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With a key UN conference on climate change starting in Paris, RFE/RL takes a closer look at the huge environmental challenges facing Russia in the coming decades. More
Montenegro's Western-leaning government hopes NATO will offer it membership in December. But pro-Russian parties are seeking to sabotage the prospect with street protests. More
Since President Vladimir Putin came to power, hundreds of activists have been forced from politics or pushed to the margins as the Kremlin has tightened its grip on Russia. RFE/RL spoke to three former activists who have chosen to fold up their banners. More
Vladimir Putin said there would be "serious consequences" after Turkish fighter jets shot down a Russian warplane on November 24. More
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan often look like mirror images of strong, authoritarian nationalists. That could make it difficult for them to compromise over Turkey's downing of a Russian jet. More
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