There are critical differences between the killings of Litvinenko and Politkovskaya
Tuesday 10th October I arrive in Moscow for the opening of my show "Fifty Seven Hours in the House of Culture," a series of paintings about the Dubrovka theatre siege of 2002. The exhibition is...
Martin Amis's new novel is brilliant and insightful, but offers little news to those versed in the 20th century's first-hand accounts of atrocity
The Russian writer's novel "Life and Fate"—often compared with "War and Peace"—was first published in English in the mid-1980s. But only now is interest taking off among a wider public
Liberalised energy markets have brought Europe to the edge of a gas supply crisis
At St Petersburg, the old G7 countries will find a newly confident Russia willing to exploit energy policy to fulfil geopolitical objectives. What can they do about it?
The Beslan school crisis and the Moscow theatre siege took place with the knowledge and possibly even the assistance of Russian authorities
Russian cinema is not so much repressed as divided. Some films dwell on a glorious lost order, but others are unflinchingly critical of the new one
The Kremlin's taste for using energy assets to play politics and concentrate power is worryingly reminiscent of the Soviet era. What is Putin's next move?