As Condoleeza Rice and Robert Gates visit Moscow, hopes are not high that Russia will be able to change the US position on missile defence.
Monthly Archive: March 2008
A hard fought 12-8 win over Romania propels Russia to the top of the European Nations Cup table, setting up a winner takes all title clash with old rivals Georgia.
The Dumas Committee for CIS Affairs has recommended that the Russian Government create diplomatic missions in the three unrecognized republics Abkhazia, South Ossetia and Trans-Dneister (Pridnestrovie).
Tonight, for the first time in more than a decade, top-flight Russian football will be played in Chechnya. After years of playing in exile, Terek Grozny have finally been granted permission to play at their home city.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel becomes the first head of state since the election to formally meet both Putin and Medvedev.
As the US and India announce they will co-operate on a missle defence system, we examine whether Russia has what it takes to remain Southern Asia’s foremost arms supplier.
There are so many high quality posts out there at the moment, that I think I might just manage to get through a whole roundup without mentioning the election…
Dmitry Medvedev is Russia�s new President. But what kind of President will he be? Will he wield actual power, or will he just be Putin’s right hand man?
Liveblogging the election in which Russians will choose their third President.