Troops from around the world gathered in the Siberian summer to compete in the Russian Army Games, which the Russian military conceived to counter tensions after Russia's invasion of Crimea in 2014. DW's Nicholas Connolly reports from Siberia.
Vladimir Putin is running for a fourth term as Russian president. His policy platform is still unknown. But he is seemingly and subtly preparing his country for war. Is this a campaign ploy, or genuine cause for concern?
Armed men in unmarked uniforms in Luhansk: The power struggle seems to be intensifying in this separatist stronghold in eastern Ukraine. Scenes in the center of the city are reminiscent of the annexation of Crimea.
Russian lawmakers banned the reporters of the US-funded Voice of America and Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty from attending Duma sessions. Previously, Russia's Justice Ministry designated the outlets as "foreign agents."
As worries linger over Donald Trump’s relationship with Russia and his commitment to partners abroad, is the US still a dependable ally? Conflict Zone meets the US Army’s top general in Europe, Ben Hodges.
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