Foreign Minister Dorde Radulovic told Newsweek that Podgorica wants to pivot West, but needs money to do so.
EU leaders are accusing Belarus and Moscow of weaponizing migrant flows as a diplomatic standoff spirals into a humanitarian crisis.
Sen. Jim Inhofe told Newsweek that Beijing's recent test must serve as a "wake-up call" to U.S. leaders.
Mike Pence had said that President Joe Biden's "weakness" risked encouraging Iranian aggression in the Middle East.
Key U.K.-based activist Kenneth Wong says he stepped away from his work for personal reasons, but rumors and suspicion abound among fellow organizers.
Foreign Minister Bisera Turkovic told Newsweek in an exclusive interview that EU and NATO membership is the only guarantee of peace and stability.
Pence's criticism of President Joe Biden's "weakness" on Iran is a preview of the aggressive strategy Republican 2024 contenders may choose.
The former vice president suggested President Joe Biden's diplomatic strategy risks encouraging further Iranian aggression against Americans and their allies.
Ambassador Nureldin Satti told Newsweek from Washington, D.C.: "The people will never accept this coup."
Peter Marki-Zay, who is leading the anti-Orban alliance, told Newsweek the next election in Hungary "is really a matter of life or death."
The Russian government spokeswoman was reacting to comments made by NATO allies to Newsweek.
Top officials from the Baltic states told Newsweek that Moscow and Minsk are weaponizing vulnerable migrants.
Top diplomats told Newsweek President Joe Biden must contain the short- to medium-term Russian threat and face China's existential challenge.
Top diplomats from NATO's Baltic states said the former president's public belligerence belied the alliance's response to Russian aggression.
Top ministers in Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania all told Newsweek they had little hope that Russia would act in good faith over the new natural gas pipeline.
"The fact that the project is going ahead is quite deplorable," Lithuania's foreign affairs Vice Minister Mantas Adomenas told Newsweek.
The new Taliban government is facing economic and security crises with winter approaching. One former official warned of a "humanitarian catastrophe."
GOP congressmen told Newsweek the White House must be ready to order military operations against terrorist organizations in Afghanistan if they pose a threat.
Now in hiding in Afghanistan after the Taliban sent her a threatening letter, the prosecutor told Newsweek the group will kill her if she is found.
Mehdi Rajabian hopes his new album "Coup of Gods," produced with Harvey Mason Jr.'s help, will garner enough international attention to ease his oppression.
The first head of the 9/11 Victims Compensation Fund talks about the challenges of putting a price on the lives lost that day and the lasting personal impact.
Only a fraction of the 500,000 people exposed to toxins at Ground Zero have gotten money from the federal fund that compensates victims, even as the death toll rises.
Afghanistan's women have resisted intimidation and assault, marching to defend their hard-won freedoms from the Taliban.
Afghans protested against alleged Pakistani backing of the incoming Taliban government in Kabul.
Former Afghan politicians told Newsweek the U.S. is responsible for the country's sudden collapse into chaos and Taliban rule.
America's painful withdrawal from Afghanistan has been punctuated by presidential gaffes and errors.
As Tony Blair criticizes Joe Biden's withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan, his former U.K. defense secretary Geoff Hoon defended the American president.
Social media companies are increasingly targeting extremist far-right material online, while being dragged into a culture war with mainstream conservatism.
Survivor Erik Kursetgjerde (pictured) told Newsweek that it was vital to "understand what are the triggers that make this possible."