Days after a Russian naval vessel rammed a Ukrainian ship and detained the sailors onboard
Kiev’s city council passed the measure after a long campaign to honor Boris Nemtsov, a staunch supporter of Ukraine’s Euromaidan revolution
The scholars, historians, and political advisers who shaped the West’s understanding of Nazi Germany, the Soviet Union, and the Islamist Middle East, make way now for—what?
Bookworm: 2018 Russia, 2008 Russia, 19th-century Russia, and America all star in the new novel by the author of ‘All the Sad Young Literary Men’
Arkady Babchenko was shot in the back while returning home from the grocery store
Accusing the Jews of all of history’s ills, the essay is an alarming departure from Moscow’s past philo-Semitic positions
Seventy-nine years after Kristallnacht, ‘A Deadly Legacy,’ a new history of German Jewish soldiers during World War I, traces the origins of the European scapegoating that would engulf the continent some years later
Did the U.S. choose to ignore the source of 1999 bombings that propelled the security-agency bureaucrat to the top post he has never relinquished?
The latest campaign against Israel has all the hallmarks of an Islamic Republic operation
News of the News: an oppo-research-for-hire outfit of former reporters tries to seed stories in the American press for global clients
Putin Uses a Wave of Cyber-Attacks and a Political Assassination in Ukraine to Send a Message to the West
Military intelligence officer killed by car bomb in Kiev
How the once-sturdy institutions of our democracy—the press, the intelligence community, political parties—have been used to legitimize a conspiracy theory, and why those theories are so hard to disprove