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What are the boundaries of Vladimir Putin’s ambitions? Gwen Ifill talks to Janusz Bugajski of the Center for Strategic and International Studies and Nadia Diuk of the National Endowment for Democracy about the historical precedent for Russia trying to destabilize…
Russia's President Vladimir Putin recently suggested that he could intervene in places, like Eastern Ukraine, where ethnic Russians live and are perceived to need help. Nations like Moldova, Belarus, Lithuania and others are also home to Russian-speaking populations, raising concern…
By Kayla Ruble
Despite warnings from the U.S. about diplomatic consequences, Russia heightened its control over Crimea on Sunday.
After a week of occupation, Russia appears to be on the verge of annexing Crimea. While the West proposes sanctions on Russia, it seems Germany could be in a unique position to help resolve the dispute. Hari Sreenivasan speaks with…
Rescue crews from multiple countries were still searching on Sunday for a Malaysia Airlines plane missing off the southern coast of Vietnam -- more than 20 hours after the Boeing 777-200 aircraft carrying 239 people vanished early Saturday morning.
By Josh Lederman, Associated Press
WASHINGTON -- Four Central European nations are urging the United States to boost natural gas exports to Europe as a hedge against the possibility that Russia could cut off its supply of gas to Ukraine. Ambassadors from Hungary, Poland, Slovakia…
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and Washington Post columnist Michael Gerson join Jeffrey Brown to discuss the week’s news, including the crisis over the fate of Crimea in Ukraine and criticism of the Obama administration’s foreign policy, as well as the…
By Sarah Corapi
Concerns that Ukraine would be boycotting the Sochi Paralympic Games were quelled on Friday when the Ukrainian Paralympic Committee announced that -- despite Russian occupation in Crimea -- its team would still be competing. Valeriy Sushkevich, president of the…
By Larisa Epatko
Gen. Martin Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said Friday the U.S. is pushing “aggressively” for a diplomatic resolution to the Ukrainian Crimea tug-of-war with Russia and that he’s been in touch with his Russian counterpart daily.
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