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.
A couple of reports surface claiming the president has already decided to abandon Poland and the Czech Republic.
The submarine stunt, coming on the heels of Obama's trip to Moscow, is Putin taking advantage of the U.S. president's weakness.
A final effort to consolidate dictatorship.
Journalist Natalia Estemirova is his latest victim — kidnapped, shot in the head, and dumped by the road.
The president showed the Russians equivocation and weakness. The ball is now in the GOP's court.
A violent clampdown on freedom of expression is in full swing in Russia.
Wishing to bolster its own ad revenues, the Times falsely claimed that Moldovans used Twitter to rally the masses against the reelection of a Communist government.
If our president isn't willing to call out Russia on its human rights abuses, why shouldn't the Kremlin think it can, quite literally, get away with murder?
It's up to the GOP to work to prevent a neo-Soviet state in Russia: the Obama administration certainly won't.
The president badly bungled his first effort at relations with Moscow.
Monday's press conference was one of the most frightening in presidential history.
It's time for Western leaders, including Barack Obama, to demand a stop to Putin's thuggery.
Roman Dobrokhotov is just the latest in a line of young heroes who have stood against the neo-Sovietization of Russia.