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President Vladimir Putin cast Russia Thursday as a defender of conservative values against the "genderless and infertile" Western tolerance that he said equates good and evil.
Police in Ukraine on Wednesday pulled back as protesters claimed victory after an overnight face-off in which authorities removed some barricades and tents and scuffled with demonstrators occupying Kiev's main square.
Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered his military to make bolstering its presence in the Arctic a top priority.
Is Santa Claus an American citizen? That question came up during a hearing Wednesday at the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, as Sen. Robert Menendez quizzed Bruce Heyman on his nomination to serve as U.S. ambassador to Canada.
Russia wants to set aside tensions with the U.S. and forge the first bilateral trade and investment treaty between the former Cold War rivals.
The U.S. "reset" with Russia just got a lot trickier: An Arctic-area Russian airfield that has been closed for 20 years is being reactivated.
The signing into law last year of permanent normal trade relations with Russia is one of the successful diplomatic accomplishments of President Obama's first term.
As the world focuses on the passing of Hugo Chavez and the impact of his socialist policies on oil-rich Venezuela, halfway around the globe a different kind of leader has been quietly transforming his country into a prosperous and reliable partner of the West.
It's only a footnote to his monumental legacy, but there's a chess angle to the story of the life of Nelson Mandela, the great South African leader who passed away last week at the age of 95.