What the U.S., Russia and China decide to do and how they do it will help determine how badly Venezuelans suffer and for how much longer.
Russia did try to interfere in the election, and experts also are clear on another point: Worse is yet to come.
“Our findings suggest that a significant portion of the online discourse about vaccines may be generated by malicious actors with a range of hidden agendas,”says David Broniatowski, the study’s lead author.
One theory, courtesy of Adam Davidson in the New Yorker, combines a sophisticated understanding of power in former Soviet republics and Trump’s business conduct in recent years.
Trump’s not usually interested in details. Putin is, and he’s not about to give anything away.
The Stalin era ended with the dictator’s death 65 years ago this month, and Putin certainly isn’t Stalin. But hints of the old ways are hiding in plain sight.
The U.S. is like a homeowner who leaves the front door unlocked after it has been robbed, intelligence experts say.
“Putin loves the idea that all elections are rigged. We are all the same. We are all dirty bastards,”says Russian journalist Mikhail Zyar in Part 2 of “Putin’s Revenge.”
The first in this two-parter is mostly devoted to the rise of Vladimir Putin and the growth of the various grudges that may have led him to want to seek “revenge” by interfering in our election.
Showboating was at a minimum, and many of the Republican members asked tough, fair questions.
If the U.S. can’t be relied upon, might Germany show interest in becoming a nuclear power?
If millions of Americans are this angry with their lot in life, what should we expect from Russians?
If the past four years of conflict in Syria show anything, it’s that the worst-possible scenario is always a distinct possibility.
He can afford to wait out the Europeans while reminding them how much the sanctions are costing them — and how much they need Russia.
Here’s what’s behind Russia’s ruble crisis and why Vladimir Putin is offering no change in his unstable policies.
The Russian army is pushing back Ukrainian forces and reasserting control of the Donbas region. How long will the West stand by and watch?
I was walking along a dirt lane in a tiny, touristy, log-cabin village on Olkhon Island, in the middle of Lake Baikal, when a cow took exception to my photo-taking.
It would seem to be a game-changer, but security analysts hold out little expectation that will be the case. A wild card? Germany.
Russia’s parliament has been in overdrive in recent weeks, working on legislation targeting free speech, women’s heels, and the use of foreign words like “hamburger.”
U.S. officials talk about the harm Snowden’s disclosures have done, but he pointed out that they have given no concrete examples.