In his final rally before Sunday's presidential election, Mikhail Prokhorov, with an estimated wealth of about $18bn, addresses Russians voters who see his business experience as key to improving their country.
The protests that have swept Moscow following alleged vote rigging in December's parliamentary election have made their mark on many people.
While Vladimir Putin has succeeded in alienating the middle class in Russia, in a Soviet-era factory in Siberia, Jonah Hull finds workers still loyal to the man poised to return to the Kremlin.
With just days left until the Russia's presidential election, Al Jazeera’s Jonah Hull travels aboard the Trans-Siberian railway to take the pulse of voters.
As Russia prepares to votes for its next president, Al Jazeera's Jonah Hull sets out on a journey across the country to gauge people's views, beginning in the eastern city of Vladivostok.
How the foreign media is reporting the Greek crisis.
Since Alex Salmond's Scottish National Party was founded 80 years ago, its goal has been the break up of the UK with the establishment of a sovereign independent state, and Salmond is as smart a political operator as they come.
It's becoming more and more difficult for Greek politicians to venture out in public, and mingle with people.
Spanish judge Baltasar Garzon, facing charges of abusing judicial powers, has plenty of support - but plenty of enemies as well.
Al Jazeera's Barnaby Phillips shares his thoughts on the outcomes of major political, economic and sporting events in the next 12 months.
The country that went bust in 2008 is showing signs of recovery, but the partners in the ruling coalition are divided on the issue of integration with EU.