It could be very easy for factions to attain momentary power.
Aleksandr Dvornikov isn't the kind of person you put in charge if you're looking for a rapid negotiated peace.
The mullahs understand that to be a global force, the Islamic Republic must be at the forefront of cyber technology.
Since he has alienated some on the left, he’ll need all the moderate support he can get.
Anything that helps the mullahs is unlikely to lead to peace.
Aafia Siddiqui is serving an 86-year federal sentence for trying to kill U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan, and her release was the motivation behind the Colleyville hostage crisis.
In 1939, Stalin’s Red Army thought it would capture Helsinki in a matter of weeks. Finland had other ideas.
Crown Prince Mohamed bin Zayed has cozied up to Bashar al-Assad, and relations with the U.S. are at an all-time low.
What the Russians might do next and how the West can help Ukraine stop them.
With the Russians retreating from areas like Kyiv and Chernihiv, what will happen in the territories they still hold?
A trio of Spanish language media networks controlled by Iran, Russia, and Venezuela push out propaganda and disinformation to demonize the West.
Expect Russia to use it as an excuse for renewed escalation.
A serious problem does not go away if you ignore it.
As the West squeezes Russia over the war in Ukraine, the Kremlin intensifies its covert operations.
Until Putin is convinced that peace is in his interests, he won’t stop fighting.
Dmitry Medvedev has published an anti-Polish screed and Russian propagandists are suggesting Poland might stage a false-flag operation.