The White House is hoping that President Obama’s visit with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko will send a message to Russian President Vladimir Putin that the United States stands with Ukraine. Speaking to reporters aboard Air Force...Show More Summary
What was once a battle for the moon has now become a race to the Arctic between the West and Russia. On September 8, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced that Russia’s military presence in the Arctic is one of nation’s top priorities, arguing that it will protect shipping routes between Europe and the Pacific. Show More Summary
It took President Obama a long time and multiple stumbles to back into a foreign policy role that looks something like leadership. If Russian President Putin is agreeing to a cease-fire in Ukraine that just might hold, the U.S.-led combination of pressure and restraint deserves much of the credit. Show More Summary
Arseny Yatseniuk accuses Russian president of trying to "eliminate Ukraine as an independent country".
Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk on Saturday accused Russian President Vladimir Putin of wanting to wipe out Ukraine as an independent country despite a truce deal. "His aim is not just to take Donetsk and Lugansk," Yatsenyuk...Show More Summary
The Russian president also accused the West of staging the crisis in Ukraine in order to "resuscitate" the NATO alliance.
A prominent Orthodox Church leader in Ukraine has stated that Russian President Vladimir Putin is being guided by Satan.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is feeling around for the gaps that have emerged in NATO's defenses, and it may take more than military spending to patch them up
Yep, Putin just threatened to use his nukes. Now it’s time for Washington to decide on a time-out for the Russian president.
The Russian president apparently joined the KGB after seeing the Lithuanian, who went on to star in ‘Solaris’ and died Thursday at 90, in a Soviet-era spy flick.
Ukraine signs a peace agreement with the rebels, and it has Russian President Putin’s blessing – but not his signature.
If you are looking for something to gag on today, please consider the Bloomberg View by Leonid Bershidsky Ukraine's Cease-Fire Is Putin's Victory....As for Russian President Vladimir Putin, he has secured a ringside seat and may settle down with a bowl of popcorn. Show More Summary
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said he and a rebel leader had agreed to ceasefire, which is part of Russian President Vladimir Putin's seven-point plan toward peace.
Russian president Vladimir Putin visits a Rosneft oil refinery on the Black Sea last year EU ambassadors head into yet another meeting Friday afternoon to hammer out the latest round of sanctions against Russia. Their bosses have promised...Show More Summary
Last week, Stephen Colbert joined Fox News is calling for Russian President Vladimir Putin or Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to step for President Barack Obama for a few days in order to help eliminate ISIS. Since then, even more political talkers have been wishing for British Prime Minister David Cameron.
Following a video threat, posted by ISIS yesterday from the newly captured northern Syrian town of Tabqa, aimed at Vladimir Putin, the Russian President’s friend and ally, Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov, responded threatening ISIS, vowing...Show More Summary
On Wednesday, Russian President Vladimir Putin wrote up a seven-point plan to end the fighting in Ukraine. The first point, written on a sheet of notebook paper: "End active offensive operations." The plan, written by hand as Putin was...Show More Summary
1. Russian President Vladamir Putin laid out a seven-point plan for a permanent ceasefire in eastern Ukraine to which Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk responded: "The real plan of Putin is to destroy Ukraine and to restore the Soviet Union." 2. Show More Summary
Russian President Vladimir Putin has shown a surprising willingness to shoulder the economic costs of his aggression against Ukraine. It's time to make him pay more dearly. Russian President Vladimir Putin has shown a surprising willingness to shoulder the economic costs of his aggression against Ukraine. It's time to make him pay more dearly.
by Jonah Shepp Putin's message last night to Ukraine: negotiate with rebels and accept a frozen conflict – or else. http://t.co/ALvGeXOhT5— Ben Judah (@b_judah) August 29, 2014 The Russian president has unveiled a seven-point plan to end the fighting in Eastern Ukraine, which he claims to have arrived at after consultations with his Ukrainian counterpart […]