Während die pro-russischen Separatisten ihre Truppen in der Ukraine verstärken, denkt US-Präsident Obama über Waffenlieferungen an Kiew nach. Nun wächst in Russland die Sorge, dass es zu einem offenen Krieg kommen könnte - mit fatalen Auswirkungen.
Nie wierzmy w niezależność Łukaszenki. Białoruski prezydent uzgadnia swą politykę wobec Zachodu z Władimirem Putinem - mówi związany z Kremlem politolog Kiriłł Koktysz.
Moscú, 18 feb (EFECOM).- Más de un tercio de los rusos teme que la crisis económica en el país se traduzca en recortes salariales y despidos, según una encuesta difundida hoy por el Centro de Estudios de la Opinión Pública (VTSIOM, por sus siglas en ruso).
Just before he was jailed for handing out leaflets at a metro station, Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny used his last moments in a Moscow court to record a video urging supporters to join a March 1 protest against President Vladimir Putin.
Despite widespread state news reports that Western governments had been meddling in Ukraine, only 3 percent of Russians think this is true, a respected state pollster said Monday.
MOSCOW, Feb 2 (Reuters) - The following are some of the stories in Russian newspapers on Monday. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
Russians believe that at the moment their country has the friendliest relations with China, Belarus and Kazakhstan and most hostile relations — with the United States, suggests an opinion poll of the All-Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VTSIOM) the results of which were made public on Wednesday, TASS announced.
More than two thirds of Russians are aware of this month's deadly Islamist attack on the Paris headquarters of French weekly Charlie Hebdo, an opinion poll suggests.
Have Russia’s plunging currency and rapidly slowing economy, two problems that have been gradually worsening over the course of 2014, had any impact on the country’s demographic trajectory? Well, judging by the latest data from Rosstat the answer is “maybe!”
Fifteen years after his surprise resignation, Russia's first elected president, Boris Yeltsin, remains as widely unpopular with Russians as he was when he stepped down and left the office in the hands of his successor, Vladimir Putin, a poll has revealed.
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