Russia’s largest Internet company is locked in a major dispute with rival Google, a situation complicated by highly unfavorable investment conditions in Russia. Can Yandex compete by itself or does it need the help of the Russian government?
After the controversial summit of Russian and European far-right nationalists in St. Petersburg, the threat of extreme nationalism making political inroads across Europe is becoming increasingly ominous
At Tufts University, the four-day EPIIC conference is attracting some of the leading Russia experts to discuss topics related to Moscow’s role in the modern world order, including the future of Russia-U.S. relations
Amidst Russia-NATO tensions over Ukraine, the Kremlin is testing the country's military capability. In response, NATO has also been initiating large-scale maneuvers in Europe
RD Interview: Guy Mettan, the President of the Joint Chamber of Commerce Switzerland-Russia & CIS, shares his views on the roots of the current crisis between Russia and Europe and proposes several ways to improve the situation
This week Russia released its own version of American TV show «Homeland» and celebrated the one-year anniversary of the takeover of Crimea. Moscow also said goodbye to its main image-maker in the West, American PR company Ketchum
RD Interview: Walter Schwimmer, a prominent Austrian politician and Secretary General of the Council of Europe from 1999-2004, shares his views on what Russia should do next in order to find common ground with the nations of Europe