Two years ago, Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov was assassinated on the street near the Kremlin. The murder has never been solved.
A ceremony to rename the square in honor of the Russian opposition activist Boris Nemtsov followed a similar move in Washington. Vilnius' mayor thanked Russians who had supported Lithuania in its fight for independence.
Former Polish Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski told DW why he sees Russia as a threat to European stability – and why he supports a possible US military presence in Poland.
He's the main figure of the anti-Kremlin opposition movement in Russia and he's been spearheading protests against upping the retirement age: Alexei Navalny's rearrest is just one sign that Vladimir Putin may be nervous.
A surprising bromance between a Bosnian Serb secession advocate and Russian strongman Vladimir Putin has observers on edge. Moscow's aims are complex, but there is no mistaking its presence in the election campaign.
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