Tuesday marked the passage of a millennium since the death of Vladimir the Great. Leaders of both Kiev and Moscow took advantage of the opportunity to emphasize their own countries' ties to the medieval ruler.
Russia's major defense industry enterprises shrugged off Western sanctions and a Russian economic slowdown to grow their revenues rapidly in 2014, according to a new global ranking.
Sanctioned foods from the United States and European Union discovered inside Russia's borders will be subject to “immediate destruction” under new rules announced by the Agriculture Ministry Tuesday.
The National Endowment for Democracy (NED), a U.S.-based international organization that exists to promote democracy, was declared an “undesirable organization” Tuesday by Russia's Prosecutor General's Office.
Russia celebrated Navy Day on Sunday and Mark Galeotti analyzes the condition of the modern Russian navy and whether there is really anything to celebrate.
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