This month marks five years since Ukraine’s Crimean peninsula was invaded and subsequently occupied by Russia.
- by Dr. Mykola Kulinich
Political and military sources had made clear the soldiers would stay longer, given continuing tensions between Ukraine and Russia.
- by David Ljunggren
The company is run by Natalia Kaspersky, the wife and business partner of Igor Ashmanov, considered a key thinker behind Russia’s information security doctrine.
- by Chris Zappone and James Massola
The Pentagon said the budget would help ensure peace with Russia and China by building a US military capable of defeating them in a conflict.
- by Paul Sonne
The legislation demands accountability for the slaying of a Russian opposition leader and calls for investigations of Russian President's finances
Thousands of people have taken to the streets of Moscow and two other Russian cities to rally against tighter internet restrictions.
The Soviet Union may have collapsed, and socialism in both Vietnam and North Korea has taken on forms barely recognisable to the ideology’s first thinkers, but one lab still performs annual maintenance.
- by Josh Smith
Russia and China support Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro while the US and its allies recognise opposition leader Juan Guaido as interim president.
Elizaveta Peskova, the daughter of Dmitry Peskov, is working as a trainee assistant to a French member of the European Parliament.
- by Simon Taylor
A high-stakes bid by the Venezuelan opposition to transport aid into the country turned deadly as government forces opened fire on a group of volunteers.
- by H. Alexander
The web is a frontier in a hardening confrontation between the autocratic world and the democratic one.
- by Peter Hartcher