As Russian officials blame Western NGOs for protests that have swept the Armenian capital in recent days, analysts argued that Moscow only has itself to blame for its loss of influence in the former Soviet space.
People in the West are willing to doubt the mainstream not because RT exhorts them to "question more," but because they already believe their media lies to them, writes columnist Mark Galeotti.
As Russia's retaliatory ban on select Western food imports nears its one-year mark, the Kremlin is trumpeting the embargo as a major opportunity for growth in Russian agriculture.
Russia wants to question former oil executive Mikhail Khodorkovsky as a suspect in a murder case that has been reopened because of new evidence, federal investigators said Tuesday.
The U.S. has filed to seize $300 million in alleged bribes that were handed over by two major Russian telecoms firms to a relative of Uzbek President Islam Karimov in exchange for access to the Uzbek telecoms market.
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