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Russia defends selling arms to both Azerbaijan and Armenia

MOSCOW – Russia’s prime minister has defended Moscow’s policy of selling arms to both Armenia and Azerbaijan, whose military forces have faced off in a sharp escalation of fighting around Nagorno-Karabakh. 109 more words


Russia's poverty rate reaches nine-year high


© AFP/File | People walk past kiosks in an underground passage in Moscow on November 30, 2015

MOSCOW (AFP) – Russia’s recession-hit economy has propelled the country’s poverty rate to a nine-year high, state statistics published Monday showed, as the country struggles to cope with a crippling economic crisis. 315 more words

Discouraging Growth

Russia’s former Deputy Finance Minister Sergei Aleksashenko gave an interview to RFE/RL the other day identifying the problems currently facing the Russian economy.

According to Aleksashenko the Kremlin is lying about the drop in GDP last year. 337 more words


Medvedev Speech Transcript, Munich Security Conference 2016: "Terrorism is Civilisation's Problem"

February 13, 2016
Munich, Germany
Posted on Quemado Institute
February 14, 2016

It is common knowledge that terrorism is not a problem within individual countries. 3,638 more words

Russian Politics

Russia's Medvedev Says "We Are Rapidly Rolling Into A Period Of A New Cold War"

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said his country is in a new Cold War with the U.S. and its allies, underscoring the tenuous level of trust that’s putting a day-old plan for a truce in Syria at risk. 14 more words

United States

Starting More Trouble? Russian PM Medvedev says Russia not bombing civilians in Syria

World | Sat Feb 13, 2016 4:42am EST


Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev attends the Munich Security Conference in Munich, Germany, February 13, 2016. 185 more words

Another Type of Factory-Gate Indicator: Dumpling Sales - China Real Time Report - WSJ

Whether it is the cold drizzle, factory economics or the annual exodus of migrant laborers ahead of Lunar New Year, Lin Xinge is selling fewer dumplings. 596 more words

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