Yevgeny Kiselyov

Opinion 3 weeks ago

How I Remember the Putsch (Op-ed)

How I Remember the Putsch (Op-ed)

Opinion 3 weeks ago

Aug. 19, 1991, is probably one of the few days of my life that I will always remember down to the smallest detail.

Opinion 4 years ago

Putin Divides Allies at Normandy

Putin Divides Allies at Normandy

Opinion 4 years ago

Putin's reception by EU leaders at Normandy indicates a policy schism between the U.S and Europe, when in fact the West should have long ago united against him, writes Yevgeny Kiselyov.

Opinion 4 years ago

Putin's Shrewd Endorsement of Tymoshenko

Putin's Shrewd Endorsement of Tymoshenko

Opinion 4 years ago

Moscow sees in Tymoshenko an opportunity to restore the status quo.

Opinion 4 years ago

Why Yanukovych Is Scared

Why Yanukovych Is Scared

Opinion 4 years ago

Protesters are becoming more extreme and unwilling to reach any compromise with Yanukovych. This could lead to a worst-case scenario in which Ukraine is divided into two separate nations.

Opinion 4 years ago

Khodorkovsky Free at Last

Khodorkovsky Free at Last

Opinion 4 years ago

It is unlikely that Putin pardoned Khodorkovsky just to improve his image. After all, he has always placed domestic political goals above his global reputation.

4 years ago

Putin's Pyrrhic Victory in Ukraine

Putin's Pyrrhic Victory in Ukraine

4 years ago

Putin thought he had won by snatching the "Ukrainian prize" away from the EU. But his victory is becoming more Pyrrhic with each passing day.

5 years ago

The Berezovsky Who I Knew

The Berezovsky Who I Knew

5 years ago

Berezovsky was an intellectual with a keen sense of taste and manners who attracted women of all ages.

5 years ago

Russia Will Be Downgraded on U.S. Priority List

Russia Will Be Downgraded on U.S. Priority List

5 years ago

In his second inaugural address on Jan. 21, U.S. President Barack Obama said, "We will support democracy from Asia to Africa, from the Americas to the Middle East." Hearing this, I drew ...

6 years ago

'Intelligentsia' Has Become a Bad Word in Russia

'Intelligentsia' Has Become a Bad Word in Russia

6 years ago

There is a famous story about a senior Soviet official charged with monitoring Soviet writers' loyalty to communism and the Soviet state. The official complained to his boss, Josef Stalin, saying: "Those ...

7 years ago

Yanukovych's Gamble Could Backfire

Yanukovych's Gamble Could Backfire

7 years ago

The trial of former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko is approaching its final stages in Kiev. Amazingly, just 18 months ago, Tymoshenko was only a few percentage points away from winning the ...