Ukraine Live Updates: Russia Dismisses U.S. Threat to Sanction Putin Personally as Bluster
Analysis | Why Russia-Ukraine Tensions Are So Hard to Defuse: QuickTake
Russia's 2014 annexation of Ukraine's Crimea peninsula ignited the tensest standoff between Moscow and the West since the Cold War.
Johnson warns of painful and violent Ukraine 'lightning war'
A Russian invasion of Ukraine would be "painful, violent and bloody business", Boris Johnson has warned as he said a "lightning war" was possible but not inevitable.
Boris Johnson warns Russia invasion of Ukraine would be 'bloody business'
Boris Johnson has warned Russian president Vladimir Putin that invading Ukraine would lead to a "painful, violent and bloody business".
Analysis | Putin as a Pirate of the Caribbean? That's Not Scary
When I was going through the confirmation process in 2006 to be commander of U.S. Southern Command - in charge of all joint military operations in Latin America and the Caribbean - I was often asked about the Monroe Doctrine.
US and Russia try to lower temperature as Ukraine tensions simmer
Top diplomats say they are open to further dialogue after talks yield no sign of breakthroughs.
Russia and US to meet in Geneva as Ukraine war fears grow
Diplomats from Russia and the United States are to hold crucial talks as a weeks-long standoff over Ukraine teeters on the cusp of a pivotal and potentially violent phase, with rising concerns that Europe may again be beset by war.
Maduro, Putin talk after diplomat hints at military activity
CARACAS, Venezuela - Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro on Thursday said he spoke by phone with Russian President Vladimir Putin about cooperation between the two countries.
Nato invites Russia for fresh talks on Europe amid Ukraine crisis
Nato has invited Russia to a fresh series of talks to discuss European security and arms controls as the alliance scrambles to avoid a possible Russian attack on Ukraine.
Russia would pay 'high price' for attack on Ukraine, says German minister
The new German foreign minister, Annalena Baerbock, sought to reassure a nervous Ukraine that she will not allow Germany to compromise on the basic principles of Ukraine's territorial sovereignty when she meets the Russian foreign minister, Sergey Lavrov, in Moscow for the first time on Tuesday.