Corps leaders want to train troops for possible future wars.
The controversial floating power plant will be towed through the Baltic Sea and narrow European straits to get to the Arctic.
Patriarch Kirill has repeatedly praised Putin, calling his presidency a "miracle of God."
Syrian military positions in southern Hama were reportedly attacked as international tensions mounted.
Edward Lozansky has been hosting the World Russia Forum and running Russia House for decades.
China confirmed it would be hosting another series of joint exercises with Russia as the two lead U.S. military rivals boost their Pacific cooperation.
There have been at least seven raids in the past four months.
Sanctions, a wobbling ruble and trade embargoes mean that hundreds of McDonald's restaurants in Russia are looking for a new source for their potatoes.
Vladimir Uglev identified the poison that hospitalized former double agent Sergei Skripal as Novichok.
The U.S.-led coalition and the axis of Russia, Iran and Syria both claim Iraq as an ally—and Baghdad may be the key to bringing them together.
Russia’s submersible drone, known to Russia as Poseidon and to the U.S. as Kanyon, may change nuclear warfare as we know it.
While the president's personal approval is only a few points from its record peak, most Russians disapprove of the prime minister, the government and parliament.
Europe is fighting to keep the deal. Trump wants to kill it. Meanwhile, Moscow and China will likely back Tehran.
Moscow has repeatedly hinted it could send some of its most advanced air defense systems to Syria.
Top U.S. military rivals Russia and China have pledged to deepen military ties and create a united front against the U.S. in its Syria and Iran policies.
ISIS has agreed to surrender its final stronghold south of Damascus, but the Syrian military and allies continue to fight until talks are finalized.
U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres said the mechanisms that prevented the last Cold War from escalating no longer exist. That spells trouble.
The four countries singled out in the latest State Department report on human rights are the same targeted by U.S. foreign policy.
In a long interview with state media, Lavrov seemed to reiterate comments made by Kremlin aide Yury Ushakov, who said Trump invited Putin to Washington.
Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Moscow warned the Americans of its "red lines."