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Most Russians Prefer Council of Europe Membership – Polls
Russia's relationship with the European human rights watchdog has been tense since Moscow annexed Crimea in 2014.
Russia Will Respond to New EU Sanctions — Reports
The sanctions came in response to Russia's activities in Crimea and Ukraine.
EU Moves Closer to Adopting Sanctions With Magnitsky Name
Reaching required unanimity on an EU-wide sanctions regime could prove difficult, however.
U.S. Says It's Working With EU to Thwart Russia on Balkans
Most EU states and the U.S. have recognized Kosovo, while Russia and China have sided with Serbia in its refusal to do so.
Ukraine Drops Eurovision Singer Over Russia Row
"I am a musician, not a puppet for the political arena," Korsun said.
Putin Spokesman Downplays Daughter’s Internship at EU Parliament
EU parliamentarians have criticized Peskova’s internship as a security breach.
Trump Can’t Drive Europe Into Russia's Arms
Despite cracks in Europe-U.S. relations, Russia remains too untrustworthy a partner.
Lavrov: We're Not Rubbing Our Hands With Glee Over Brexit
Russia would like the EU to be strong and united, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Wednesday.
Putin Awards State Honor to Serbia’s Embattled Kremlin Ally
Russia has handed a prestigious state honor to Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, a key European Kremlin ally facing popular protests.
Moscow Dismisses Franco-German Statement on Ukrainian Sailors
Russia dismissed a statement accusing it of using military force on Ukrainian vessels in the Black Sea.
Europe Should Woo Russia When Putin's Gone
Whenever and however Putin may leave, any successor will need to revise Russia’s geopolitical choice.
EU Will Extend Russia Sanctions in December, Council President Says
The EU's Russia hawks have called for new sanctions against Moscow following the latest flare-up in tensions between Moscow and Kiev.
Why Brussels Outcast Viktor Orban Is Loved in Moscow (Op-ed)
The uglier the conflict between Hungary and the EU, the better for Russia.
Russian Eurovision Star Announces Emigration to Europe (Then Takes It Back)
Two-time Eurovision contender and vocal Russian patriot Yulia Samoylova made headlines across the country when she announced that she is emigrating to...
Putin Makes Appearance at Austrian Foreign Minister’s Wedding
The wedding visit comes ahead of a meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Baltic States to Decouple Power Grids From Russia, Link to EU by 2025
The leaders of the Baltic states and Poland will sign a long-awaited deal on Thursday to connect their power grids to the European Union grid by 2025 and...
Russia Leads World in Trade Restrictions Against EU
Russia has imposed more trade barriers against the European Union than any other country in the world, according to the bloc’s annual report.
Putin Tells Europe on U.S. Trade Threat: 'I Told You So'
"Nobody wanted to listen, and nobody did anything to stop this from developing. Well, there you go, you've been hit. Dinner is served... please sit down...
Italy’s New Leader Calls for End to Anti-Russia Sanctions
Giuseppe Conte was nominated last month by the anti-establishment 5-Star Movement and far-right League parties.
U.S. Pushes NATO Allies to Ready Forces Against Russian Threat
U.S. Secretary of Defence Jim Mattis will seek broad agreement for the plan in Brussels on Thursday.
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