putin has stamped his seal of approval on banning homosexual propagand to minors but also why she
Does political opposition in Russia have a new leader with realistic chances of challenging the status quo? Alexei Navalny’s campaign slogan in his
Almost 90 Russians, including children, have returned to Moscow from Damascus. Russian citizens in Syria are being evacuated ahead of possible
Russia in recent weeks has clashed with the European Union and the United States over international policies. Of key note are the civil war in Syria
Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev says Russian president-elect Vladimir Putin will have to make democratic reforms in the face of opposition
The certainty surrounding Vladimir Putin’s presidential victory has once again led to widespread allegations that the vote was a fix.
So much so
In the current Russian presidential campaign – already unique with its unprecedented backdrop of civil activism – Mikhail Prokhorov definitely stands
Euronews Chris Burns leads a discussion on the forthcoming elections in Russia.
Chris Burns: “Hello I am Chris Burns and welcome to The Network
On the streets of Moscow, a blanket of snow hides a political storm slowly brewing in Russia.
The boiling point was last December’s parliamentary
Protesters in St.Petersburg denounce Russia’s political ‘tandem’ (filmed by Anastassia Zlatopolskaia)
The Russian president Dmitry Medvedev has told euronews he believes the Syrian government is using disproportionate force against pro-democracy