Will Russia be seen in Washington as an adversary or a partner?
Changing political landscapes in the U.S. and the EU have Ukrainians on edge.
As Ukraine edges toward NATO, it needs to replace its Russian guns.
Three questions Trump must answer about the Dirty Dossier.
Fifteen key questions for Trump's Defense pick James Mattis
Sixteen key questions for secretary of state pick Rex Tillerson.
Can Trump walk the line between better relations with Russia and safeguarding U.S. interests?
The first draft of history shouldn't be written by Kremlin propagandists or internet trolls.
The war is mostly limited to long-distance artillery and sniper fire potshots.
Sanctions tell U.S. allies that America understands and condemns Russian action.
Among Russia's targets: Germany's parliament and the DNC.
Don't expect help from Trump in dealing with pressure from Putin.
The world is about to learn what happens when the U.S. recuses itself from moral leadership.
What does a friend of Vladimir Putin at Foggy Bottom mean for Ukraine and Russia?
The ceasefire monitors have gone home, so the war begins again in earnest.
Around 5,000 to 7,500 Russian troops are currently deployed in Ukraine.