Russia has put on permanent exhibit a hydrogen bomb to remind citizens of its technical and military prowess.
Russia has consistently voted against sanctions on Syria, showcasing its support for an old friend. How did the two countries become so close?
Russia is exhuming Tsar Nicholas and Alexandra as part of a reinvestigation of the circumstances around the death and burial of the imperial family.
Just half a century ago, the two nations were at odds and on the brink of nuclear war, but today they hold joint military exercises. What's changed?
Bribery and corruption have become so commonplace in Vladimir Putin's Russia that one economist said it's "not a problem but a business." How did things get so bad?
A 2015 poll found that more than 80 percent of Russians have negative opinions about the United States. What gives? The answer is wrapped in a long history of tension between the two countries.
Could a world leader with as much power as Vladimir Putin really be headed for a toppling in the near future? Trace examines the arguments some are making for exactly that.
Ever mindful of their touchy history living under the thumb of the Soviet Union, do the Baltic states have anything to fear from modern-day Russia?
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