A poll by Pew Research found that attitudes to both democracy and homosexuality remain very conservative in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), including among the young.
President says US to continue backing Ukraine's reforms, as well as its sovereignty, territorial integrity and independence.
Demand flies in face of current US moves to significantly broaden Russia sanctions imposed in 2014.
Emerging market investment start-up posted a profit of £1.378mn ($1.75mn) last year compared with £361,171 in 2015.
Russian state atomic energy corporation set to sign preliminary deal to sell stake in nuclear project Turkey badly needs to cut costs of imported energy.
Russian stock market immediately sold off by 1.7% on the approval of new US sanctions and took the index to its lowest level this year.
Conditions faced by workers at stadiums being built to host the championship come under harsh scrutiny in a new Human Rights Watch report.
Legislation receives broad bipartisan support despite Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's call for "flexibility" in Russia policy.
Russian market ripe for return after three years in the doldrums, says CEO Tony Goodwin.
Emerging markets are starting to feature more prominently on the QS World University Rankings, with Russia's top five universities all advancing more than 10 places on the latest index.
Alexei Navalny detained again by police as opposition leader builds on success of March protests.
Officials insist enhanced EU defence co-operation should focus on terrorism and is not a reaction to the way President Trump has cast doubt over Nato guarantees.
Frozen conflict likely as international plan to end Donbas fighting fails to find impetus.
CEO Tony Goodwin says recruiting giant is close to completing acquisition of major local operator.
The banking downturn is over, with profitability surging last year, according to the lender's annual CEE Banking Report.
President calls for new legislation for introduction of digital technology in all spheres, with a special focus on information security of government, business and citizens.
Tribunal rejected Gazprom’s ‘take-or-pay’ claim and satisfied demand of Ukraine's Naftogaz to make contract price market-reflective.
Ukrainian leadership hails passage of trade pact despite alleged obstruction by "contaminated Kremlin".
President Poroshenko needs a candidate who is acceptable to Kyiv’s Western backers, able to secure parliament's support in the Ukrainian parliament, and is loyal to Poroshenko himself.
Analysts are incredulous after London unit’s post-tax profit slumped last year by almost 50% to $30mn.