Oleg Kashin is the latest victim of Putin's brutality, as Washington cravenly sticks to its "reset" policy.
Leading independent paper Novaya Gazeta is on the ropes and Russian internet media is next, but Obama would prefer to keep up appearances.
Amidst office raids, he threatens to "crack the skulls" of protesters who assemble without police permission.
Russia Today thinks of Stalin as a romantic poet, and terminates reporters who won’t toe the Kremlin’s party line, but that hasn't stopped the TV network from being nominated for an Emmy Award.
The firm's Russia website proclaims financial support for Putin's virulently racist youth group.
The new website "Modern Russia" was created by the same outfit that bribed Armstrong Williams to propagandize for the Bush administration. It now seeks to corral naive investors for Putin's Russia.
Last week, the foreign policy architecture of the United States collapsed in truly spectacular fashion.
Obama's "appearances are everything" approach has done nothing less than allow the possible rebirth of the Cold War.
A quick overview of the president's gaffe-prone, inexplicably weak, and dangerously naive foreign policy.
Obama makes the Russia-friendly announcement amidst heaping praise on Russian president Dmitri Medvedev.
Despite Putin's claims to the contrary, the Muslim separatists show no sign of giving in to the authorities who are engaged in a bloody crackdown on civilians in the region.
Next stop for U.S. troops? Maybe a similar parade in Tehran?
Two armies are gathered, fighting two simultaneous battles, one in Strasbourg and one in Moscow. The soldiers are lawyers, and the result of their combat will likely determine Russia’s future.
A blogging thorn in Putin's side, Oleg Kozlovsky meets with President Obama.
One flawed, debunked study that was disseminated by the New York Times tries to make that point while ignoring the fact that Putin's Russia is a demographic basket case.
Is Obama engaged in a concerted effort to dismantle American power?
The Russian dictator has become more aggressive since the president caved in to his demands on missile defense for Eastern Europe.
Business mogul, newspaper owner, and French senator Serge Dassault pulls out all the stops for the Russian dictator.
Sergei Magnitsky, lawyer for a former Putin ally who challenged the regime's corruption, dies in prison after being tortured.
More fallout from Obama's abandonment of Eastern Europe, as Russia stages a mock invasion of its now defenseless neighbor.
Voter fraud in the local elections of October 11 was outrageous — even by Putin's standards.
The president's utter disregard — or ignorance — of Russia's murderous racism.
The Kremlin critic is in fear for his life, hiding from Putin's stooges who have targeted him.
Putin sells missiles to the Iranians, who worry that Israel may soon strike their nuclear sites.
The only person still alive who can link Vladimir Putin to the staged 1999 Moscow bombings — which vaulted him to power — is talking. Condé Nast had the story, then suppressed it.