It is critical that the White House outline its strategy now for how to continue exporting grain from Ukraine while protecting the most vulnerable populations from a war-induced famine.
Lawmakers should ensure implementation of new laws deliver real freedom of choice for technology under conditions that benefit Western democracies more than those wishing to harm us and our way of life.
Hungary's prime minister will speak at CPAC in Dallas, along with Donald Trump, despite what one critic called a "Nazi diatribe."
Oleksandr Zavitnevych warned "naive" Western officials not to buy into what he called a Russian "special psychological operation."
Activist groups, like the one I work for called Kreni-Promeni, are seeking to expose Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić.
One driver who filled up at the station on Tuesday morning said her car broke down on the highway.
"The price we pay as the European Union, as NATO, is the price we can measure in currency, in money," NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said.
Jorge Toledo, 57, is scheduled to take up his post in Beijing in September.
Russia has scored two big victories this week in its sanctions battle with the West, leaving Ukraine enraged.
Russian President Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine is "a global conflict," said Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic.
Social media users have reacted with anger to the EU decision to let Russian goods pass through Lithuania to Moscow's exclave.
Guidance from the European Commission indicated that the transit of sanctioned goods by rail to Kaliningrad through Lithuania and Poland is permitted.
The move in the currency markets is due to concerns that Russia could cut off gas supplies to Europe amid the ongoing war in Ukraine.
Lithuania angered Moscow after it imposed the European Union's restrictions on materials heading to Russia's Kaliningrad region on the Baltic sea coast.
Ivana Stradner said Saturday that "Russia is undermining Bosnia's stability by working with Serbia to exacerbate ethnic divisions" in the Balkans.
The Mariupol City Council said preliminary estimates indicate reconstruction efforts could cost $10 billion for that city alone.
Russia's actions have shown that nuclear disarmament is not some idealistic goal to be pursued in a distant time of peace and plenty, but a pressing and immediate security imperative.
"The U.S. dominance is no longer an absolute one," Venezuelan Foreign Minister Carlos Faria said.
A report of sanctions on Russian individuals and defense manufacturers not being punitive enough follows new worldwide sanctions imposed this week.
The European Union may still struggle to meet demand despite much higher imports of U.S. liquefied natural gas.
The second phase toward joining the Koreas under the plan includes "two different systems and two different governments under the same country."
One panelist on Russian state TV touted the country's oil revenues while the American economy struggles with high inflation and gas prices.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov also compared actions by NATO and the EU to Nazi leader Adolf Hitler's strategy in World War II.
Ukraine will have to establish rule of law and an independent judiciary before it meets criteria for EU membership, no easy task with a system riddled with corruption inherited from its Soviet past.
A solid transatlantic alliance alone will not be enough to mobilize the international system to hold Russia to account for its actions over Ukraine—but it can form a strong basis from which to push other global partners to come on board and keep alive the possibility of peace with some justice.