Brussels must take harsher measures against ruling parties in Budapest and Warsaw if it’s serious about upholding democratic norms.
Moscow’s deal with Pyongyang for more artillery rounds will fill Russian gaps—but likely not turn the tables in Ukraine.
Ukrainians differ on what would keep their nation safe from Russia.
Today, there are more terror groups in existence, in more countries around the world, and with more territory under their control than ever before.
Give Up on Proxy Wars in the Middle East
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