With little international law governing state-sponsored cybercrime, the risk of retaliation and even war is growing.
A new Russian law forces French champagne producers to label their products as 'sparkling wine'.
The Royal Navy is central to the government's vision of 'Global Britain'.
Nothing suggests that HMS Defender's passage was anything but continuous and expeditious. But the UK should avoid relying on Ukrainian "permission" as a justification.
Nord Stream 2 is a pipeline that will deliver Russian gas to Western Europe – and, by extension, increase Putin's influence across the continent. That makes Ukraine and some other countries nervous.
The Biden-Putin summit will be symbolic, rather than substantive - but there could be grounds for cautious optimism.
When announcing financial penalties on Russia earlier this year, Biden hinted at the prospect of 'further' sanctions. An energy scholar explains what Biden may have meant.
Some tension was inevitable at the June 16 US-Russia summit. But Vladimir Putin's defiant support for Belarus's rogue regime now pits him harder against the West.
Questions remain as to Moscow's part in the incident.
Fears grow for the young dissident journalist after he was taken off a Ryanair flight.
Belarus' leader, Alexander Lukashenko, has gone to extraordinary measures to cling to power. Last weekend, this included the state-sanctioned hijacking of a passenger plane.
In the coming decades, governments and private companies will set up permanent bases on the Moon and Mars. And at some point, the first galactic baby will be born.
Fragmented authority for national cyber defense and the vulnerabilities of private companies that control software and infrastructure stack the deck against US cybersecurity.
While Serbia's Covid-19 infection rate continues to be worrisome, the country has shown the ability to vaccinate a higher proportion of its population than EU nations.
The courts have given the government the authority to hack into private computers unannounced. The action addresses a clear threat, but it also sets an unsettling precedent.
An infrastructure boom threatens endangered tigers across Asia. Scientists want to know more about how tigers behave near roads so they can design wildlife-friendly transportation networks.
There's not much the world can do to stop authoritarian rulers from persecuting their political opponents, as shown by the standoff over Russian dissident Alexei Navalny, who is ill and imprisoned.
Two energy and climate policy experts take a closer look at the Leaders Summit on Climate, the US pledge and today's industrial reality.
The average person is likely to be able to survive on a hunger strike for two months, provided they are drinking water. Here's how the human body can manage for so long without food.
It's cheap and easy to store, but the Russian vaccine does not yet have approval in Europe.