Putin can't afford to cut pensions, salaries and social subsidies to continue financing his hybrid wars.
Putin says NATO's plans are destabilizing. NATO should explain why they aren't.
The Kremlin confirmed Yevgeny Zynychev had left Kaliningrad for personal reasons.
Alexander Nosatov was deputy commander of the Black Sea Fleet during the Crimea annexation.
There are 1 million Americans of Ukrainian descent in Philadelphia, Detroit and Cleveland, critical places that Trump will need to win.
To send a message to Putin, NATO plans to deploy military units to Eastern Europe in numbers unmatched since the Cold War.
Ukraine and Germany join Flaming Thunder for the first time.
The Ministry of Defense wants a new center to coordinate Baltic deployments.
Another exercise in Russian force projection might strengthen the argument for upholding the Western unity on sanctions against Russia for invading Ukraine, so it makes sense to pause.
Moscow's envoy to NATO accused the allies of returning to Cold War footing.
Alexei Pushkov had some harsh words for the new NATO U.S. European commander, Curtis Scaparrotti.
NATO's outgoing commander in Europe has said skeptical focus must be turned back on Russia.
The U.S. presidential hopeful blames Russia's lack of respect for President Barack Obama.
Russia's Foreign Ministry called a contest for the best response.
"People need to understand that this is serious business," the U.S. secretary of state said.
Sergey Naryshkin said the fear of Russia in the Baltics is ingrained.
Aristidas Tamosaitis was detained in Moscow in May 2015.
The program explores a hypothetical hybrid conflict escalating in the Baltics.
The navy held two drills on consecutive days in the latest show of force by Putin.