Turkey shot down a Russian war plane on the Syrian border on November 24, sending tensions spiraling as Russian President Vladimir Putin warned Ankara its “stab in the back” would have serious consequences.
Turkey shoots down a Russian Jet, Mauricio Macri's promises of financial reform take him to the summit in Argentina, and we look at an organization using house parties to spread energy-efficiency awareness.
Russia weighs limiting music with non-Russian lyrics, and Joe Kechichian weighs in on the Syrian crisis. Also, we look at the legacy of Ahmad Chalabi, the man credited with pushing the United States into war with Iraq.
As some clues begin to emerge about what caused Metrojet Flight 9268 to break up in flight, the final victims' bodies arrived in Russia.CNN reports the government released a complete list of the 224 people who were killed in the crash.
A story in the New York Times this week has gotten people talking about the fragility of the internet, as it seems the Russian navy is spending a lot of time hanging out around the underseas cables that carry the web. How vulnerable are we?
The embattled Syrian leader, Bashar al-Assad, appeared in Moscow on Tuesday night, for his first trip outside of his country since the uprising against him began in 2011. It’s a sign of his dependence on Russian military assistance.