Putin’s war on democracy played a role in the CSTO’s decision to deploy troops in Kazakhstan. With the invasion of Ukraine, did experts miss early signs of Putin’s resolve to act on threats?
For Kim Jong-Un, the Russian invasion of Ukraine is an ideal distraction
While the world is preoccupied with Russia, another unpredictable adversary is acting up under the radar.
A war in Ukraine means an energy crisis in Europe
The EU is being asked to confront its dependency on Russian gas and oil.
Hungary flirts with Russia amid Ukraine invasion
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has steered Budapest closer to Moscow since stepping into power.
North Korean hypersonic missile tests rattle East Asia
As Pyongyang ramps up its program, should Washington be worried?
Russia is working against its interests in the South Caucasus
Putin stands to lose his leverage over Armenia — and Russia’s foothold in a key region.
Hit or Miss: A comparison of climate goals among G20 countries
Canada. Russia. Germany. Argentina. All members of the G20. All tackling wildly varied climate actions plans.
Belarus is Europe’s greatest liability
EU leaders need to address the chaos emanating from Minsk.
Amid wave of anti-LGBT policy and autocratic rule in Poland, new abortion law sparks mass protests
Marchers defied coronavirus curfews in cities across the country in the largest protests since the fall of communism.
The decades-long fight over Nagorno-Karabakh has reignited
Discord between Armenia and Azerbaijan has intensified, begging a coordinated international response.