The former foreign secretary was steering a diminished Britain—and may have helped accelerate its decline.
Right-wing politicians are pouncing on an ambitious law seeking to curb hate speech online.
A new law seeks to protect “human dignity” on the internet.
He'll be contending with a stalled Minsk process, unclear direction from Washington, and a still-hot war with Russia in the east.
Geographic isolation from the rest of Europe doesn't protect Britain from homegrown threats.
Theresa May hopes to secure a mandate in June's snap election. But she'll need to persuade voters to vote, first.
On Wednesday, Britain’s exit from the EU becomes very real. That doesn’t mean it’s going to go according to plan.
When one cause distracts from another
Lessons from Eastern Europe and the Baltics
Some nations are excited for the new president-elect. But others question what he means for their security.
Much of your country appears to reject your values. What do you do now?
The country’s cherished universities are in turmoil over whether their European and foreign professors and students will be able to remain once its membership in the European Union is over.
Seventy-five years after the mass slaughter of Kiev's Jews, Ukraine begins a new memorial project.
The country broke free from the Soviet Union a quarter-century ago. But its struggle for self-determination still smolders.