Gunshots outside your window "are not the end of the world," and other tips from Lithuania's new manual for resisting foreign occupation.
Moscow is financing legions of pro-Russia Internet commenters. But how much do they matter?
How a dirty word for the male anatomy became a political slogan
The proxy battle pits Russian twins against the daughter of a Ukrainian folk singer.
"There is no victory," a psychologist working with protesters says, "only a potential victory."
Assailants wielding Soviet-era topical antiseptic are targeting the government's opponents.
An artist sketches the ordinary people behind the Euromaidan protests.
A closer look at Euromaidan's first victims
Ahead of the Sochi Olympics, Volgograd has suffered three suicide bombings in as many months.
Organizers include an anarchist, an ex-TV host, and a former boxing champion.
A new study shows that what doesn't kill you sometimes literally makes you stronger.
Moscow is battling Ukraine's duty on imported cars with a new ban on sweets.
A jailed politician in Georgia recently went on a hunger strike for the right to watch the tube. And it's not the craziest thing prisoners have successfully lobbied for.
How singer, designer, and dictator-in-training 'Googoosha' has her hand in the bribery terms with TeliaSonera
Amid all the kitsch, the singing contest's main sponsor's ties get scrutinized.
In the past year, the country has shown slow but steady progress that may put it at the forefront of LGBT rights in the post-Soviet region.
Vuk Jeremic has kept his link to prominent Bosnian Muslims under wraps. Now, he's coming forward -- for what some believe are political motivations.
The possible American origins of a brutal repression tool
What it's like to be a mother with a job in a difficult country like Azerbaijan -- or Pakistan.
Happy Chinese New Year, Russia. If history is any indication, you're in for an especially interesting one.