Putin Parties Down with Pop Singers at Rally Celebrating Anniversary of Crimea Annexation
The carefully stage-managed patriotic display included Putin singing the national anthem as some in the crowd enthusiastically chanted his name.
The Off the Deep End Issue
A Photographic Survey of Russia’s Borders
Maria Gruzdeva spent four years documenting more than 12,000 miles of land and people.
VICE News Capsule - November 25, 2014
Georgia upset over 'strategic partnership' deal between Russia and its breakaway region of Abkhazia, first 3D map of Antarctic sea ice could help understanding of climate change, and Syrian state TV claims world record for longest live talk show.
The Unrecognized Nation of the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic Faces an Uncertain Future
From 1988 to 1994, Armenia and Azerbaijan fought over the terrain in a war that killed up to 30,000 people.
Abkhazia Is Yet Another Country that Doesn't Exist
Almost completely cut off from the outside world, Abkhazia is still suffering from a war that’s very much alive in people's minds.
Abkhazia Is Yet Another Country That Doesn't Exist
Located to the southeast of Sochi, the Caucasus republic is wedged between southern Russia, Georgia, and the Black Sea.