opinion Vladimir Frolov Moscow’s Failed French Election Gambit (Op-Ed) Russia’s media attacks on French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron are a political fumble. It didn’t have to be this way.
Archives for August 30, 2019
Icebreaker project ‘We Want to Change the Course of History,’ Northern Sea Route Operator Says With new icebreakers, Russia’s Arctic route could compete with the Suez Canal in shipping and trading.
CÚCUTA, Colombia—Once a month, Marisol Ramírez travels 43 miles by car and then on foot to cross one of the most dangerous borders in the world. She joins the estimated 30,000 people daily who travel across the Simón Bolívar International Bridge to enter Colombia from Venezuela.
Following a request from British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Queen Elizabeth II has prorogued the U.K.’s Parliament—temporarily shutting down the United Kingdom’s deliberative body just weeks before the deadline for a no-deal Brexit hits.
The Ebola epidemic in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is now officially a global emergency.