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The former president is suspected of receiving illegal campaign contributions in the latest legal proceeding to target the political elite.
Analysis: A proposed tax on bank deposits highlights the island’s role in spiriting of tens of billions of Russian dollars abroad a year.
EU Trade Commissioner Karel De Gucht talks to GlobalPost about plans for a major agreement between the US and EU.
Bacalhau da Consoada, a national staple.
Wigilijny barszcz z uszkami, a warming Christmas Eve starter.
In a sign the United States may be finally changing its line toward Russia, Hillary Clinton has warned that Moscow is trying to recreate a new version of the Soviet Union under the guise of economic integration.
Moscow may be seeking own version of a reset in relations with the United States. Western countries must respond with care.
Washington should boost American leadership in the world by strengthening its relationship with its closest allies.
Reports say the candidate's son Matt Romney brought a good-will message to America's "number-one geopolitical foe."
The country’s authoritarian-leaning president may be unpopular, but his party is set to win parliamentary elections on Sunday.
But the Kremlin's new control over the oil industry makes Vladimir Putin more powerful than ever.
Romney said he would improve ties with America’s partners. How do Washington’s main allies in Europe view a possible Romney presidency?
Mitt Romney said the president’s policies would lead to the kind of economic crisis that’s crippling Europe. Is his characterization of Obama’s policies accurate?
Two regional powers are butting heads amid fears of a regional conflict.
Moscow’s outrage over Turkey’s interception of a plane bound for Syria fans flames at an especially dangerous time.
Once seen as a critical test for the opposition, regional elections this weekend are now viewed as irrelevant.
Mikheil Saakashvili has a crazy streak. But his admission that his party lost elections this week may mean that's not always a bad thing.
Analysis: Russia is hosting the APEC summit. That doesn’t mean the Kremlin is interested in free trade.
A new report into the Russian president’s lavish perks of office may help undermine authoritarianism.
The punk protestors' two-year prison term fits a centuries-old pattern of harsh treatment for those who buck the political culture.