Another political leader who doesn’t want a rate hike.
U.S. Sanctions Are Driving Russian Billionaires Into Putin’s Arms
Russia warned it may respond to “hostile” Israel actions after one of its military planes was downed mistakenly by Syrian forces.
The Kremlin’s hand-picked candidate for governor of a major region in the Far East nearly lost a runoff election.
Russia to Air U.K. Poisoning Suspects' Interview Urged by Putin
Putin Allies Suffer Election Setbacks Amid Pension-Age Protests
Russia rejects Erdogan’s call for a cease-fire in Syria after he warned of a looming “catastrophe” in Syria’s Damascus.
Russia urges U.S. to abandon its demands for Iran to surrender influence in Syria, calling them as “unprofessional, unrealistic.”
Putin Hints He'll Soften Pension-Age Hike That Angered Russians
Russia is to hold its biggest military maneuvers since the height of the Cold War next month.
Warning delivered by Bolton at Geneva meeting with counterpart.
Sanctions target sources of foreign assistance and arms sales.
With Trump upending diplomatic ties globally, Putin is finding a friendlier reception from leaders who’ve long shunned him.
Russia Concedes Toll of Sanctions as Market Turmoil Adds to Pain
Putin to Merkel: Europe Can't Afford a New Syria Refugee Crisis
Merkel will welcome Putin to a palace near Berlin for their first bilateral meeting in Germany in more than five years.
Even With New U.S. Sanctions, Kremlin Still Betting on Trump
Turkey Crisis Tests Putin's Power to Tilt Global Game With U.S.
Rockefeller Heir Seen to Help Butina Link Russians, D.C. Elites
Putin made a proposal to Trump to hold a referendum to help resolve the conflict in eastern Ukraine.
Trump Rejects Putin Offer for Vote in Disputed Ukraine Region