In an interview, Estonia’s president Toomas Hendrik Ilves explains his view that the world is in its worst state since the Cold War. He also takes aim at Russian Prime Minister Medvedev’s complaint of a “lack of trust” between the West and Russia.
Russia and Turkey have reached an agreement to prevent an assault on Syria's Idlib. The deal has drawn praise in the Arab media for preventing further bloodshed, but critics are skeptical it will foster lasting peace.
Panel discussions at the Munich Security Conference unanimously agreed that the terror group "Islamic State" remains a threat, even though it may have lost its "territory."
Building trust with Russia? Tensions with the UK are having the opposite effect, says security expert Wolfgang Ischinger. The double agent's poisoning case is wreaking havoc on relations between London and Moscow.
US-Russia policy is now wholly in the hands of Congress, which bodes badly for the Kremlin. It has lost its ability to intimidate the West as sanctions and international isolation take a toll, writes Konstantin Eggert.
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