Obama's remarks were meant to push nations to use diplomacy.
The meeting in New York comes amid tensions over the Syrian civil war.
During an economic downturn, will China turn to saber-rattling to distract its citizens?
His answer, though, sent shockwaves through the bipartisan military industrial complex.
Russian propaganda is a direct assault on democratic values and deeply harms U.S. interests.
Boehner led a delegation to Lithuania over the weekend.
It confronts massive corruption and a separatist region bordering Ukraine.
The vice president called it a "debate worth having."
Europe's economic recovery is far from secure and its deflation threat is far from over.
Obama has the power and bipartisan support to oppose Russia's incursion with lethal aid.
Russian spokesman says the paratroopers could destabilize Ukraine.
Obama's new aid package does not include the lethal arms that lawmakers are demanding.
Obama won't be able to escape the Russian leader's long shadow.
The imprisonments of a Ukrainian director and pilot reinforce Russia's cultural war.
Long pauses as candidate complains about sound-system failures.
The sanctions hit two-dozen people or entitites in Russia and Ukraine.
Progress toward a peaceful settlement along the Minsk II lines has been slow in coming.
Leaders express dedication to EU values, but media crackdowns and a new law prove otherwise.
Bush is on a five-day swing through Germany, Poland and Estonia.
There are serious questions about whether the IMF lending program is now adequately financed.
Given its revisionist foreign policy, some countries are distancing themselves from Moscow.
The heyday of Russian gas in Europe may be coming to an end.
The training was pushed back after a cease-fire failed to take hold.
“It’s pretty evident we’re not going to do much” beyond making statements, Corker said.