Articles by Dmitry Medvedev
US-Russia Tension May Force Moscow To Change Approach To Nuclear Arms Treaty; Military Budget 'Untouched' Amid Crisis
January 15 2015 1:29 PM
The growing pressure of the United States and the West towards Russia may force Moscow to revise its direction on the nuclear arms treaty.
Russian Prime Minister Meets Exporting Companies To Find Solutions To Falling Ruble
December 18 2014 11:57 AM
The Russian currency, ruble, has been falling sharply. The depreciating currency has prompted the government and the central bank to take measures.
3 Proofs Russia Will Retaliate Against Planned Economic Sanctions, Military Aid to Ukraine by U.S.
December 16 2014 5:01 PM
As U.S. President Barack Obama mulls over the fresh round of economic sanctions against Russia and the military aid to Ukraine that the American Congress has recently approved, Russia is showing signs that it is ready to meet pressure with force.
Australia May Export Coal And Uranium To Ukraine Amid Russian Threats Over Gas Debt
December 12 2014 8:45 AM
Australia has welcomed Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko in a state visit that would allow an opportunity for both countries to build ties.
The Russian iPhone: Dual-Screened, Spy-Free, Putin-Approved Smartphone To Rival Apple
December 10 2014 4:51 PM
The Russian designed YotaPhone 2 has been tagged as 2014’s most positively disrupting smartphone.
Australia In ‘Income Recession’ While Russia Struggles To Ward Off Recession In 2015
December 04 2014 12:29 PM
Falling oil prices and slowing down of growth has got many investors concerned about a global recession hitting the markets.
Russia Agrees To Supply Gas To Ukraine: Deal Comes After Ukraine Agrees To Pay Past Dues
November 03 2014 1:52 PM
Russia seems to be the winner as some muscle flexing made EU assisting Ukraine to pay the dues.
Just So You May Know Russia Has 5000 Nukes – Putin Tells the World
October 21 2014 1:19 PM
Vladimir Putin warned the U.S. and its allies Russia's 5,000 nuclear warheads are just around the corner, ready to be fired anytime.
Labor Leader Asks Abbott to Act ‘Sober’ with Putin
October 16 2014 4:29 PM
Deputy Labor leader Tanya Plibersek asked the Australian Prime Minister to use more "sober" language while talking about Putin.
Russia and China To Build Second Gas Pipeline Via Western Route; Ukraine Sanctions Force Moscow to Turn East
October 14 2014 12:23 PM
Russia and China has signed a series of deals to reduce the effects of Western sanctions over the Ukraine crisis. A second natural gas pipeline is being negotiated and the final details are expected in 2015.
Former Australian PM Julia Gillard Says Setting Economic Growth Target In G20 'Not Enough'
September 30 2014 7:26 PM
Ex-prime minister Julia Gillard said if given the chance, she would not only focus on setting economic targets in the G20 meeting in Brisbane but tackle structural reforms to boost growth.
Russia to Create Emergency Fund for Sanctions-Hit Companies, to Build New Rail Line Bypassing Ukraine
September 15 2014 5:21 PM
Russia is set to create an anti-crisis reserve.
Ukraine Crisis: New EU Sanctions vs Russia Goes Into Effect Friday
September 12 2014 9:11 AM
Russia has pulled out its troops from Ukraine, NATO said there still remained 1,000 troops on the ground.
Russia Sure To Retaliate Against New Western Sanctions, Will Bar Western Airlines From Its Airspace
September 09 2014 4:51 PM
Russia continued to adopt a strong stand against a definitive new round of economic sanctions to be imposed by the European Union. It has even warned that should the body push through with the new list, it will bar western airlines from its airspace effective immediately.
EU Slaps New Sanctions On Russia: Makes Ukraine Peace A Condition For Review
September 09 2014 1:15 PM
When EU itself is reeling under an economic slowdown, how far this will deter Russia needs to be seen
2014 Winter Olympics: Bodies Found in Bomb-Rigged Cars Near Sochi, Russia on High Alert
January 10 2014 3:56 PM
Russia is now on high alert after discovering bodies in bomb-rigged cars near Sochi, host city of February's 2014 Winter Olympics.
Russian Smartphone Yota Comes With Double-Sided Screens
December 06 2013 12:16 PM
Despite doubts of many smartphone analysts of today that the Russian smartphone Yota will have a hard time keeping up with all the other popular phones of today, it still pushed through with its launch. The company has their hopes high into making a big break in the foreign market as they hold on with their double-sided screen feature as their cutting edge.
Lady Gaga Lashes Out at Russian Govt for Anti-Gay Laws, Calls It Criminal
August 06 2013 5:52 PM
Lady Gaga is following the footsteps of pop star Madonna in creating controversy. The singer took to Twitter on Monday to slam the "criminal" Russian government laws against the gays and lesbians in the country.
Kremlin Reverts to Typewriters to Protect Data from Leaks (VIDEOS)
July 15 2013 3:25 PM
The clickety clack of typewriters - a sound unknown to today's generation who grew up on PCs, laptops and now tablets - will soon be heard again. At least in Kremlin as a precautionary measure against Wikileaks and government workers like Edward Snowden who spill the beans.
Cyprus Bailout 2013: Aussie Sharemarket Prices Down 2% on Cypriot Bailout Worries as Cyprus Banks Extend Holiday to March 21
March 19 2013 1:12 PM
Australia's sharemarket shed 2 per cent on Monday over investor worries on the Cyprus bailout problem. The All Ordinaries index declined 101.9 points or 1.99 per cent at 5,027.4, while the benchmark S&P/ASX200 index dipped 104.8 points or 2.05 per cent at 5,015.4.