Friday, January 30, 2015

State Duma deputy Yevgeny Fyodorov at a 2014 press conference

Meet Yevgeny Fyodorov, The Russian Lawmaker Who Wants More Western Sanctions

More Western sanctions? Bring 'em on, says a four-term lawmaker from the ruling United Russia party. More

Aleksandr Kofman, the self-styled foreign minister of the unrecognized Donetsk People's Republic

Video Separatists Plan 'Summit Of Unrecognized States'

The self-declared Donetsk People's Republic says it wants to host a summit of separatists, including participants from Texas, Venice and Spain's Basque region. More

One analyst describes Aleksandr Dugin's vision as "a radical form of anti-Westernism" that ultimately comes down to "a fascist program."

New Greek Government Has Deep, Long-Standing Ties With Russian 'Fascist' Dugin

Leaked e-mails reveal close links between leading figures in the new Greek government and people close to anti-Western Russian idealogue Aleksandr Dugin, as well as to sanctioned Russian billionaire Konstantin Malofeyev. More

Judge Sarah Netburn (left) listens to defense attorney Sabrina Shroff as Yevgeny Buryakov (right) sits in court in New York on January 26.

Russian Spy Scandal Pulls Back Curtain On Often Humdrum World Of Espionage

The U.S. FBI this week arrested a Russian national believed to be part of a three-man team working for Russia's Foreign Intelligence Service. But Russian espionage experts say the purported spy ring probably produced little of value. More

Ukrainian students have released an emotional video calling on their Russian counterparts not to believe what Russia's state-controlled media are saying about their country.

Video Ukrainian Students Call On Russian Counterparts To End 'Information War'

Ukrainian students have released an emotional video calling on their Russian counterparts not to believe what Russia's state-controlled media are saying about their country. More

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As Russian-backed rebels make gains in eastern Ukraine, battlefield videos are raising concerns that war crimes are being committed.

Litvinenko's Family Says Public Inquiry 'Only Chance' To Solve Killing, Find Closure

The widow and son of Aleksandr Litvinenko, the former KGB officer poisoned in 2006, believe the public inquiry that started in London will solve his killing and bring them a sense of closure.

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The electoral victory by Greece's far-left Syriza party is already shaking up Europe's financial markets, but the impact on EU foreign policy could be equally important.

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A survivor of the grotesque medical experiments of Nazi doctor Josef Mengele, Eva Mozes Kor tells of her harrowing and remarkable journey -- and her decision to forgive her torturers.

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In launching an offensive against the Ukrainian coastal city of Mariupol, pro-Russian separatists have selected a target of both strategic and symbolic importance in their bloody conflict with the government in Kyiv.

Analysis: Ukraine's $50 Billion Question

Can tens of billions of dollars in Western aid jumpstart Ukraine's embattled economy or does Kyiv need the current crisis as a stimulus to implement reforms that it has avoided for the past two decades?

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A claim by the Ukrainian president's administration that it was mostly Ukrainians who liberated Auschwitz and Europe threatens to deepen a rift that reflects current animosity and deep historic tension between Moscow and its Soviet-era subjects.

In Brutally Critical Open Letter, Russian-Born Scholar Talks Of His 'Overwhelming Nausea' Over Putin's Russia

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