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No outsiders shall judge Russia's actions.
When Russian media reported that legislators intended to introduce amendments leading to a registry of companies allegedly connected to so-called "aggressor states," our initial reaction was, "They can't be serious." But combine a few established concepts in the Russian political consciousness with a longstanding legislative trend and the proposal makes a lot of sense.
German President Joachim Gauck is boycotting the Winter Olympics and will not travel to Sochi, Russia next year.
"When courts imprison political dissidents who merely urge respect for China's own laws, no one in China, including Americans
"Both sides discussed at length the worrying situation of civil society in the Russian Federation," the EU said in a statement
ALEXEI NAVALNY Having been a consistent thorn in the side of Putin for years, blogger Alexei Navalny is one of the opposition's
Peskov's comments appeared aimed to signal that Russia wants to limit the impact of the dispute, and suggested Russia was
"Before you criticize others, you should look at yourself," Lukashevich said at a weekly briefing. "The uncertainties of
In a sign of deteriorating ties earlier this month, Russia said it would not renew a decades-old agreement with Washington
A law Putin signed in July labels foreign-funded NGOs as "foreign agents", the U.S. Agency for International Development