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Putin, Merkel 'Satisfied' With Near Completion of Nord Stream 2
The $12-billion pipeline is set to double Russian gas supplies to Germany but has been fiercely opposed by the U.S. and other European countries.
Russia Unveils Stealth Fighter Jet to Compete With F-35s
The jet is described as a fifth-generation light single-engine fighter jet that incorporates "innovative solutions" including artificial intelligence.
Russian Military to Make Putin’s Ukraine Opus Compulsory – RBC
Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu reportedly personally ordered the 5,300-word opus to be added into the military-patriotic directorate’s curriculum.
Biden vs. Putin
Biden Tells Putin to 'Act' Against Ransomware Groups
The White House said Biden and Putin spoke for about an hour by phone, focusing on the ransomware threat and separately about allowing humanitarian aid...
How Vladimir Putin Runs Russia Without Intermediaries or Institutes
Russia is ready to become the first country in the world where public politics and governance are carried out via daytime TV.
don't shoot the messenger
Russian Governors’ Approvals Drop as Kremlin Distances From Virus Response – Poll
Russia's regions have been tasked with taking unpopular measures like mandatory vaccinations during the latest Covid-19 surge.
Skepticism to Acceptance: How Putin's Views on Climate Change Evolved Over the Years
Despite eventually accepting that climate change is a threat, Putin is still reluctant to support drastic economic changes recommended by the UN.
Putin: The Man With All the Answers
Putin's annual call-in show is meant to show everyday Russians that there is no problem in the country that escapes his all-encompassing vision.
Putin's Phone-In Hit by 'Cyberattacks'
This year's phone-in repeatedly faced connection problems, particularly during calls from remote regions.
Putin Says Ukraine Is Controlled by Western Leaders
An adviser to Ukrainian President Zelenskiy's chief of staff dismissed Putin's claims as a "basic element of Russian propaganda."
lifting the veil
Putin Reveals He Took Russia’s Sputnik V Coronavirus Vaccine
The Kremlin previously said it would keep the name of the Russian-made vaccine that Putin received this spring a “secret.”
Putin Takes Russians' Questions at Annual Marathon Call-In
This year’s event focused heavily domestic issues including Covid-19 vaccination efforts and rising food prices.
Kremlin 'Regrets' EU Rejection of Proposed Putin Summit
"President Putin was and remains interested in establishing working relations between Moscow and Brussels," the Kremlin said.
EU Must Seek 'Direct Contact' With Putin: Merkel
Merkel said the EU should seek direct talks with Putin even as it stands together against "provocations" from Russia.
Putin Urges Russia-Europe Cooperation in Essay on WWII Anniversary
The essay in German newspaper Die Zeit marks the 80th anniversary of the Nazi invasion of the Soviet Union.
Putin Plummets, Stalin Stays on Top in Russians’ Ranking of ‘Notable’ Historical Figures – Poll
Just 15% of Russians named Putin as one of history's most prominent figures, his lowest showing since 2003.
Russian Ambassador Returns 'Optimistic' to Washington
Moscow and Washington agreed for their ambassadors to return after a Geneva summit between Putin and Biden.
Putin Promises Russians Billions in Spending Ahead of Polls
The ruling, pro-Kremlin United Russia party aims to overcome widespread unpopularity and keep its majority in the State Duma.
Biden, Putin and the Return of Realpolitik
This week’s summit showed Washington and Moscow have accepted that neither is going to change the other’s behavior.
looking for evidence
Navalny Lawyers Dispute Putin’s ‘Molotov Cocktails’ Claims
Putin claimed that Navalny's groups had taught supporters how to make Molotov cocktails to use against law enforcement.
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