Georgians worry that their passion for Europe isn't being reciprocated. And Russia is ready to step in.
Warsaw's elite thought they were off the record. What happened next threatens Poland's politics and international relations.
Why the problem of inequality isn’t just about differences in income.
Should journalists killed in action be mourned less because they were working for the Kremlin?
Bosnia and Herzegovina had the hardest road to this World Cup. Their exit was no easier.
How Serbia has become indifferent toward the man who lost the war, his honor, and his freedom.
First ethnic violence, now flooding. Can Kosovar Serbs catch a break?
Environmentalists trying to block shale gas exploration across Europe are unknowingly helping Putin maintain his energy leverage over the continent.
How Ukrainian forces took back a town controlled by pro-Russian separatists -- and scored a major victory for their country's morale.
Western governments are right to insist on the territorial integrity of Ukraine and Georgia. But that shouldn't stop them from building ties to contested regions.
Belgium and Uruguay are ready to reap the dividends of diversity.
Every country wants a Brazilian on its team, but what if he scores against Brazil?
Why does the world's media see Bashar al-Assad as invulnerable and Vladimir Putin on the wane?
Today is Journalists' Day in Ukraine. But in a time of war there's little to celebrate.
Anyone who says Russia is losing in Ukraine doesn’t understand how this game is played.
Iran’s ayatollahs are going nuts over a harmless video. But they’re not the first autocrats to obsess about the impact of popular culture.
Putin says Ukraine's nationalist political party Right Sector is the devil incarnate. But they say they're just misunderstood.
The Ukraine crisis is still seen as holding back investment.
Warsaw's liberal diplomat is not the man to take on Russia. And Poland isn't going to save Europe.
Ukraine faces a rising tide of violence in the restive east. Here's why nonviolent activism is the best strategy for fighting back.
Nearly a century after its spectacular demise, why Europe's most embarrassing anachronism is making a comeback.
Petro Poroshenko easily won Ukraine's elections. But from air strikes in the east to empty government coffers in Kiev, the country's new president will have no time to celebrate.
Kiev's iconic Maidan square is now full of Cossacks, tourists, and the homeless. What happened to the protesters who wanted to reshape Ukraine's future?
In Ukraine, women militants are taking up weapons on both sides of the barricades.