Kyiv joining the EU could have deepened the Union's crisis, and Russia's moves aren't from strength.
The pro-American, pro-market Free Democratic Party falls from the Bundestag, capping a multiyear losing streak. What's next?
Continuing on the present path will lead to disaster.
Snowden and Manning's actions don't defend the constitutional order—they subvert it.
The bank fight was influenced by European-Cypriot-Russian worldviews as much as by money.
The conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the disputed territory of Nagorno-Karabakh could resume.
Athens faces a much graver danger than default.
Washington should not give foreign-policy priority to Kosovo. Merry responds to Abramowitz and Hooper’s prescriptions.
Excessive pressure from Brussels on the financial front could cause Greece to explode in violence.
Biden should have toldUkraine andGeorgia to take their pleas for NATO membership to France and Germany.
Western commentators are focusing on the here and now of the Tbilisi-Moscow conflict. But it has deep roots in the nationalist polices of Georgia’s first post-independence president.
With the closing of two British Council offices in Russia, the ghost of Alexander Litvinenko has come back to haunt Britain and Russia.
In the opening round of an exchange on democracy promotion that will continue over the coming weeks, five TNI authors examine themes and questions raised in Paul Saunders's essay.
Will terrorists attack the Olympic Summer Games in Athens? Low advance ticket sales indicate fans are staying away, many due to security concerns.
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