France demanded more information, while Germany put arms sales to the oil-rich nation on hold.
Less Isolated, Russia's Putin Tries a Wait-and-See Approach
Strongarm Leaders Make for Strange Bedfellows
Missing Fingers and Secret Handshakes: Turkey’s Case Against an American Pastor
Turkey’s Weird U.S.-Pastor Case Is Far From Over
China aims to expand its influence from one polar cap to the other. Debt, demographics and a middle income trap stand in the way.
Can China Afford to Be The World’s Next Superpower?
Is EU Friend, Foe or Both? We'll See When Juncker Meets Trump
In the end it was a good outcome for NATO.
Trump Leaves Open Possibility of Recognizing Crimea's Annexation
Splits over German pipeline, budgets and Turkish missiles
Trump Bump or Putin Push? NATO’s Defense-Budget Battle in Charts
The two men may not strike a grand bargain, but the EU and NATO are counting the ways the summit could go wrong.
A Russian leader is proposing an alternative to Western-style democracy. Is the Cold War back?
Erdogan has bet his re-election on the draw of his “crazy” $200 billion worth of new infrastructure projects.
There’s a gas pipeline deal to be done with Kim Jong Un. Any takers?
Kim made fewer commitments than in earlier ‘failed’ deals.
Recap: North Korea’s many promises to abandon nuclear weapons.
Trump will be under pressure to ensure the deal with North Korea is tougher than the one Obama struck with Iran.
A Win Means Different Things to Trump and Kim