Which country has emerged as a winner in the Ukraine crisis?
The comments of Amirkhan Omarov, an expert in Turkey.
NATO leaders opened a high-stakes summit in Wales Thursday, confronted by the Islamic State advance in the Mideast and Russia's military intervention in Ukraine.
Complete nuclear disarmament is a dangerous chimera. For three fundamental reasons, pursuing this theoretically laudable goal would likely produce a more dangerous world.
A once-feared KGB general now sits on suicide watch in a Vienna jail, a tawdry end to terrible tale. His strange story—worthy of a thriller—is a case study of how the former KGB uses forged documents to influence Western reporters, diplomats and politicians.
Germany still believes that diplomacy is key to solving the crisis in Ukraine. The German position isn't, however, very hopeful.
For each country the adoption of its main law has particular importance. Nineteen years ago, on August 30, 1995, the people of the newly-independent former Soviet state of Kazakhstan voted for a new central governing document in a referendum.
Moscow appears to have blocked efforts hold a march in favour of Siberian independence this weekend, but that doesn’t mean the sentiment isn’t spreading.
The Hungarian prime minister who said Europe had "shot itself in foot" by imposing sanctions on Russia, told diplomats on Monday he would seek support from other EU countries for a push to improve relations with Moscow.
The 28 NATO members are preparing for their summit meeting in Wales in early September. The main topic of discussion: the notion of collective defense in light of Russia’s recent actions against Ukraine.