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  • Oliver Stone: 'I Would Like to Make a Documentary about Vladimir Putin'

    LONDON - Oliver Stone would like to make a film about Russian president Vladimir Putin, he has said during a visit to Moscow. Stone was in Russia to prep his film about former U.S. intelligence analyst Edward Snowden, which will star Joseph Gordon-...
  • Trudy Rubin: Lessons for Washington pols

    As we debate how Tuesday's election results will affect government gridlock, I can't help thinking about two other elections, held last week, in tiny Tunisia and embattled Ukraine. They offer insights to Americans fed up with paralysis in Washington...
  • Beijing and Almaty press their cases for 2022 Winter Games

    BANGKOK (Reuters) - The two cities in the running to host the Winter Olympics that Europe didn't want went on the charm offensive on Friday, hoping to convince Olympic delegates to award them the 2022 Games. The bidding teams from Beijing and Almaty...
  • A Democratic Waterloo

    The Duke of Wellington said of his close-run victory over Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo that the French "came on in the same old way, and we sent them back in the same old way." Something like that happened to the Democrats in Tuesday's midterm...
  • Forward on Ukraine: The US should steer clear of a new Cold War

    The following editorial appeared in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on Wednesday, Nov. 5: Developments in the evolving relationship among elements in Ukraine and Russia continue to play out, most recently with disputed elections Sunday in the Donetsk and...
  • FIFA official warns of World Cup boycott over racism in Russia

    FIFA official warns of World Cup boycott over racism in Russia
    A FIFA official warned this week that the 2018 World Cup in Russia could be boycotted by black players unless Russian President Vladimir Putin gets tougher on racism. Tokyo Sexwale, FIFA's anti-racism advisor and a former anti-apartheid activist, told...
  • Ukraine cuts funding for east until pro-Russia 'terrorists' retreat

    Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseny Yatsenyuk announced Wednesday that the government was cutting funding to areas in the east of the country occupied by pro-Russia separatists. "Today, to pay money to this area means that the money will not reach the...
  • Noah Smith: Bad energy, good energy; choose side in moral fight

    Noah Smith: Bad energy, good energy; choose side in moral fight
    The fight to develop renewable energy is a battle of good against evil, and the future of humanity hangs in the balance. No, I'm not talking about climate change (though that is certainly important). I'm talking about the distribution of wealth and...
  • Readers blame Koch brothers et al., fellow voters for election results

    Voters in California once again elected Democrats to fill every statewide office -- even for contests in which party affiliation was largely irrelevant and the Republicans mounted strong campaigns -- deepening the Golden State's blue political hue....
  • TV Review: BBC America's 'The Game'

    "The Game" uses a familiar rulebook, which isn't to say this BBC America period spy drama isn't worth playing. Low-key to the point of sleepy, the three previewed chapters of the six-episode series pursue a cat-and-mouse battle of wits between British and...
  • No talks set for Obama, Putin in Asia but informal discussions likely: official

    No talks set for Obama, Putin in Asia but informal discussions likely: official
    U.S. President Barack Obama has no plans for formal face-to-face talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin at Asia-Pacific or G20 summits next week but they are expected to have an informal conversation on the sidelines, a senior U.S. official said on...