A year ago, Russia and Turkey were preparing a "strategic partnership" cemented by energy. Now, after Russian military strikes in Syria and violations of Turkish airspace, the relationship is getting a whole lot chillier.
When public transportation became an outlet for radical creative expression. Reid StandishReid Standish is an assistant digital producer at Foreign Policy. A native of British Columbia, he holds a BA in international studies from Simon Fraser University and an MA from the University of Glasgow. He has lived in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Ukraine, where he reported on drug trafficking, environmental degradation, and the Eurasian Union.
After months of campaign hedging, Hillary Clinton on Wednesday announced her opposition to the massive Trans-Pacific Partnership trade accord. It was a break from one of President Barack Obama’s signature economic achievements — and one that she personally championed for years as secretary of state.