The Soviet system failed because it didn't work; China will be a tougher adversary.
The international star, famous for roles in ballets like "Swan Lake" and "The Dying Swan," died on Saturday.
Making nuclear fuel safer and more efficient by revisiting a Cold War–era discovery.
Almost 1,000 scrambles last year as Tokyo seeks to cope with increased threat from Beijing and Moscow.
Vessels led by anti-submarine ship on way to northern Atlantic for defense drills, says Russian navy.
Drills will include simulated anti-air and anti-submarine warfare exercises, basic ship handling maneuvers and simulated attacks.
Half-hearted support for Kiev will allow Russia to divide Europe again.
Pressure is building in Congress to supply weapons to Kiev's beleaguered forces.
In short, it's none of our business. And it's time the Europeans did some heavy lifting.
The public inquiry into Alexander Litvinenko's death takes place nine years after the former KGB spy died after drinking poisoned tea in London.
As Cuban-American relations normalise, the two countries clash over the issue of immigration.
"The world is on the brink of a new Cold War. Some say that it has already begun," said the former leader of the Soviet Union
How the CIA, FBI, and other agencies hired and protected former Nazis and Nazi collaborators in the name of the Cold War
Ukraine, Russia and the European Union signed a deal on Thursday on the resumption of Russian natural gas supplies to Ukraine for winter after several months of delay during the conflict in Ukraine.
Gorbachev said more shared challenges face Moscow and the West than divisions.