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The Russian Foreign Ministry responded to reports on the transfer of part of the Kuriles to Japan

The Russian Foreign Ministry responded to reports on the transfer of part of the...

The Russian Foreign Ministry commented on information that appeared in the media that in the 1970s the Soviet Union was allegedly ready to hand...
Who is Yulia Navalny? The woman who gives Putin a headache

Who is Yulia Navalny? The woman who gives Putin a headache

"Why are you arresting me? Have I broken any law?" Yulia Navalny asked police officers who arrested her at a protest in Moscow when...
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Russian nuclear energy production breaks Soviet record

Russia's nuclear power plants generated more than 215.746 billion kWh of electricity in 2020, a never-before-seen figure that surpasses the previous record set during...
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For the first time, Russia deploys the “S-300” system on the Japanese border

Russia deployed S-300 air defense systems for the first time on the Kuril Islands near the border with Japan. The ministry said in a statement...
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Why the West should help resolve conflicts in the Caucasus

The peace agreement between Armenia and Azerbaijan concluded with the mediation of Russia and Turkey, temporarily ends the bloody war and brings hope for...
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Will Biden avoid escalating Cold War between US and China – Bloomberg

Since last year, there have been thoughts that China and the United States have already started a Cold War. American President Donald Trump was...
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Russia’s strategic victory in Nagorno-Karabakh could bring trouble to Ukraine

Russian President Vladimir Putin appears to have achieved a significant victory this week in Nagorno-Karabakh, which can change the geopolitical balance in the entire...
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Why Armenia did not recognize Nagorno-Karabakh ?

Armenian President Armen Sarkissian did not rule out that Yerevan still recognizes the independence of the unrecognized Nagorno-Karabakh Republic... In his words, this did...
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Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict: Canada urges the world not to interfere in the conflict between Yerevan...

Francois-Philippe Champagne - Canadian Foreign Minister spoke on the phone with Armenian Foreign Minister Zohrab Mnatsakanyan, as a result of which he wrote on...
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US accuses Russian troops for several international crimes worldwide

U.S. authorities have indicted six Russians working for Russia's military intelligence service. They are accused of several notorious computer attacks that have been carried...