It is clear that the current model of government in Russia does not work – politically or economically
The eurosceptic parliamentarian said he was 'not Pro-Putin'
Western diplomats believe Putin is now willing to force the Syrian dictator out of office
As Foreign Secretary, it fell to him to give the Government’s position on news that Russia claims to be ending its military operations in Syria
It's not just Russia to blame, says Oxfam's Syrian response chief
Move comes just a day after President Putin ordered an end to the five-month air campaign bolstering President Bashar al-Assad's forces
Troops will begin pulling out from the country on Tuesday as Russian President says 'objectives have been achieved'
Alexei Navalny says the incident 'smells of a witness protection programme'
This truly cooperative approach to conflict resolution on a realistic basis has no sound alternatives
Russian propaganda is now firmly on the side of the Out campaign - and the Kremlin's aims are far scarier than the free trade economics of Michael Gove and Boris Johnson
Muslims in Russia are told to join Isis fighters in Syria and if they can’t to ‘fight the apostates’ either ‘with a rope or a knife’
German chancellor has been a leading advocate of economic sanctions against Vladimir Putin’s regime
The ceasefire agreement stipulates that international air strikes against terrorist groups can continue
A novel that imagines a senile Russian ex-president in thrall to his crooked staff
Sixty years on from Kruschev's 'secret speech' denouncing Stalin, Russia has still not fully acknowledged the horrors perpetrated by its dictator – and now there are fears that Putin is returning to his methods. Nadia Beard reports
The Russian President agreed to help broker a truce drawn up with the US but has been heavily criticised for his country's own intervention in the conflict to support Assad