The Russian president is poised for another term—and conflict with the West has done wonders for his popularity.
Years of failure have planted a deep sense of malaise among those seeking an end to the Maduro regime.
Moscow seeks to finally leave behind an architectural vestige of its communist past, but at a high cost to its residents.
When it comes to the dangers of unchecked NATO expansion, Trump was right.
A documentary on state television gives a glimpse of Vladimir Putin’s philosophy.
A new book by the evolutionary biologist Jerry Coyne tackles arguments that the two institutions are compatible.
President Nicolas Maduro's strategy of jailing political opponents has empowered a former kite-surfing champion.
Revisiting Dostoyevsky’s St. Petersburg haunts in the Putin era
How U.S.-Russian relations became so dysfunctional—and dangerous
The radical feminist movement struggles to survive in France.
U.S. leaders need to talk to the Russians, not threaten them.
The president should spell out what he is ready to do if Putin strikes again.
“They all had masks on. One guy was waving around a huge knife. They took us into the woods and made us strip topless, and gave us a swastika poster to hold. Now they will kill us for sure, I thought.”
When Larry Alex Taunton talked to young atheists about why they left Christianity, he interpreted their objections as matters of style, not substance. That's not accurate or fair.
The radical feminist group has ignited human-rights debates we need to have.
The Tunisian woman who sparked the feminist group's nude protest last week says it was the wrong approach. But was she speaking freely?
Amina, a 19-year-old who hoped to join the radical protest group Femen, is also threatened with death by stoning.
Whether she's railing against the Catholic hierarchy or battling social conservatives, Ukrainian activist Inna Shevchenko's feminism is a contact sport.
In France, members of the protest group have been beaten and detained, but they're using the experience to train for a bigger challenge.