For 2019, Stratfor has forecast the continuation of problems between Russia and the West, a marriage of convenience between Moscow and China and more. But what do Russians think about all of this? We set off to find out.
The bomber's willingness to die will likely draw a response from the global anarchist community.
A behind-the-scenes border deal between Chechnya and Ingushetia has ignited popular anger, giving the Kremlin plenty to worry about.
President Vladimir Putin's party lost 2 runoff elections to Kremlin-approved opposition parties, and is set to lose 2 more.
United Russia's unusually lackluster performance in regional elections Sept. 9 and protests across the country illustrate the challenges facing President Vladimir Putin's government.
The much-anticipated meeting between the two world leaders concluded with no tangible agreements or outcomes, beyond providing an opportunity for further discussions.
As part of its budget-tightening measures, the Kremlin is looking to raise the country's retirement age. Will the political costs of its plan outweigh the savings it brings?
The protests in Georgia bear a striking similarity to those in neighboring Armenia, providing insights into what political demonstrations are capable of achieving in the region.
Secure in his seat, Vladimir Putin embarks on another six-year term in Russia, but the list of issues requiring his attention could make this term his toughest yet.