As the Taliban resurrects its Islamic Emirate, the United States is once again facing the likelihood of terrorist groups operating at will within Afghanistan.
[T]here’s another, less-recognized setback happening for the United States far south of the Rio Grande or the Sonora Desert: crumbling relationships with Latin American countries.
Russian detained in Prague on Crimea-related charges;
New Dzerzhinsky monuments cause a stir;
Dissident investigation claims Lavrov mistress;
Communist party will not recognize e-votes;
Belarus included in the SCO's "Peace Mission 2021";
Russia found responsible for Litvinenko assassination
Despite the Biden administration’s desire to be rid of Afghanistan, now is not the time to disengage.
Ahead of elections, Russian authorities stack the digital deck;
Crimean Tatars arrested on sabotage suspicion;
Russia, Belarus inch toward integration;
Nord Stream II comes of age;
NATO wary of Zapad-2021 military exercise