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  • Russia selling "defensive weapons" to Iran
    Russia selling "defensive weapons" to Iran
    President Vladimir Putin seems intent on undermining any United States foreign policy with Iran. In his latest move Monday, he lifted a ban on the delivery of S-300 air-defense missile systems to Iran. Russia is actively pushing for repeal of an...
  • Boris Nemtsov
    Russia detains two suspects in the murder of Kremlin critic Nemtsov
    Russia’s Federal security service announced on Saturday that two suspects in the killing of opposition leader Boris Nemtsov have been detained. The suspects are from Russia’s North Caucasus region. The announcement leaves many...
  • Putin New Year’s message Obama
    Putin: New Year’s message to Obama calls for 'equality' and 'respect' from U.S.
    Russian president Vladimir Putin issued over two dozen New Year’s messages to world leaders and committee member heads. Barack Obama was a recipient of one such message from the Kremlin, and the missive from the former KGB officer to Obama...
  • Russia holds all the cards in poker game with Ukraine
    Russia holds all the cards in poker game with Ukraine
    Ukraine, embarrassed by the Russian’s blatant annexation of the Crimea Peninsula informed the Kremlin yesterday they may nationalize Russian property.Although the threat is understandable, it’s doubtful it will create a ripple in...
  • Louis Vuitton
    ‘Is Louis Vuitton As Meaningful As The Kremlin?'
    At the malaise of Russian politicians, this fashion writer argues on behalf of Louis Vuitton's importance, pointing to advertising as an indicator of value.Veni, Vidi, ViciYesterday, Russians whispered a unanimous, 'bid adieu' to Louis...
  • A holiday treat: Russia's 'Winter Wonder Land' tour
    A holiday treat: Russia's 'Winter Wonder Land' tour
    Here's a cool place to ring in the New Year. It's a city on the Neva River in northwest Russia called St. Petersburg. You know, the city founded by Peter the Great in 1703 and the country's imperial capital until 1918.Be aware, it gets...
  • Kremlin
    Russian government buying typewriters to reduce risk of security leaks
    The Russian government's federal protection agency is employing a new tactic to help reduce the risk of national leaks in the wake of the Edward Snowden saga. No, it's nothing high-tech; in fact, it has more of a Cold War ring to it....
  • Vladimir Putin meets Mohammed bin Zayed al Nahyan
    Russia seeks to grow military technical cooperation with UAE
    The Kremlin announced that President Putin today met with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed al Nahyan. The prince is also the deputy supreme commander of the United Arab Emirates, by the way – an important military ally of the United States of...
  • Anonymous
    Anonymous Russia punishes Putin - shows solidarity with protesters
    Anonymous Russia punishes President Vladimir Putin. In solidarity with Russian protesters, hacktivists associated with the Anonymous collective disabled websites belonging to the Kremlin and Russian President Putin.Earlier this week, Russian...
  • Kremlin condemns NATO for bombing civilian targets in Libya
    Kremlin condemns NATO for bombing civilian targets in Libya
    NATO warplanes resumed airstrikes today in Libya in the wake of Russian officials denouncing the coalition for violating UN Security Council resolutions by bombing civilian targets, including hospitals and diplomatic facilities.Russian foreign...
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