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Belarus displayed modest but stable growth during past couple of months.
However, future prospects for growth remain uncertain, given the deteriorating economic situation in Russia along with the desire of the authorities to carry out several growth stimulating policies.
Russians left wondering whether the good times under Vladimir Putin are over as 17% interest rates fail to save the day
The liberal order could fall apart just as suddenly as the USSR. If we want it to survive, we have to learn from what happened in Russia
The theory behind recent U.S. sanctions is that pressuring Putin's rich friends equates to pressuring Putin.
Sanctions should not be thought of as worthwhile because they’re necessarily strategically effective but because it’s morally abhorrent to be complicit in supporting Putinism, Masha Gessen writes.
Robin Wright on the announcement of U.S. economic sanctions against a group of Russian oligarchs and Kremlin officials.
Oleksander Tuchynov to hold position until May elections, with Viktor Yanukovych’s whereabouts unknown
Staff profile for Christopher S. Chivvis, Associate Director, International Security and Defense Policy Center; Affiliate Faculty, Pardee RAND Graduate School; Senior Political Scientist at the RAND Corporation.
The Friday move to impose sanctions marks one of the administration's most aggressive actions against Russia, including sanctions against several oligarchs with ties to Vladimir Putin.
• Parliamentary speaker Oleksandr Turchynov voted in • MPs impeach Yanukovych, who goes to ground • Elections set for 25 May • Susan Rices warns Russia not to send troops
Interim government signals that it will push for European integration as Russia recalls ambassador for 'consultation'
THE Government has met the challenge of Salisbury clearly, firmly and deliberately. The response of the international community simply underpins the resolution they have shown in dealing with this crisis.
Russia is seizing on the revelation to restate its claim the spy poisoning is being used to "vilify" Moscow.
Of course Trump isn’t a traitor. But being an utter dupe is almost as bad.
Vil Mirzayanov had a simple reaction to the Russian ambassador’s denial that Moscow ever developed the novichok nerve agent. “He’s lying,” he says. “But Russia has been lying about novichoks for a very long time.”The Russian scientist was part of the “very well developed operation to conceal novicho
Nearly half of Russia's revenue comes from oil and gas, and Moscow is still facing crippling sanctions over its actions in Crimea and Ukraine.
Donald Trump is set to hit Russia with a new wave of economic sanctions on Thursday, with oligarchs close to Vladimir Putin expected to be affected.
Special counsel Robert Mueller may be shifting his focus from Paul Manafort's Ukraine lobbying work to potential collusion with Russia.
A day earlier, the president said we weren’t in a trade war with China.
Konstantin V. Kilimnik, a 47-year-old former Russian military interpreter, is nicknamed “the midget.” But he’s looming large in the special counsel’s inquiry.