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Putin's Closest Ally Fears Takeover as Kremlin Plots Succession
Vladimir Putin may look beyond Russia for a mechanism to keep power after his current term ends.
Kremlin Offers Oil Giants $8Bln Payout as Russians Struggle
Oil companies agree to freeze fuel prices to lessen the burden on consumers.
How Will the New President of Ukraine Build Relations With Russia?
In Ukrainian politics, Russia is still in the game, but don’t expect a return to pre-Maidan days.
Putin Won’t Congratulate Zelenskiy On Ukraine Presidential Win, Kremlin Says
It’s "too early" to talk about congratulating Zelenskiy or to comment on potential cooperation with Ukraine, the Kremlin said.
Trump's Secret Moscow Skyscraper Pursuit Exposed Him to Kremlin
The project, known as Trump Tower Moscow, became a central branch of Mueller’s investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election.
Kremlin Says Mueller Report Shows No Evidence of Russian Meddling
The investigation supported the U.S. intelligence community's finding that Russia meddled in the 2016 election.
Kremlin Scapegoat: Russia’s In-System Opposition Is Under Attack
In-system politicians are now discovering that playing by the rules no longer protects them.
Kremlin Comments on Poroshenko vs. Putin Campaign Posters in Ukraine
"We firmly believe that Putin is dreaming of a weak, unprepared president [of Ukraine],” Poroshenko's campaign said.
Kremlin Says It Is Not Backing Libyan Haftar's Westward Push
Asked if Moscow was backing Haftar's new westwards push, Peskov said it was not involved in current events.
Abyzov Today, Medvedev Tomorrow?
Ex-minister Mikhail Abyzov’s shock arrest is undoubtedly a tragic event in the political life of Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.
Zastoi Story: Why Putin Remains Unchallenged
Vladimir Putin is by no means in political trouble.
Ex-Putin Aide's Death in U.S. May Have Been Murder, Reports Say
Mikhail Lesin’s 2015 death is just one example in the trend of high-profile Russians dying or falling ill abroad.
Red Square As a Mystery
If your eastward-bound Sheremetyevo flight takes off at night and the pilot contours along the northern stretch of the capital’s Ring Road, allow...
The Kremlin Hierarchy Is Fast Decaying
Putin is no longer willing or able to prevent domestic infighting as uncertainty over Russia’s future looms.
Stanislav Andreichuk for Riddle
The Kremlin Is Co-Opting Russia’s Youth
Russia's youth aren't the liberal-minded reformers you might expect.
Russia and Ukraine: A Destructive Codependency
Kiev and Moscow are not fighting a full-scale war, but both political establishments use alleged “victories” to get stronger and richer.
The Kremlin's New Ogre
In a time when much of politics is about signal and drama, the Kremlin needs figures to represent the worst and the most unpredictable side of the system...
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.
Russia, Belarus Decry Loss of ‘Brotherly Trust’ Ahead of Summit
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said he has stopped calling Russia a "brotherly state."
The Rasps of Putin’s Political Machine
The Kremlin’s finely tuned gears are rusting over.
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