Moscow has long opposed a missile shield in Poland and the Czech Republic. But the US shouldn't expect too much in return.
The Obama administration is expected to announce Thursday it will shelve Bush-era plans to erect a missile defense shield in Eastern Europe, after Iran’s long-range missiles were deemed less of a threat than previously believed.
The financial crisis has halted breakneck development in the Russian capital that was tearing down historic buildings and replacing them with replicas.
The sale of GM's European unit to a Canadian-Russian consortium could help diversify Russia's energy-focused economy.
Venezuelan leader recognizes Georgia breakaway states, South Ossetia and Abkhazia as added bonus during Moscow visit.
Twenty years ago today, Hungary decided to test its allies' mood by opening its border, allowing thousands of East Germans to escape.
Speculation that the Arctic Sea cargo ship seized in the Baltic in July was carrying weapons or other illicit cargo continues to swirl.