On the holiday’s eve, Russia has received an unexpected holiday present from France, which offered the country its helicopter carriers for as little as €1.4 billion.
Russia insists that North Korea should come back to non-proliferation regime as a non-nuclear state, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Aleksey Borodavkin has said.
A recent report shows the Obama Administration is trying to figure out a way to get the word out about a possible nuclear attack.
December 29, 2010 18:10
The crisis over North Korea’s nuclear program can be solved through diplomatic methods, South Korean President Lee Myung-bak has said, despite recent tension with Pyongyang.
The chief designer of the newest Russian intercontinental ballistic missile has said that, in his view, the United States will fail to create a reliable global anti-missile defense by the planned date of 2018.
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has signed a law increasing liability for the illegal use and trafficking of non-lethal firearms and other offensive weapons.
Israelis and Lebanese have found a new way to fight their wars: trying to win the minds and wallets of tourists. Each country is offering specially designed trips to showcase their side of the battlefield.
The lower house of the Russian parliament on Friday approved the ratification of the strategic offensive arms reduction treaty in the first reading.
The North is likely to stage its third nuclear test next year, according to a report made public by South Korea’s Foreign Ministry Research Center.
The Sukhoi aviation company has delivered six new Su-34 fighter-bombers, as contracted by Russia’s Defense ministry, more than doubling the fleet of such aircraft.
As the New START treaty could finally be ratified, Russia's Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov says that the final document from the US Senate contains some questionable points.
Presidents Dmitry Medvedev and Barack Obama discussed the ratification of new strategic offensive arms reduction treaty over the telephone on Thursday night.