Igor Serebryany is a Russian-Canadian journalist, who worked for Russian, Canadian, US, Chinese, British media. Currently, he lives in Moscow.
As Venezuela continues to be gripped by political instability, reports of Russian aircraft and troops arriving in the country have begun circulating, despite denials by Russia’s Defence Ministry.
A report in a major publication alleges that Turkey is considering granting US defence companies access to Russian military know-how as part of its deal to buy the Patriot missile system from the US. Is this even a feasible scenario?
What's behind the latest incident in the Strait of Kerch, and is Russia's seizure of Ukrainian ships a product of negligence, misunderstanding or deliberate provocation?
As the armed conflict in Syria nears its end, thousands of Russian women who were married to Daesh fighters are looking for a way out.
The Kerch Bridge, symbolically linking Crimea to Russia, was deeply opposed by Ukraine. While investigators have yet to uncover the motives behind the attack, what will this mean for Crimea?
What's behind the British call for 'urgent action to counter Russia' in Libya?
What key facts did the editorial: 'Putin Troops in Libya' ignore?
Are we witnessing a Russian pivot to Libya, and what's really at stake?
A journalist recounts his harrowing experience of 'Black October' and asks why Russians choose to forget the dark episode of Russian history.
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