by Travis Waldron Posted on June 2, 2015
FIFA president Sepp Blatter will resign after a week of corruption allegations. But FIFA faces challenges and questions about its ability to reform itself.
by Travis Waldron Posted on May 26, 2015
A new governmental plan would send prison laborers to factories to supply goods for Russia's World Cup projects.
by Scott Keyes Posted on May 19, 2015
What is it like when a top European team from eastern Ukraine is displaced by war?
by Justin Salhani Posted on May 13, 2015
With foreign fighters already serving on both sides of the conflict, the latest bill is seen by experts as an attempt to legitimize their presence and potentially reign them in.
by Emily Atkin Posted on April 1, 2015
Russia's contribution to the international climate agreement was, admittedly, a little strange.
by Beenish Ahmed Posted on March 11, 2015
Should “the man Vladimir Putin fears most" be afraid?
by Zack Ford Posted on March 6, 2015
The third season of House of Cards not only portrays Russia's ban on "gay propaganda" accurately, but provides a reminder that it hasn't gone away.
by Beenish Ahmed Posted on March 5, 2015
"We are already seeing the creation of a Stalinist-type state -- enormous power is concentrated in the hands of one man," Viktor Shmyrov said.
by Beenish Ahmed Posted on March 1, 2015
"The fact that they killed him is a message to frighten everyone, the brave and the not brave," Ilya Yashin, a member of Boris Nemtsov's Solidarity Party said.
by Jessica Goldstein Posted on February 18, 2015
"We gave those protests our support, even though we live in Russia, because police violence and death have no nationality."