National security adviser John Bolton will visit Moscow next week to discuss a potential meeting between President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin, the White House said on Thursday morning.
California Gov. Jerry Brown and prominent former U.S. officials wrote to the Senate majority leader the previous month decrying the W76-2 as a gateway to nuclear catastrophe – reports The Washington Post.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in will make a state visit to Russia this week for a bilateral summit with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin and meetings with other Russian leaders, the presidential office Cheong Wa Dae said Monday.
The world’s most popular single sporting event started Thursday, but it’s more than just a game for Russia. It’s an opportunity to bolster infrastructure, stir national pride, and spotlight Russian modernity.
At a tense time for U.S.-Russian ties — arguably the most turbulent since the Cold War — Huntsman, the top U.S. envoy to Russia, faces a challenge to improve relations, especially since he has fewer diplomats and support staff.
Dear President Poroshenko, We at the Committee to Protect Journalists, like our colleagues around the world, were relieved to learn that Russian journalist Arkady Babchenko is alive and well, following the devastating news the day before that he had been murdered in Kiev.
AN EXTREMELY STRANGE EPISODE that has engulfed official Washington over the last two weeks came to a truly bizarre conclusion on Friday night.
Richard Pipes, the author of a monumental, sharply polemical series of historical works on Russia, the Russian Revolution and the Bolshevik regime, and a top adviser to the Reagan administration on Soviet and Eastern European policy, died on Thursday at a nursing home near his home in Cambridge, Mass. He was 94.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said at a meeting with his counterpart in Moscow on Monday that Russia had confirmed its readiness to respect the Iran nuclear deal, the RIA news agency reported.
Armenia’s new Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, who came to power last week after a peaceful revolution, told President Vladimir Putin on Monday he favored closer political and military ties with Russia.