A flavor of diplomacy that focuses on science cuts through political differences and finds new ways for nations to work together.
The Russian people need to show the world a different side to the scandal-struck country when the World Cup kicks off.
Scandal-plagued FIFA says it's committed to reform. Changing the way World Cup hosts are selected would be a start.
When Senegal face Poland in their first World Cup match in Russia, the whole nation will be roaring them on to victory.
Video Assistant Referees at the World Cup finals in Russia might help African teams to do better than they have done so far.
Russia is aiming to triple international students numbers to more than 700,000 by 2025.
A stunning feat of security service showmanship speaks volumes about Ukraine's abject state of decay.
Vladimir Putin's Russia is as much an imperial power as its Soviet and Tsarist predecessors were.
Roman Abramovich, the owner of Chelsea Football Club, is facing a delay renewing his British visa.
London is a global financial centre that relies on money coming in from overseas. When the EU goes, what is left?
A stint teaching university students in Lithuania leaves a longtime economics professor optimistic about the future of Eastern Europe as it continues its transition to a free-market economy.
Recent historical research has revealed that after the Nazis surrendered at end the Second World War, thousands of German women were raped by Allied forces.
Russian politics depends on a competition between different power networks. And hardline nationalists are winning at the expense of reformers.
Years of mediation by Russia have helped keep a direct Israeli-Iranian conflict off the agenda. But things have changed.
The US Democratic Party has filed an unprecedented lawsuit against Russia for alleged hacking during the 2016 presidential campaign. The case contains lessons for Australian politicians.
After a series of debacles, many metropolitan areas no longer want their leaders to vie for these opportunities.
To understand how a new world war might play out, it's important to remember just how powerful the US really is.
Guns for hire are back in business – and they're making war even more dangerous.
A vigilant public is a necessary component in our collective security strategy against cyber attacks.
The United Nations Charter doesn't allow the use of military force to prevent chemical weapons attacks — no matter how evil — without UN Security Council approval. That needs to change.