Nato to boost regional presence despite doubts over Trump’s stance
Pontiff decries conflict in Africa, Ukraine, Burma, Korea, Colombia and Venezuela
On Christmas Day, 1991, Gorbachev ended the USSR and Boris Yelstin took power
Moscow posturing seen by some as attempt at unnerving incoming US administration
Thirty-nine young people from the area affected by nuclear disaster land in Dublin
Under General Pinochet’s rule of terror in Chile, one man saved thousands from the dictator’s brutal secret police. How did Roberto Kozak do it – and escape death?
Teargas deployed against protesters as thousands protest rightwing government
US president says he told Vladimir Putin to stop meddling in the election at G20 meeting
Russia’s state media show it as tough, loyal and compassionate in Syria
EU’s relationship with Moscow in the spotlight as Syria and Ukraine on agenda
London Letter: UK faces leaving EU as US president looks for new relationships
Leaders refrain from imposing further restrictions on Moscow over actions in Syria
Britain will not be present at evening talks, with Syria and Ukraine on main summit agenda
Sanctions on Russia set to be extended, with EU defence policy also on summit agenda
Americans need to learn lessons from Europe’s communist past
Russia’s rapid militarisation of annexed Crimea alarms neighbours in the region
Dutch court questions Crimea’s status in a ruling that is likely to anger Russia
Long read: The inside story of cyberattacks and leaks that officials believe tipped the election scales
Choice of Exxon boss as secretary of state alarms Republican senators over Russia ties
US president-elect criticises agencies over claims that Russia intervened in election
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