The decision by British voters to leave the EU is unlikely to be the last anti-establishment uprising in the West.
Even before the EgyptAir tragedy, the bombing of Metrojet Flight 9268 raised chilling doubts about the people who prepare commercial airliners for flight.
The deal means disappointment—or at least an ongoing legal limbo—for the thousands who have been piling into flimsy boats to reach Greece.
Russia’s ban on Western food imports has sparked a revival of locally sourced delicacies.
As the country’s economy worsens the Kremlin prepares for a wave of potential unrest.
History suggests the Russian president will hit back hard if a bomb brought down a Russian plane over the Sinai Desert.
Russia’s recent military support of Syria is more about Ukraine than the Middle East
By playing nice on Iran, Russia hopes to strengthen its hand on Ukraine.
One year later, the victors in the war in Ukraine are hard to identify.
Furious at sanctions from the West, Russia is preparing to hold the EU hostage over fuel, as winter draws near