In the cafés, in the shops, on the streets of Kiev everyone is asking the one question that matters in one particular way: Will there be war? No one can quite finish the question: Will there be war with Russia?
For precedent, look to Cyprus instead of Poland
For precedent, look to Cyprus instead of Poland.
I am overcome by the tragedy, but also by the pride that comes from living in this moment.
Putin and Obama had a very unproductive phone call
Putin and Obama had a very unproductive phone call.
We must mentally arm ourselves against a reality about which we only recently disarmed ourselves: the reality of protracted conflict.
Here's everything you need to know about the U.S.'s potential economic sanctions against Russia.
Not that we believed Putin anyway. But now we have proof he's lying.
Crimea will vote on whether to become part of Russia, while the U.S. steps up sanctions.
Life under Stalin's long shadow
The country in crisis has yet to escape Stalin's long shadow.
The return of the obsolete, in American culture, can only register as corniness or nostalgia. So what are we to make of our cold war enemy's actions today?