Regions / Russia
Russia didn't have to look back to ancient times to learn how to invade another country.
The United States must start treating Russia as it is, rather than as the United States would like it to be.
The presidential candidates have all been tempted to embrace a new cold war with Russia.
The United States wants to establish bases in Poland and the Czech Republic -- over the objections of the citizens of those countries.
In the upcoming Russian elections, the only real opponent that Putins party is facing has no face, no name, and no spot on the ballot.
The West should be careful about alienating Putin.
Moscow and Washington are on a crash course over missile defense. Even Putin's surprise offer at the G8, columnist Frida Berrigan points out, will not likely avert collision.
Massive injections of U.S. and Soviet arms have kept the war raging between northern and southern Sudan for nearly a half-century.
As editorialists from across the United States and Western Europe have reiterated lately, Russian democracy is under assault.
Washington insists its "train and equip force'" of 10 combat helicopters and 150 military instructors is solely intended to help Georgia combat Islamic radicals in the lawless Pankisi Gorge, allegedly a safe haven for al Qaeda militants and their Chechen