The Stockholm International Peace Research sees an increased role for Russia in the process of modernisation of armed forces in Central Asia
With Crimea now holding a referendum on becoming a part of Russia on March 16, there’s growing anxiety from Russian and foreign experts about another Cold War, says Russia Direct
There are plenty of recent examples both for and against the right of Crimea to determine its own fate
Russian foreign minister argues for Feb. 21 agreement
Russian experts do not think a full-scale war is likely, but speculate that the Russian authorities may have more to lose by staying the course than backing down in the face of Western sanctions
Who lives in Crimea? What language do they speak? Why are there so many Russian troops there? RBTH answers your questions
Russians hold rallies in support of and in protest against sending troops to Ukraine
Is the authorization from the Russian authorities for use of force in Ukraine a precursor to actual troop deployments, or just a threat meant to lead to talks?
Russian Ambassador to the UK Alexander Yakovenko recently published a post in which he outlined Moscow’s position toward the crisis in Ukraine
Why is the Crimean port of Sevastopol still the base of Russia’s Black Sea Fleet, 23 years after the break-up of the Soviet Union?
Legislation bans international adoption by couples from countries where same-sex marriage is legal
Russian military experts weigh in on the likelihood of armed conflict between Russia and Ukraine
Russian officials state that President Barack Obama's warning "crosses a line" and consider recalling ambassador
Kremlin views military intervention as a response to direct threat to Russians and Black Sea fleet
After several years of stalled progress, the two countries have begun drafting agreements for closer commercial cooperation following high-level meetings in Washington
Foreign Ministry issues a statement asking for cooperation while Ministry of Defense denies any link between military drills and Ukraine
On the night of Feb. 27, unidentified armed men seized the buildings of the parliament and cabinet of ministers in the southern Ukrainian region of Crimea
Russian Minister of Economic Development Alexey Ulyukayev on Russia's plans to attract U.S. investors and boost mutual trade
Foreign policy experts and former foreign service officers weigh in on what’s needed in the next U.S. ambassador to Russia
Can the country avoid break-up and more bloodshed as it tries to balance relations with Russia and the European Union?