In a talk at The National Press Club, historian and political analyst Gilbert Doctorow explores U.S.-Russia relations and their impact on the world.
President Trump's unexpected success mirrors that of right-wing leaders in Eastern Europe, like Poland's Stanislaw Tyminski and Hungary's Viktor Orbán.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Turkish President Tayipp Erdogan accused one another of grave human rights offenses recently. Who has the better case?
One reason people are quiescent in the face of racist, sexist, ecocidal outrage is their belief that Russiagate special prosecutor Robert Mueller will save them.
Journalist Shir Hever traces current Middle East turmoil to the Ottoman Empire and asks viewers to question the shifting paradigms of the discord.
People in other nations are applauding the defeat of the terrorist group on the battlefield and its destruction as a territorial state in Syria.
If we don't change our ways, it's likely that warming will surpass the "catastrophic" level by 2100, a new study finds.