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From faculty lounges and think tanks, foreign policy thought leaders explain that Russian President Vladimir Putin's "thuggish" behavior in Ukraine damns him and his country before the civilized world.
Vladimir Putin is pulling Winston Churchill's Iron Curtain back across the Crimea.
Exemplary bravery has placed the Ukrainian people on the cusp of achieving, for real, the independence it had gained from the Soviet Union's breakup in 1992 mostly as a formality.
Ukraine's presidency said Friday that it has negotiated an international deal intended to end battles between police and protesters that have killed scores and injured hundreds. It was unclear whether the deal would appease protesters, and shots rang out Friday morning in central Kiev.
The Russians here in the deep south of the country swear by luscious Abkhazian tangerines, and Mukhmunad Ashabokova is a vital part of the transport link that brings the bright orange citrus into Russia.
In the summer of 1980, a group of journalists asked a Soviet official what the Soviet Union had contributed to building of Moscow's new West German-constructed Sheremetyevo Airport, which would deliver visitors to the Summer Olympics.
Osama bin Laden always kept one within arm's reach. Its silhouette can be seen crossed with a hoe on the national flag of Mozambique. Chilean leftist President Salvador Allende died in the famous 1973 coup holding one — a gift from Cuban ally Fidel Castro. Its distinctive image has been emblazoned across T-shirts and vodka bottles around the world.
Russian moves in Ukraine and other nations carved out of the Soviet Union are reviving memories of the Cold War power struggles for influence between Moscow and Washington.
An expanded EU would benefit Europe and the U.S.