For some 7,000 starved and sick prisoners in the world’s most notorious mass-murder site, January 27, 1945 was a life-changing day. It was the day Russian soldiers liberated the remaining prisoners of Auschwitz, left behind when ca. 56,000 healthier
President Donald Trump inquired how long Ukraine would be able to resist Russian aggression without U.S. assistance during a 2018 meeting with donors that included the indicted associates of his personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani. “How long would they
New reports from Transparency International and the Russian Academy of Sciences on education highlight a pervasive culture of corruption in Russia that persists despite efforts by the government and opposition activists. The country scored 137th out
Government officials in Russia have drafted guidelines that state that smartphones, computers and smart TVs sold in the country must have software installed that supports "traditional Russian spiritual and moral values."
We already knew coffee and liquor are a popular combination. There's the classic White Russian cocktail, the sweet Irish coffee typically made with Bailey's, and the will-do-in-a-pinch whiskey-spiked coffee.
New research shows real-time social media data may have been a source of military intelligence for the Kremlin and potentially other governments. Online discourse by users of social media can provide important clues about the political dispositions
Media freedom watchdogs and journalists’ associations are expressing concern about a bill aimed at combating Russian disinformation. Critics say the draft law put forward by the Culture, Youth and Sports Ministry on January 20 paves the way for