Paula Dobriansky served as Undersecretary of State for Democracy and Global Affairs for the entire George W Bush administration. Prior to that she served in the Bush 41, Reagan and Carter administrations in various foreign policy capacities. And prior to...
January has been a cruel month for the prospects of peace in Ukraine. As the international community mulls new measures against Russia and continues to debate how to best address the conflict, the fighting has reached new levels of intensity....
A growing number of IDPs pose problems for Ukraine and the world
Could a Rapid Reaction Force be the key to NATO's future?
The far reaching consequences of a local conflict
Calls for an international independent investigation
The facts only matter to the extent they are agreed upon
Last week clashes between pro-Russian and pro-Kiev protesters came to the usually quiet and ethnically diverse port city of Odessa. While calm has now returned to the city after three days of rioting, the violence that occurred last week serves as a...
Things are getting much worse in Syria, and the Ukraine crisis is to blame.