Moldova is feeling the heat from Crimea's referendum to join the Russian Federation.
This is not the first time that Putin's close aide and envoy on missile defense makes a controversial comment.
While NATO beefs up its response to Russia after Crimea's vote to join the nation, Moscow also announces plans to deploy fighter jets to Belarus.
Sunday, 97% of Crimeans voted to succeed from Ukraine and join Russia. What were their views in 2013?
Turkey could enter into the Syrian civil war to protect an important shrine.
Almost 165 years after the first Crimean War, a new conflict could occur on the Black Sea peninsula. What would it look like if it happened?
The Turkish government cracks down after the protest movement from last year makes a comeback.
Moldova is nervously watching the fate of Ukraine's autonomous region of Crimea as a sign of Russian encroachment.
After almost a year in a coma, a 15-year-old boy wounded in protests died, which sparked new anti-government riots.
Vladimir Putin was unsettled by the fate of Ukraine's president, but his military reaction was a sign of weakness, experts said.
A strong quake hit an area near Eureka Sunday night and was followed by several aftershocks.
Russia has historically used its energy resources as a political tool to exert influence, but now those resources may get in its way.
Almost half of Europe's natural gas from Russia passes through Ukraine. Now Russian state-owned energy company Gazprom wants to stop the flow.
The U.S. Navy said the deployment is part of a "routine" exercise.
Israel is known for its high-tech industry, and Silicon Valley has noticed. Prime Minister Netanyahu himself has visited to bolster ties.
Deposed President Viktor Yanukovych may have embezzled almost $37 billion of Ukrainian state funds, but what about his cronies?
If an armed conflict breaks out between Ukraine and Russia, what capability does Ukraine have to wage a fight?
Turkey has become a Black Sea region power, and Russia's deployment of more troops in Crimea and Ukraine has Turkish officials worried.
U.S. diplomatic cables reveal that Ukraine appealed for support against Russian aggression years ago.
Russia has used its energy resources as a political tool to exert influence, but now those resources may get in its way.