Warfare is changing, and our approach to dealing with our adversaries must change too.
Increased submarine activity is fuelling concerns at Russia's capability to wage information warfare on the West.
Last week’s release of the Dutch Safety Board’s final report on the downing of MH17 held no surprises. While this essentially technical report had no brief to cast blame for the tragedy, no-one familiar…
The reconstructed front of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17, which was shot down over Ukraine in July 2014.
A Dutch Safety Board report is crucial to the progress of the ongoing criminal investigation into downed flight MH17.
The oral vaccine is the most common polio vaccine used in the world.
Recent polio outbreaks in Ukraine and Mali, caused by a vaccine-derived form of poliovirus, don't mean the vaccine isn't working. On the contrary, they are a reminder to keep up vaccination rates.
Ukraine takes a hit: shell damage in Donetsk.
Ukraine is waging a war of self-defence against an international aggressor. We should stop pretending otherwise.
The Face of War by Ukrainian artist Daria Marchenko.
While the case of Lyudmila Savchuk might have highlighted a major push by the Kremlin to control online opinion, the reality on the ground does not look good for Putin.
Fired up, ready to go: soldiers of the Donetsk People’s Republic.
Months after the Minsk II agreement set out a plan for peace, Ukraine is slipping backwards into violence and recriminations.
No place to live.
The US is making common cause with Ukraine, but national security concerns are affecting the human rights of the most vulnerable trying to flee the fighting.
Sifting the remains.
Russia's response to the MH17 disaster came close to making it an international pariah – and an ensuing year of madcap foreign policy has only made things worse.
Does this look like a ceasefire?
Ukraine is giving Russia two options – and neither is likely to end well.
In case of conflict, call in the US cavalry of course.
A Pew survey has found majority of citizens no long support the principle or mutual aid and support.
Often caught talking at cross purposes.
The Russian economy might be hurting, but the government's social contract stands firm against a divided West.
The situation in is Ukraine deteriorating, but the G7 powers apparently have nothing to add.
Learn from the master.
Russian readers are unlikely to believe a narrative that is paid for by Western governments.
Ukraine is making no headway, even after a ceasefire deal.
Both sides appear to be breaking the terms of the ceasefire, while the people of Ukraine struggle to survive.
EPA/Alexei Nikolsky/Ria Novosti/Kremlin
As the West and Russia go about rooting out each other's spies, they also lose the ability to keep tabs on each other. Time to get back in touch.
Not all eyes are on the prize: Eurovision is often as much about undeclared alliances, voting blocs and political paybacks.
Andres Putting (EBU)/Eurovision
For the first time, Australians can vote for this year's Eurovision winner. But it's as much a political battlefield as a song contest -- so hopefully the Russians have forgotten the “shirtfront”.
Weaker than he seems.
Putin is superficially more popular than ever, but his extravagantly militaristic policy and Russia's economic isolation mean he's walking a tightrope.
Vladimir Putin has his own geopolitical priorities.
EPA/Alexei Druginyn/RIA Novosti/Kremlin Pool
Reports that Russia would use nuclear weapons if NATO continues to push into the Baltic states are misleading.and mischievous.