Polish police officers search for missile wreckage in a farmer’s field near where a missile struck, killing two people in the village of Przewodów near the border with Ukraine, Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2022.
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The recent military mishap in Poland shows such incidents are bound to happen near war zones. We should be ready for them.
Environmental activists protest against Energy Charter Treaty while its reform is negotiated.
The Energy Charter Treaty allows fossil fuel investors to sue governments over climate action – prompting EU countries to withdraw.
Staff members work at a newly opened fast-food restaurant in a former McDonald’s outlet in June 2022 in Moscow. It offers most of the same items as McDonald’s and is an example of how Russia is defying western sanctions.
(AP Photo/Dmitry Serebryakov)
As Russians come to terms with the seriousness of the war in Ukraine, the Russian economy is weathering the storm of western sanctions.
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The Dutch example in the convictions relating to the MH17 crash is one other courts, including in Australia, should follow in response to Ukrainian war crimes.
Man-portable surface-to-air missile systems (MANPADs) are a key weapon in Ukraine’s air defence.
When a missile landed in Poland the world held its breath. But it showed the urgency of Ukraine’s demands for more military aid.
President Putin is looking to improve his relationship with Turkey.
Russia’s plan to start flights to Northern Cyprus is likely to provoke a reaction from Greece.
Vladimir Putin has eschewed liberal democracy and remains vulnerable because of this, according to Fukuyama.
It’s a phrase often bandied around – but what does it mean? And how relevant is the notion of ‘the end of history’ today?
Polish president Andrzej Duda speaks to the media after discussing the missile incident with US president Joe Biden.
The world held its breath when a Russian-made missile landed in Poland. What would it take for Nato to intervene militarily?
Police officers gather at the site where offcials say a Russian-made missile fell.
Polish authorities are investigating what they initially believed to be a Russian-made missile blast close to the border with Ukraine. Later, the country’s president said it was likely to have been an accident.
Keep your friends close: Xi Jinping and Joe Biden meet on the sidelines of the 2022 G20 summit in Bali, Indonesia.
Ukraine was just one of a number of potential areas of conflict that the two leaders discussed at their face-to-face meeting in Bali.
Bunker tourism in Prague with a display of children in gas masks inside of the Bezovka nuclear bunker.
Cold War-era bunkers in Prague have been repurposed as tourist sites and nightlife venues. With war in Ukraine bringing renewed nuclear threats, could these bunkers revert to their original purpose?
US president Joe Biden meets Indonesian president Joko Widodo ahead of the 2022 G20 summit in Bali, Indonesia.
The G20 meets this week as Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, soaring energy prices and economic slowdown places leaders at odds with one another.
In late 2021, REvil appeared to shut up shop. But it seems the group, or at least a close genetic descendant, is back in business.
Ukrainian personnel fire a canon in the Kherson area.
There are 3 reasons why Russia’s loss of Kherson – if Moscow’s claims are accurate – will likely prove decisive for the future of the war, and potentially Putin’s own fortunes too.
Vladmir Putin is very popular in Serbia.
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European leaders have failed to notice how much support Serbia is providing to Russia, an expert says.
Iran’s short-range surface-to-surface Fateh-110 being test-fired in 2010.
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Iran has showcased these new weapons, with deadly result, in Yemen and Lebanon.
The bombed ruins of buildings in Mariupol after Russian attacks.
Vladimir Putin has updated his siege tactics as Ukraine enters a winter war
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Eight million Ukrainians have fled abroad since the invasion started.
Two protestors, one wrapped in the Belarusian opposition flag and the other in the Ukrainian, walk side by side in Berlin calling for peace in Ukraine on February 27, 2022.
While Belarus is rightly seen as a co-aggressor in Russia’s war on Ukraine, its future involvement in the conflict is open to speculation. One thing is certain: a majority of Belarusians oppose it.
There are 3 reasons why we shouldn’t discount the possibility that defeat in Ukraine might make the Kremlin’s edifice crumble.