India and Russia are going to begin a series of large-scale military exercises today in the eastern military district of Russia.
The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) has ruled that financial institutions in the country will not be allowed to handle new Russian banknotes that feature landmarks from annexed Crimea.
Facebook is on the hunt to recruit people who have national security clearances, as part of a broader push to address meddling on the social network ahead of general elections.
The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has ordered government agencies to stop using any software products made by security company Kaspersky Lab.
China is hosting the 9th Brics summit from Sunday 5 September as tensions are beginning to appear around the group, made up of Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa.
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The US Treasury department announced on Thursday that it will fine global oil company ExxonMobil $2m for violating Ukraine-related sanctions in May 2014.
Considering the ride-sharing startup Uber is regarded as one of the most successful in the world, it is not without its problems.
Thought the Trump/Russia saga couldn’t get any more ridiculous?
US president Donald Trump has rolled back on suggestions the US and Russia could work together to form what he called an “impenetrable cyber security shield” to prevent any future tampering by foreign powers in the country’s elections.
The UK parliament suffered a cyber attack this weekend which saw around 90 email accounts compromised.
While North Korea has not suggested it intends to attack its immediate neighbours or their energy infrastructure it does have the capabilities to do so.
On Sunday afternoon the US-led coalition fighting Isis blocked pro-Assad forces from entering the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF)-held town of Ja’Din in Raqqa province.
Russia has lifted a ban on imports of Turkish food, but will continue to limit imports of Turkish tomatoes to help its own producers of sauces and juices.
India’s prime minister Narendra Modi is visiting Europe this week.
The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) ministers will gather in Vienna, the Austrian capital today to discuss the world’s oil supply and prices.
Wall Street suffered its worst day in eight months yesterday as investors grow concerned over the political situation in the US.
Turkish authorities banned Wikipedia on the weekend, but the Chinese government, also known for enforcing strict censorship laws, has taken a different approach.
French presidential candidate, the independent centrist Emmanuel Macron was heckled by factory workers in Amiens, his hometown, following a visit by his far-right rival, Marine Le Pen.
Fancy Bear, the Russian hacking group which targeted Hillary Clinton and the Democratic National Committee during the US presidential election, has turned its focus to French politics.
Human rights campaigners are planning to march on the Russian Embassy in London later today in protest against “purges” of gay men in Chechnya, a federal republic of Russia.
Russia and China may, or may not, be to blame for a crash in the UK’s voter registration website in the weeks leading up to the EU referendum, according to a report by parliament’s cross-party Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee (PACAC).
The joint plan between the US and the UK to pile the pressure on Russia has fallen apart after the G7 group of industrialised nations failed to back the bid.
A Russian computer programmer, Pyotr Levashov, has been arrested in Spain for suspected links to the Russian hacking of the US presidential election.
The US government launched airstrikes in Syria last night targeting military infrastructure controlled by the country’s president Bashar al-Assad.
These three things will have an impact on the wider world.
Negotiations began this week at the United Nations (UN) to discuss a treaty to outlaw nuclear weapons.
Illegal amber mining is flourishing in Russia and Ukraine, but as local gangs take advantage of the bountiful stone, the environment is quickly being destroyed.
Russia has been holding on to its Cold War role as the world’s second biggest arms exporter, yet this position is under threat.