In many ways, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has become a war of identity and self-expression. Many Ukranians are turning to tattoos to show their patriotism.
Public health expert Judy Twigg says that the Sputnik V vaccine study increases Russia's soft power influence around the globe.
The World's host Marco Werman spoke to Lynn Rusten, vice president of global nuclear policy at the Nuclear Threat Initiative, about the New START treaty's extension and the urgency of follow-up agreements.
House Intelligence Committee chair Rep. Adam Schiff, along with other Democratic lawmakers, wrote a letter this week demanding a prompt FBI briefing on a "foreign interference campaign" targeting the 2020 election.
According to reports, senior White House officials were aware as early as the beginning of 2019 of classified intelligence indicating that Russia was secretly offering bounties to the Taliban for killing US troops. The World spoke with Mark Galeotti, a senior associate fellow at the British-based Royal United Services Institute, to get his take.
The Republic of Georgia has been waiting to join NATO for more than a decade. Why hasn't it happened?
The "1812 Overture" isn't even about America's War of 1812. So how did music celebrating Russia's pushback against a foreign power become associated with America's Fourth of July?
Alina Simone was born in the Soviet Union to Russian-speaking parents. She has given up on passing the language on to her daughter.
Konstantin Rykov started his career creating sites like idiot.ru and spreading sexualized photos of women on the internet. He ended up teaching the Kremlin how to move the internet in its favor.
The reaction to the Harvey Weinstein scandal in Russia has been the opposite of the reaction in Europe and the US.