Vladimir Putin is banning commodity exports.
The much-anticipated escalation has happened. Now to see how the United States and its allies respond.
Last week, the Polish President floated the idea of a permanent U.S. military base in Poland. It’s a bad idea no matter how you look at it.
The arguments in favor of a permanent U.S./NATO base in Poland are not very convincing.
Poland makes the U.S. and NATO an offer they might want to consider refusing.
After a long wait, gays and lesbians in Australia have achieved marriage equality.
Vice-President Pence is advocating the admission of Georgia into NATO. That would be a bad idea.
A controversial retired General has been tapped to be President-Elect Trump’s top White House foreign policy voice.
In what seems to be a clear signal to Russia, the U.S. is considering pre-positioning military equipment in nation’s very close to Russian borders.
Ben Carson doesn’t seem to know much about foreign policy or history. And he doesn’t belong on anyone’s list of serious Presidential candidates.
Vladimir Putin’s latest actions seems to have exhausted Germany’s patience.
Americans have long been lampooned for not speaking a second language. Now our cousins across the Pond are getting it, too.
As everyone anticipated, the Crimean referendum came out in favor of secession from Ukraine and union with Russia. What happens next is another question entirely.
Wendy Lower documents the half-million women who helped Hitler carry out the Holocaust.
A bipartisan commission of elder statesmen confirms what we’ve known for years.
Let’s take a trip back in time to see what some conservatives thought 2012 would look like if Barack Obama were elected President.
Not surprisingly, the last man to lead the Soviet Union believes we’d be better off if it still existed.