Alexander Litvinenko

Former Russian Agent Poisoned In London

The poisoned diplomacy between Russia and the United Kingdom

Alexander Litvinenko’s murder was the stuff of spy novels. Now it’s straining U.K.-Russian relations.
Russia’s Prime Minister Putin uses a pair of binoculars during his working visit to the Siberian Khakasiya region near Karatash settlement outside the city of Abakan

How Litvinenko’s poisoning fits into Putin’s power play

Everything Vladimir Putin has done to reassert Russian power has seemed farfetched, outlandish and inconceivable—until he did it

Evan Solomon: In conversation with Howard Drake

The U.K. High Commissioner to Canada discusses calls to increase defence spending and the Alexander Litvinenko report