The latest news on Moscow
A breakthrough in Moscow is unlikely, but watch for clues about issues on which each side might give.
The United States and Russia can’t build a sustainable relationship without addressing core problems.
Low oil prices pose the biggest threat to Russia's economic stability.
Russia's Army relies heavily on conscripts, but Russians are working harder than ever to avoid service.
The gunshot death of a Web journalist heightens alarm about efforts to muzzle dissent on the Internet.
Once the home of dour communism, Russia’s capital now goes for glitz and glamour.
Exhibit A: Boris Kuznetsov, who has won U.S. asylum after Russian authorities threatened prosecution.
The city's labor market couldn't be tighter, while the market in the rest of the country stagnates.
Plans for a Moscow gay parade raise concerns that past violence will be repeated.
This story originally appeared in the October 13, 1986, issue of U.S.News & World Report.