Putin’s worldview echoes Russian phrase, ‘Who is not with us, is against us.’
Ukraine’s successes against Russia’s Black Sea fleet have increased confidence in its ability to protect shipping in and out of its ports.
Vladimir Putin and his KGB men have steadily extinguished the artistic freedom the genre enjoyed in the 1990s, with Ukraine’s invasion adding yet another nail in the coffin.
After nearly two years of bloody battle, there are signs that both sides are nearing exhaustion and might be prepared, for now, to accept a stalemate and an end to the fighting.
Nearly three years after seizing power, the military junta in Myanmar has lost control of most of the country.
A new report from the Modern Language Association shows an unprecedented drop in the study of foreign languages among college students.
When you view photos and video through the fog of war, first ask yourself: Do I really know what I’m looking at?
Since 1947 the clock’s hand have been set at the beginning of every year.
Hawkish foreign policy wonks have called for a breakup of Russia. But would that fall into Beijing’s hands?
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed claims his landlocked country has a right to demand maritime access to a Red Sea port from its neighbors in the Horn of Africa − Somalia, Eritrea and Djibouti.
The leader of Chechnya rules with brute force, impunity and near autonomy. Why doesn’t Vladimir Putin rein him in?
The consumer boycotts over the Gaza crisis are the latest in a long line. Here’s when they’re more effective.
Moscow has pulled the plug on yet another safety valve preventing conflict with the west.
People talk about genocide in a few different ways, ranging from technical to colloquial – but a war of words does not replace a path to peace, a genocide scholar writes.
Ukraine needs some successes on the battlefield if it is to maintain international support.
LNG carriers were delayed in unloading in EU ports because there weren’t enough terminals to process the fuel.
The Ukraine war’s impact on food insecurity is critical, but there is more to the picture. The main problem is that capitalism allows food and other basic needs to become precarious commodities.
How will Earth’s vast boreal forests look in a warmer world? Combining satellite-based research with fieldwork shows that the planet’s largest wilderness may be changing in unexpected ways.
Harsh winter conditions will affect equipment and morale in Ukraine.
Russia has strong ties with Israel as well as many Arab states, so it is well placed as a mediator. But does war in the Middle East suit Moscow’s priorities?