Russia's economic breakdown has many reasons.
Democracy is contagious. Unfortunately, so is dictatorship.
The pact would allow the countries to conduct joint cybersecurity operations.
The stars were aligned for Putin, but no longer.
Critical to the effectiveness of sanctions is understanding the Russian perspective.
The Obama administration must move beyond merely offering words of support to Ukraine.
The Ukraine crisis continues to undermine European investor and consumer confidence.
The penalties hit Russia's largest bank and many state-owned oil companies.
This is an important moment for the Obama presidency and for contemporary world history.
"If I want, I take Kiev in two weeks," the Russian president reportedly said.
Policymakers must ask the questions about Ukraine's IMF stand-by program they didn't ask before.
Sens. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.) told President Obama he should send more...
"They didn't have time to cover issues," said an official about the encounter.
The escalation of Russian military activity demands a strategic reset of the defense budget.
“We’re in for a dangerous time in Europe for the next couple of years,” he said.
The U.S. won’t send officials to a health summit on tobacco in Moscow.
It is worth recalling the public diplomacy value of the U.S. space program.
The package includes $46 million for Ukraine's security forces, but no lethal aid.
The White House says no meetings are planned with the Russian and Iranian leaders.
Obama said new penalties target areas important to Putin and people "close to him."
The U.S. has a major strategic decision to make.
It is clear that Vladimir Putin is not guided by genuine principle.
Ukraine's currency is crumbling, and Putin couldn't be happier.
Officials in Washington fear a humanitarian convoy to Ukraine could be a "Trojan Horse."