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3 hrs ago | StockMarketsReview.com
Western civilization has been dealt another major blow. Everything I talked about in the past few months has been unraveling.
Should the US stop sending aid to developing countries?
Should smoking in public places be banned?
8 hrs ago | Globe and Mail
Russia, where 40 per cent of the adult population smoke, is a key battleground for foreign tobacco companies grappling with dwindling sales in many developed markets where government regulation is becoming stricter and smokers fewer.
12 hrs ago | Queerty
Moscow political scientist/tabloid columnist Stanislav Belkovsky claims to have the "whole truth" on Vladimir Putin in a new biography which, among other things, claims the Russian president is a closet homosexual and misanthrope who prefers the company of animals to people.
14 hrs ago | Advocate
Russia's local and nationwide bans on so-called gay propaganda do not violate the national constitution, the country's highest court ruled in October, according to a decision published Tuesday and reported by state-sponsored news agency RIA Novosti .
18 hrs ago | KVOX-FM Fargo
Former oil tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky and two jailed members of punk protest band Pussy Riot could walk free under an amnesty President Vladimir Putin is expected to approve by the end of the year, a Kremlin human rights adviser said on Wednesday.
19 hrs ago | Real Clear Politics
During the Cold War, against all odds and the tenants of realpolitik diplomacy, every White House and U.S. Congress championed the cause of the 'captive nations' of central and eastern Europe locked behind the Iron Curtain.
Ukrainian protesters on Monday called President Vladimir Putin their biggest foreign enemy and said only Russian intervention could save Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych's regime from a revolution.
Russian President Vladimir Putin met Saudi intelligence chief Prince Bandar bin Sultan near Moscow and discussed the war in Syria and Iran's nuclear program, the Kremlin said on Tuesday.
With the Ukrainian opposition having failed to oust the government in a no-confidence vote Tuesday, many here wonder what's the next step in a crisis where protests for closer ties with Europe have led to violent crackdowns and popular unrest.
This December, the Intelligent Channel, an original Youtube partner channel , is premiering a new documentary film, RUSSIA'S OPEN BOOK: WRITING IN THE AGE OF PUTIN.
Russian President Vladimir Putin, left, listens to Armenian President Serge Sarkisian during their meeting in Yerevan, Armenia, Monday, Dec. 2, 2013.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has established a new body to fight corruption.
After an eventful six months, Edward Snowden will be hoping for a quieter time ahead but not as quiet as life in a maximum-security American jail.
After defending his reasoning to tour in Russia in September the British newspaper the Daily Mail now reports that Elton John may not travel to the country, which has come under fire this year for its highly controversial anti-gay laws.
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A superpower needs a super attention span. Unfortunately, Americans seem to take little interest in the troubles of the world around them, even when those troubles threaten soon to vex Americans themselves.
Kiev: Opponents of Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych blocked state buildings and thousands of demonstrators crowded streets in subzero temperatures to protest his refusal to sign a European Union trade accord.