Economic realities will force Putin to tack back to the center on some issues.
Russia and the EU, however, need each other.
Sens. McCain, Corker and Burr are ready to push back on Obama's agenda.
Reports say the Pentagon could face a $60 billion shortfall.
Like some other parts of Europe, anti-Semitism exists in Ukraine as a low-grade fever that lingers...
"They didn't have time to cover issues," said an official about the encounter.
Both Ukraine and the West need to seize the opportunity to push through difficult reforms.
The escalation of Russian military activity demands a strategic reset of the defense budget.
The Armed Services leaders say "defensive military aid" would deter Russia.
NATO computers were targeted as early as December 2013, iSight said.
There are reports of fighting in Donetsk despite a cease-fire agreement.
NATO's senior military officer says Moscow could move to occupy eastern Ukraine permanently.
The West should instead boost its assistance to Ukraine and put more pressure on Moscow.
NATO's military chief said Russian troops were "training [and] equipping" rebels in Ukraine.
A GOP Congress might mean a more active and ambitious US foreign policy.
The two Republican senators want President Obama to reverse his previous position.
Tensions are already high between Russia and NATO amid the Ukraine crisis.
We see as much continuity as change in the conduct of the elections.
Russia has conducted military flights in European airspace in recent days.
The flights have included fighter jets and long-range bombers.
Medvedev mocked Obama for calling Russia's actions in Ukraine a threat.
The stars were aligned for Putin, but no longer.
The U.S. won’t send officials to a health summit on tobacco in Moscow.
A test case for a new relationship with Russia.