The multibillionaire has gone almost unnoticed in the world of philanthropy.
And what Henry Kissinger gets wrong about the war in Ukraine.
Europe can no longer rely on imported Russian gas.
The New York Times sings a familiar tune.
Mediating between Putin and the U.S.
The Herzl paradox.
The Islamic Republic is watching closely.
Iran is paying attention.
The author The Gulag Archipelago and his critics.
“It is so fragile, literally crumbling apart.”
A newly formed Ukrainian refugee orchestra follows in the footsteps of countless uprooted musicians, including many Holocaust survivors.
The “war between the wars” goes on.
A desperate attempt to divert attention from Russia’s imperial ambitions.