The Soviet Union’s Victory Day, May 9, was the one Soviet holiday that belonged to everyone
There is still greatness in the Russian people – but they have been bottled up for 100 years
Russia's iron man
He beat out pop star CL of the girl group 2NE1
The Russian leader's aggressive foreign policy has turned heads worldwide
"We were ready to do it"
Even as the Russian President admits deploying troops in Crimea, his chief propagandists, speaking to TIME, continue to deny it
The Russian President's spokesman brushes off reports of Putin's disappearance as "spring fever" afflicting the curious public
Rumors of a power struggle among Kremlin clans have fueled tensions since the murder of dissident Boris Nemtsov in Moscow
Despite sinking relations with the West—or maybe because of it—Putin is nearly as popular as ever at home.
Throughout the conflict in eastern Ukraine, Russian President Vladimir Putin has tried hard to keep himself apart from the warring sides. He has neither met...
The global news network RT is the Russian government's main weapon in an intensifying information war with the West—and its top editor has a direct phone line to...
The loaded word is intended to hint at foreign enemies
“It’s not just about Boris Nemtsov. We all were shot in the heart,” one Russian said
Russia’s increasingly isolated President is on a mission to restore his country’s lost empire
The Russian President has pledged to oversee the investigation
The Russian President's remarks come days after the murder of Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov
In Davos, European leaders offers to make Putin's Eurasian dreams come true — but only if the conflict in Ukraine ends
Immense crowds turned out in Moscow on Sunday to march through the city in honor of slain Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov. Nemtsov — an opposition politician and...
The euphoria among the Kremlin elites that followed the annexation of Crimea has faded as economic and security issues pile up