Is the international community about to censure Hungary for giving up on its young democratic institutions?
Kosovars are traveling to the Middle East to fight the same U.S.-led forces that once helped secure their country’s freedom.
A would-be white nationalist conference in Hungary ends with confusion, chicken paprikash, and not much else.
Foreign Policy sat down with the leaders of Ukraine's Naftogaz to talk Russia, Europe, energy, and the coming winter.
Oleh Lyashko gets into fist fights, kidnaps rebels, and supplies militias (or so he claims). Meet the radical populist who could play kingmaker in post-Maidan Ukraine.
Cleaning up after five months of war in eastern Ukraine.
Europe brings Russia and Ukraine closer to a natural gas deal that could avert a nasty winter -- if Russian energy brinkmanship is really over.
The dynamic duo of Donald Tusk and Radoslaw Sikorski turned Poland into a European foreign-policy power player. What happens now that they're gone?
Afraid for his hold on power, Putin is cracking down on Internet freedom with a flurry of new laws.
Russia's opposition got crushed in last weekend's local elections. But that didn't exactly come as a surprise.
He doesn’t work for the government. He doesn’t wear a uniform. Meet the mysterious deal broker who’s freeing Ukraine’s prisoners of war.
Vladimir Putin is still setting the terms in Ukraine. Why is Washington okay with that?
The Ukrainian leader addresses Congress and Obama, asking hat in hand for help for his beleaguered nation.
It's time for a dose of realism when we think about how to build new democracies.
A Ukrainian leader on the run, his mansion, and a 15-year-old corruption case.
In eastern Ukraine, residents take advantage of a tenuous cease-fire to re-roof their houses, turn on the street lights, and see how they like their first taste of peacetime autonomy.
Why the memory of a mass hostage-taking -- and the botched rescue attempt that followed -- continues to haunt Russia.
Volunteers are risking life and limb to help evacuate those left behind in the wreckage of eastern Ukraine.
Economic austerity ruined post-Soviet countries in the 1990s. Why are the same policies being forced on Ukraine today?
As Dutch authorities release their report on the downing of MH17, the crash site remains unprotected and the locals are still in denial.
Ukraine's new rulers hope to clean up a country that is among the most corrupt in the world. But they don't have a chance if the Western banks keep accepting money stolen from Ukraine.
How do you make peace in Ukraine when none of the people with guns are listening?