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Crimean secession means more misery for the impoverished peninsula

Russian President Putin, chief of Crimea's government Aksyonov, Crimean parliamentary speaker Konstantinov and Sevastopol Mayor Chaliy attend signing ceremony at the Kremlin in Moscow

Since most people don’t like to vacation next to tanks and soldiers, the tourism-dependent region will suffer.

Crimea nationalizes Ukrainian energy firms ahead of Russian annexation

An armed man, believed to be Russian serviceman, stands guard outside a Ukrainian military base in Perevalnoye

‘All establishments, businesses and other organisations of Ukraine … will belong to Crimea’

Putin ignores Obama's protests, annexes Crimea

Russian President Putin addresses the Federal Assembly at the Kremlin in Moscow

Joe Biden calls the emotional event a mere ‘land grab’

13 supermodels taller than Vladimir Putin

It’s not too hard to be taller than Putin who is 5’5″

McCain blasts 'absolute timidity' of Obama's new sanctions against Putin

‘I don’t know how it could’ve been weaker, besides doing nothing’

Obama talks tough, but pushes Ukraine concession to Putin

A woman holds a sign with a portrait of Russian President Putin and the words "Putin - Occupant" during a pro-Ukrainian rally in Simferopo

Ukraine constitutional changes could yield ground to Russia

White House swings small stick against Russia

Russia's President Putin, accompanied by Russian Defence Minister Shoigu, walks to watch military exercises upon his arrival at Kirillovsky firing ground in Leningrad region

Officials sanction 11 Russians, but suggest new Ukraine constitution could be a peace deal

Crimea votes to join Russia by an overwhelming margin

Demonstrators take part in a pro-Russian rally in Odessa
World condemns referendum at gunpoint

Russia suspected of pulling billions of dollars out of the US Fed's grasp

Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks during a meeting with paralympic delegations in Sochi

‘It could be somebody else, but it does seem circumstantial’

Former Bush official: Putin 'seems to be scaring people in the White House'

'We should be making the Russians a little bit afraid of us'

Report: EU says 'frack' you to Putin's energy monopoly

Russian President Vladimir Putin watches the cross country skiing men's relay during the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Olympics at Laura Cross-Country Ski and Biathlon Center near Krasnaya Polyana

‘We adopted measures that should encourage shale gas exploration’

General: Rejecting Keystone would 'make Mr. Putin's day'

Protesters rally about the Keystone XL oil pipeline along U.S. President Barack Obama's motorcade as he arrives at the Jefferson Hotel in Washington

‘International bullies’ are watching

Ukraine crisis gets worse, tanks appear in the east

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Obama's deescalation efforts are failing

Russia primed to invade rest of Ukraine

Russian Tanks

Dow Jones plummets

If Transnistria is any lesson in Russian dominion, Crimea should be worried

Aksyonov, Crimea's pro-Russian prime minister, stands as a member of a pro-Russian self defence unit takes an oath to Crimea government in Simferopol

The border region is a case study in predatory Russian-style state capitalism

Russia's new Ukraine strategy: take Crimean oil and gas, build alternative pipelines

Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin looking new age with these blue rimmed beauties. (Photo: ALEXEY DRUZHININ/AFP/Getty Images)

Two-thirds of Russia’s gas exports to Europe travel through Ukraine

8 dictators who are better at despotism than Putin

He really has some work to do to become elite

Why fast-tracking Ukraine into NATO is a terrible idea

Demonstrators call on the U.S. to take measures against Russia's recent actions in Ukraine, in front of the White House in Washington

The rules say it can’t join with Crimea unresolved anyway, but aside from that, it would risk intensifying the conflict.

10 famous Vladimirs not named Putin

The Vladimirs that may not be making headlines this week

Former Soviet spy chief claims Putin regime is an 'intelligence agency dictatorship'

Russian President Vladimir Putin chairs Russian government meeting at Novo-Ogaryovo residence outside Moscow

Co-author says Putin still retains ‘Soviet-Marxist’ ideology