International laws are in place to prevent war and help protect civilians and combatants alike. But these laws are challenging to enforce and are unlikely to stop the unfolding Russia-Ukraine war.
An American journalist living in Russia says in the age of Donald Trump, Russian perceptions of America are tinged with mistrust and vice versa.
A decade ago, Vladimir Putin appeared to be ignoring the internet. Now he seems to be wildly successful at exploiting it.
Many Russians perceive Donald Trump as an American version of Vladimir Putin. It's partly based on Trump's bombastic rhetoric, but also on how his speeches and tweets are translated into Russian.
It's clear now that Michael Flynn and the Russian ambassador to the US were working on creating a secret back channel between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin specifically designed to bypass the intelligence community.
Many Russians are swooning over Donald Trump. But journalists there are sizing him up as an impulsive populist, like their own leader.
Sebastian Gorka's refugee parents escaped from Communist Hungary. Now he's a deputy assistant to President Donald Trump, making the case for the immigrant and refugee ban.
Three US senators traveled to the Baltics to try to calm the jangled nerves of leaders worried that the US will abandon NATO.
A veteran Russia watcher says computer hacks are just one of the many ways Moscow disrupts and influences foreign elections. Watch out, she says, for the Russian insiders around Donald Trump.
The top US diplomat John Kerry sat down today in the Kremlin with Russian President Vladimir Putin to talk about Syria and Ukraine.
Crimea in 2016 looks eerily like Crimea in 1944 for many Crimean Tatars.