To keep Russia and Iran in check, NATO now more than ever needs to develop and pursue a comprehensive strategy for the Black Sea. Georgia is key to the region.
Trump is dismantling a U.S.-led global architecture built by four generations, paid for by thousands of American lives and trillions of dollars of investment.
Just ten years ago, steps towards cleaner energy could have been easily dismissed as greenwashing – polluters' corporate PR. Not today: Key Russian exporters are keen to make themselves indispensable for Europe's green future.
President Trump is stuck between a rock and a hard place: he can't ignore an attack on a major ally and on the global oil market, but a military response, even of the "proportionate" variety, risks escalating the conflict.
Western leaders are failing miserably to find common ground on the 80th anniversary of the start of World War II.
If Trump had a sensibility about the rule of law, he would recognize its sorry state in Russia as Putin's ultimate vulnerability.
Both sides of the Atlantic need to face down the challenge from China, and Russia must be given a choice of joining the West or facing China alone.
This is the best shot Venezuela had at democracy for a generation—and the U.S. can't afford to sit this one out.
America appears to be in retreat, and its opponents are taking notice.
Trump should not further insult and alienate the Europeans.
When NATO deployed three battalions from the Baltic to the Black Sea, Putin countered with three divisions.
Moscow uses Gazprom to impose its foreign policy agenda on European countries.
Military aid to Assad and the Crimea occupation show Putin's ambitions are unsustainable.
Putin's Security Council veto shows how isolated Moscow has become one year after the MH17 tragedy.
By deeming the old Soviet Union's ceding of the Baltics and Ukraine illegal, Putin hopes to unsettle Europe.
Arab oil ministers meeting in Vienna on June 5 must confront the devastating consequences of the war in their midst.