Moscow's cancellation of natural gas exports to Kiev ratchets up the pressure on Ukraine -- and is making European leaders nervous about energy supplies.
Why does the world's media see Bashar al-Assad as invulnerable and Vladimir Putin on the wane?
It's hard to tell France not to sell warships to Russia when the United States is also placing profit over policy.
Today is Journalists' Day in Ukraine. But in a time of war there's little to celebrate.
Is just a drop in the bucket or a real commitment to stem threats from Russia?
Russia is talking up prospects for a second natural gas pact with Beijing, but this one might be a tougher sell.
Why the Russian president’s dream of 'near abroad' linked to Moscow might be less than the sum of its parts.
The secret history of Mikhail Gorbachev's ill-timed trip to Beijing -- and why Russia still fears the contagion of Tiananmen.
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.
Sorry, Europe: It ain't a pretty picture.
This question might seem odd, but it's at the heart of what world leaders need to grapple with at the G7 summit this week.
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.
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.
In Ukraine, women militants are taking up weapons on both sides of the barricades.
Ukrainians hope that Petro Poroshenko can lead them out of the current crisis. But can one man provide the solution to all the country's problems?
After years of talks, Moscow and Beijing finally inked a $400 billion deal that will change the face of the global natural gas market.
Inside the shadowy Washington PR network with ties to dictators' cronies, war criminals, and suspicious Ukrainian arms transporters.
Moscow and Beijing concluded an energy pact that has been in the works for years. That's better news for China than for Russia.
Vladimir Putin went to Shanghai to sign an energy pact worth billions of dollars. Too bad China wasn't ready to play ball.
A dangerous new crop of dictators is learning that they really can get away with murder. But it's as much Obama's fault as it is Putin's.