When Russia fired on Ukrainian naval vessels, some say it was looking to rewrite the rules in the Sea of Azov and possibly elsewhere, just as China has done in the South China Sea.
Michael Cohen said President Trump led him into darkness. The courts brought him into the light.
Long before he was president of Russia, Vladimir Putin worked as a K.G.B. officer in Dresden in the former East Germany and had access to Germany’s dreaded secret police.
The president is often unable or unwilling to spot the difference between a favor and a crooked scheme.
Kremlinologists took note when Katerina Tikhonova, who has been widely reported to be President Vladimir V. Putin’s daughter, appeared on television.
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Len Blavatnik made billions as a Kremlin insider. Now he’s writing huge checks to the university.
Russia can’t be allowed to get away with its brazen aggression against Ukraine. The West needs to act.
The transition from democracy to a cult of personality starts with a leader who lies all the time.
OPEC’s gathering in Vienna comes at a tricky time for the oil industry and consumers who depend on the world’s largest source of energy.
The possibilities ahead in the Russia investigation suggest we are not reaching the end of a nightmare, but rather entering one.
There’s a connection between Cohen’s guilty plea and Ukraine’s desperate plight.
And now, the worst and the dumbest.
In 2016, when his company was negotiating a potential deal in Moscow, Donald J. Trump suggested that there was no need for the United States to penalize Russia over Crimea.
Michael Cohen's latest plea is proof.
With Michael Cohen’s latest deal, the special counsel shows he is unafraid of crossing Donald Trump’s red lines on Russia.
During the presidential campaign, Michael D. Cohen and Felix Sater, an associate with a criminal past, pursued a new Trump Tower project with a former spymaster’s help.
President Trump made the announcement on Twitter barely an hour after telling reporters he still expected to go through with the session.
Russia’s seizure of three Ukrainian ships has complicated President Trump’s plan to meet with President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia while the two are in Buenos Aires this week.
Russia has sentenced 24 Ukrainian sailors to two months of pretrial detention, treating them like criminals after a maritime clash Mr. Putin called “small.”