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'insane Nazi drug addicts'
Medvedev Rails Against West to Mark Russian Unity Day
Russia's former president Dmitry Medvedev marked Russian Unity Day on Friday with a blistering Telegram post in which he excoriated the West, Ukraine,...
Ex-President Medvedev Backs Death Penalty for Wartime Saboteurs
Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev on Wednesday called on Russia to reinstate the death penalty for those suspected of wartime sabotage. “We...
threatening the west
Ex-President Medvedev Warns of 'Possible' Incidents at EU Nuclear Facilities
“What can one say… Don’t forget that there are nuclear sites in the European Union, too,” he wrote on Telegram.
late night thoughts
Medvedev Questions Neighbors’ Sovereignty in ‘Hacked’ Post
The ex-president appeared to state that, after seizing Kyiv, Russia would seek to expand its borders in other areas.
Russia Ex-President Invokes Nuclear War if Moscow Punished by ICC
"The idea to punish a country that has the largest nuclear arsenal is absurd ... and potentially creates a threat to the existence of mankind."
in Putin's shadow
Medvedev: Russia's Reforming President Turned Arch-Hawk
Once seen by admirers as Russia's great hope for reform, Medvedev now issues radical pronouncements against Ukraine and the West.
Russia Shouldn’t Negotiate With ‘Vassal’ Ukraine, Ex-President Medvedev Says
Dmitry Medvedev attacked Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy and called on the Kremlin to reject any attempts to negotiate with him.
Russia’s Ex-PM Medvedev Backs Mandatory Vaccination
The comments come as Russia grapples with slower-than-hoped-for coronavirus vaccine uptake.
Medvedev Sets Out His Stand For Rapprochement With U.S., Relevance For Himself
The ex-President is searching for significance. As Biden enters office, he might just have some encouraging things to say.
Medvedev’s Security Council Role Makes Him And it More Interesting
Putin appears to have given his ex-premier the chance to demonstrate his political virility.
after the dust settles
'Nothing Fell Apart': Putin Speaks on Shock Cabinet Reshuffle
When asked who else knew about his plans, Putin responded: “I did. Isn’t that enough?”
take it down
Kremlin Critic Faces Jail for Medvedev Bribery Investigation
Ivan Zhdanov has been indicted for failing to delete a 2017 video implicating then-Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev in illicit property deals.
cut from the team
'Not Everything Works Out': Medvedev's Career, in Photos
Revisiting the most memorable moments of Medvedev’s career as president, prime minister and selfie enthusiast.
Putin's New Plan to Hold Power Forever
Russia’s real constitution is in Putin’s head. That’s where the missing details will come from, too.
Will Putin Stay Or Will He Go? Bombshell Address and Shock Medvedev Resignation Offer Big Hint
Real and proposed changes to the structure of the Russian government shine a light on Vladimir Putin and the country’s futures.
Putin Shake-Up Could Keep Him in Power Past 2024 as PM, Cabinet Step Aside
The move will give Putin room to carry out changes he wants to make to the Constitution, the prime minister said.
Russia Orders Mideast Safety Check After Iran Plane Crash, Missile Strikes
Prime Minister Medvedev has ordered Russian ministers to assess the safety of flights and tourism in the region.
Meet the press
4 Quotes From Prime Minister Medvedev’s Q&A
Medvedev spoke out on anti-government protests, domestic violence re-criminalization, internet isolation and more.
Navalny Links $50M Jet to Russian PM Medvedev’s Wife
Navalny's latest investigation comes ahead of Medvedev’s big end-of-year interview with Russian reporters.
Kneeling Russian Pensioner Confronts Medvedev Over Hot Water Shutoff
The prime minister's response echoed a 2016 remark where he told disgruntled pensioners to "Hang in there."
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