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  • 'Frozen conflicts': Democracies decline to uphold their own values

     'Frozen conflicts': Democracies decline to uphold their own values
    The front lines in eastern Ukraine have moved very little in recent weeks as Russia-backed separatists and government forces hunker down for winter and a World War I-style impasse sets in. Ukraine appears on its way to becoming the latest "frozen...
  • Rachel Marsden: Obama's video-game interventionism is no help to Europe

    U.S. President Barack Obama, the premature Nobel Peace Prize winner, appears to have finally pried himself away from the gaming console and gone outside for some fresh air. Hopefully he'll stay there so Europe can recover from its hangover -- and from...
  • Ukraine troops fight to avoid being surrounded by rebels

    Ukraine troops fight to avoid being surrounded by rebels
    As Ukrainian troops fought Monday to defend a strategic railway hub, Russian-backed separatists pledged to boost the size of their force and Washington pondered whether to expand its assistance to Ukraine to include lethal aid. President Barack Obama...
  • It's time for the U.S. to give Ukraine a defensive military boost

     It's time for the U.S. to give Ukraine a defensive military boost
    Fearful of provoking a new Cold War with Russia, the Obama administration has for months resisted pleas that it provide weapons to the government of Ukraine. This page has supported that cautious policy, worrying that military assistance to the government...
  • U.N. criticizes both sides in Ukraine conflict over civilian deaths

    U.N. criticizes both sides in Ukraine conflict over civilian deaths
    Ukrainian government troops and pro-Russia separatists are increasingly engaging in "indiscriminate shelling" that has killed at least 224 civilians over a recent three-week period and imperils millions living in the eastern Ukraine war zones, the...
  • It's time for U.S. and European allies to step back from Ukrainian conflict

    PARIS -- On a weekend when the United States augmented its program of financial aid to beleaguered Ukraine, President Barack Obama himself conceded to the American TV audience (those not watching Super Bowl preparations) that the official U.S. narrative...
  • Pictures in the News | Jan. 29, 2015

     
    Thursday's Pictures in the News beging in Mexico, where rescuers work amid the wreckage caused by an explosion that ripped through a children's hospital in Mexico City on Thursday, killing scores of people and injuring dozens, including 22 children....
  • Cluster bombs reported in Ukraine conflict as U.S. rethinks lethal aid

    Cluster bombs reported in Ukraine conflict as U.S. rethinks lethal aid
    European security officials appealed to the warring parties in Ukraine on Wednesday to hold their fire for three days so that thousands of civilians can be evacuated from a battleground where hundreds have died in recent days, including in reported...
  • Why we shouldn't arm Ukraine

    Why we shouldn't arm Ukraine
    In recent decades, you could make a good living betting on American military intervention in any foreign crisis covered by CNN. President Barack Obama has resisted demands to escalate our response to Russia's aggression against Ukraine, but his resistance...
  • NATO ministers to fine-tune readiness on Russian, Middle East threats

    NATO ministers to fine-tune readiness on Russian, Middle East threats
    NATO defense ministers gather Thursday in Brussels to decide key elements of their "Readiness Action Program" aimed at strengthening the alliance's ability to respond to security challenges emanating from Russia, North Africa and the Middle East. The...
  • Want to arm Kiev? Better have a Plan B

    Want to arm Kiev? Better have a Plan B
    To say that the truce in eastern Ukraine, where Russia-backed breakaway "republics" are battling the pro-Western Kiev government, isn't holding is like saying the Titanic sprung a leak. The cease-fire signed in September is a dead letter. There's a full-...