The price paid by the peoples of Armenia and Azerbaijan for the geopolitical fantasies of two authoritarian leaders - hundreds of dead and wounded - is not taken into account
Russia: journalists and activists arrested, record high turnout for protest against arrest of governor
More than 35 thousand people went to an unauthorized demonstration in Khabarovsk
Putin plans to start the clock on his new reign in power on July 1 – how, and what are the chances he’ll succeed?
Unprecedented voting rules on constitutional changes, media fear campaigns against LGBT people (video). But the real threats to Putin are illness and low ratings.
If the constitutional amendment is adopted, then when Putin’s current term expires in 2024, he will still be able to serve another 12 years
God will be mentioned in the amended Russian constitution, marriage is described as a union between a man and a woman, and distortions of historical truths are prohibited. The amendments aim to extend Vladimir Putin’s time in power.
"Putin needs his own Putin.” How the Russian president secured his power and the Prime Minister’s role in the equation.
Russian Prime Minister Medvedev has become the acting PM until the formation of a new government, which will be led by him no longer
Op-Ed: the president of Russia is preparing for a life-term in office and we should all keep quiet about it
The scandalous Russian law on foreign agents may be a cover for more important political decisions
Prokopieva stands accused of justifying terrorism. JAMnews joins in solidarity for demands for her release
The Moscow pre-election protests were a demonstration of the strength of the opposition, and this is more important than the formal victory of the current authorities
However, in all 16 regions of Russia where elections for the governorship were held, leaders appointed by the Kremlin were re-elected. Also – how the Ninja Turtles were involved in the elections
The run up to local elections in Russia has been accompanied by unprecedented protests and arrests
More than 800 people were detained and dozens were brutally beaten. Activists are now being charged with criminal offences punishable by up to 8 years in prison
Organisers and participants say that the main target of their protest is corruption in the Russian capital which has 'reached incredible dimensions'
Russia’s main problem is the year 2024 – when Putin by law must resign as president, but he is already preparing to stay in power
Russia has started talking about restoring air transit with Georgia and the unacceptability of sanctions. Why?
Gavrilov sitting in the chair of the Georgian parliamentary speaker was the “last straw” for a part of society that is already very angry with the authorities. Who is he and what does the Interparliamentary Assembly on Orthodoxy do?
Demonstrators came out onto the streets demanding an investigation into the detention and beating of investigative journalist Ivan Golunov. VIDEO