Regions / Europe & Central Asia
The Chief of Staff of Ukraine’s Armed Forces, General Viktor Muzhenko stated that the only Russian citizens fighting in the contested region are residents of that region or Ukraine and some Russian citizens.
Syriza will not easily sweep the policies of austerity aside, but there is a palpable feeling on the continent that a tide is turning.
The Poland justice system is weighed down by lengthy trials and pre-trial detention.
Congressional hawks are putting on a show in Washington, and they've invited the Israeli prime minister to guest star. Who else might fit the bill?
Europe should be the world's superpower. So why is it on the verge of collapse?
Irish activists fighting a plan to increase the cost of water have an unlikely ally in their corner: the Detroit Water Brigade.
China paid Ukraine $3 billion two years ago for grain still not delivered and another $3.6 billion that’s owed to China will also probably default.
What the humble Neanderthal can teach us about war, peace, climate, and getting along.
Frontline ignores the role that the Harvard Economics Department played in post-Soviet privatization and the ensuing corruption.
Lustration ― screening of officials for their ties to Communist-era secret police ― is of little consequence to the new generation of East-Central Europe politicians.