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Moscow is challenging the European Union’s Eastern Partnership with an alliance of its own.
Playing hardball with Greenpeace is Moscow’s latest demonstration it’s serious about its claim to the Arctic Ocean.
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The SEA strikes again. This time, a little closer to GlobalPost's home.
If Senator John McCain wanted to match Vladimir Putin's New York Times op-ed with his editorial for Pravda.ru, he couldn't have picked a worse place to print it.
Moscow maintains the Aug. 21 chemical weapons attack was probably a 'provocation' by rebels.
Analysis: Why Russia’s recent diplomatic coup has finally put a smile on its president’s face.
Moscow’s proposal to put Syrian chemical weapons under international control is gaining serious traction, but the Kremlin is refusing to back a UN resolution.
GlobalPost's senior foreign affairs columnist analyzes the value of the proposal to disarm the Syrian regime of chemical weapons.
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Despite its fiery rhetoric, Russia is acknowledging it has few options for responding to a Western military strike on Syria.
The country’s most outspoken gay activist has announced his departure from the LGBT movement amid fallout from a gay ‘propaganda’ ban.
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GlobalPost's senior foreign affairs columnist offers his insights on how the US should handle the alleged chemical weapons attack in Syria this week.
In April, activists claimed chemical weapons were used in Aleppo. GlobalPost's Tracey Shelton was there.
Moscow is punishing Kyiv’s apparent drift toward Europe with a trade war.