The latest news on Russia
There is little incentive for the Syrian president to flee his country yet, experts say.
The new year will bring a host of foreign policy threats that could boil over in 2013.
The only ones who will suffer because of Russian President Vladimir Putin's ban on American families adopting Russian children are the orphans.
MOSCOW (AP) — The upper chamber of Russia's parliament on Wednesday unanimously voted in favor of a measure banning Americans from adopting Russian children. It now goes to President Vladimir Putin to sign or turn down.
MOSCOW (AP) — Russia realizes changes in Syria are needed but is concerned that the push to unseat President Bashar Assad's regime could plunge the country even deeper into violence, Russian President Vladimir Putin said Thursday.
Russian involvement necessary for post-Assad stability, the Defense secretary says.
If Washington treats Asia similarly on missile defense as it did Eastern Europe, allies there should be wary of cooperation.
Saber-rattling maneuver comes as NATO arms Turkey.
There have been a lot of positive developments in India, but the growth of the business class does not accurately represent the entire country.
Russian president, fond of wolf hunting and judo fighting in public, may be hurting in private.