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Kazakh Autocrat Shows Putin How to Keep Power
Both Russia and Kazakhstan have been run by the same leader, continuously “re-elected.”
Putin Signs 'Fake News,' 'Internet Insults' Bills Into Law
Insulting state symbols and the authorities, including Putin, will carry a fine of up to 300,000 rubles and 15 days in jail.
Russian Luxury Car Makes European Debut at Geneva Motor Show
"Nobody expects a luxury brand from Russia," Aurus' CEO said at the Swiss auto show.
Kremlin Says It's Not Putin's Place to Answer Briton Whose Mother Died in Poisoning
Spokesman Dmitry Peskov said it was a job for Russia's ambassador to Britain.
House Panels Seek Details On Trump Communications With Russia's Putin
The requests are part of an investigation into whether the U.S. president abused power or obstructed justice.
Putin Wants What China’s Xi Already Has: His Own Internet
New Russian domain system is designed to protect Russian internet from the World Wibe Web
U.S. Lawmakers Submit Bill to Investigate Putin’s Finances
Under the legislation, the U.S. intelligence community would be instructed to report on Putin's finances and Kremlin-linked corruption.
Putin Won't Intervene Over Detained U.S. Investor, Kremlin Says
The president's decision comes a day after Baring Vostok's appeal for him to get involved in Michael Calvey's case.
The Kremlin Hierarchy Is Fast Decaying
Putin is no longer willing or able to prevent domestic infighting as uncertainty over Russia’s future looms.
Putin Is Finally Ready to Look Homeward
The social program looks like the most ambitious one Putin has ever outlined.
The Highlights of Putin’s Federal Assembly Address
Putin gave a speech to 2,000 senior government officials on Wednesday.
Surkov Hints Putin Himself No Longer Essential for the System to Persevere
In his latest piece Surkov may be burying Putin with reassurance and respect.
Kremlin Puppet Master Surkov Distracts Public with Putin Panegyric
Putin's longtime aide Vladislav Surkov published another magnum opus that will almost surely have the pundits hopping.
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...
Kremlin Says Don't Look for Common Sense From Russia's Rulers
Critics have long alleged that the Kremlin has bent parliament, the courts and the media to Putin's personal will.
Russian Witches Cast Spells in Putin’s Support (Video)
The witches are using their powers to pass on their mystical energy to President Vladimir Putin.
The Kremlin’s Chef Lurks in the Shadows
Today, the Putin regime has an increasing need for those shadowy intrigues and murky escapades on the level of both foreign and domestic policy. Yevgeny...
Five Years After Crimea, Russia Has Come Full Circle at Great Cost
Putin needs second Crimea to boost falling ratings.
Russia Can’t Decide If It’s Rich or Poor
Is Russia a poor country or a rich one? Members of the elite are arguing about it, and the answer is important for the country’s direction after the...
Kirill Shamiev & Lika Mchedlidze
All the Tsar’s Men: Who Leads Russia’s Regions?
Has Russian federalism died, or is it just sound asleep? Perhaps it’s too early to write its obituary.
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