The latest scandal isn’t only about Trump. Ukraine has long been a piggy bank for other well-connected Americans.
Over years as a lobbyist in D.C., Manafort’s particular niche became the lucrative foreign market, polishing the images of those with more money than scruples.
Weber is the D.C. principal for Mercury Public Affairs, Company A in the recent indictment of former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort.
The Russian army is pushing back Ukrainian forces and reasserting control of the Donbas region. How long will the West stand by and watch?
It would seem to be a game-changer, but security analysts hold out little expectation that will be the case. A wild card? Germany.
Rebels didn’t even let him get to a press conference before seizing an airport.
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev argued that President Obama’s lack of tact is ‘slowly but surely moving’ the US and Russia ‘toward a second cold war.’
An ambivalent approach in much of Europe toward Putin’s destabilization of Ukraine is crippling efforts to build a resolute EU response.
The former Pioneer Press journalist drills down on issues ranging from the Massacre on Institutska Street to what the hapless West should or shouldn’t do.
VKontakte founder and CEO Pavel Durov says he was fired over his resistance to Moscow’s efforts to monitor and control access to the popular social media platform.
No. 1: Locals aren’t just spitting mad. They feel completely disenfranchised.
Since the political uprising in Kiev, pro-Russian forces in Ukraine have adopted the colors of St. George’s ribbon, a potent symbol of Russian imperial might and Soviet-era bravery and glory.
A month after voting to join Russia, Crimeans are struggling with currency woes, a logjammed legal system, and a moribund tourist industry.
I seldom hear them say what they would have done and why they are so sure that it would have brought about the desired result.
A newspaper editor in Vologda posted a tongue-in-cheek letter to Putin, asking him to help topple the Russian city’s ‘corrupt oppressors.’ Vologda’s governor was not amused.
What NATO could do for Ukraine is more clear than the vice versa.
What Russia-US tensions mean for astronauts at the International Space Station
The crisis in Ukraine may help convince Poles to close their eyes to alleged US wrongdoing.
After all, do we really favor democracy? And what about self-determination and Hitler?
Though he was born in Minneapolis, Stefan Iwaskewycz honors the music, the history and the prolonged plight of his Ukrainian forebears and contemporaries.