Political chaos in Washington is what Moscow was hoping for all along, U.S. intelligence officials say. And the Kremlin would like to create more of it.
Meeting Kim Jong Un may be the Russian leader’s latest effort to undermine the Americans.
The special counsel doesn’t have all the answers.
Ukraine’s Azov movement is hostile to Russia, friendly to neo-Nazis, and inspired by France’s new right. It’s not running in Ukraine’s presidential elections because it plans to win power by playing a long game.
After months of uncertainty, Trump’s acting defense secretary is making his presence felt inside the administration.
Europe’s top economies are trying to take on China and the United States by resurrecting industrial policy. Brussels is not happy.
Four months into the former U.S. Marine’s detention in Moscow, Washington is struggling to help free him—or even get him answers.
Protesters vow to press on until they gain civilian rule.
The Trump administration claims progress in signing up European allies in the fight against Beijing.
Omar al-Bashir’s three-decade rule is over, but demonstrators reject the army’s plan.
With support for Brexit eroding, EU leaders hope the long postponement will kill the plan for good.
The WikiLeaks founder is in British custody and faces extradition to the United States.