Playing "a dangerous game," NATO pushes allies to send more troops and military equipment to Eastern Europe.
A trip to Northern Europe and the former Soviet Union uncovers buried truths about Adolf Hitler and the Holocaust—and reminds us of the power of travel to astound.
A military response by NATO is ramping up the new Cold War with Russia as the international body declared Thursday that it will establish six command posts on its eastern borders and create a 5,000-member "rapid reaction" force.
Speaking in Estonia two days before huddling with NATO officials in Wales to discuss the simmering conflict with Russia over Ukraine, Barack Obama characterized the crisis as a "moment of testing" for NATO.
In search of communities striving to build viable alternatives to scorched earth capitalism, a documentary team profiled people in Spain, Estonia and Indonesia who are creating underground economies that serve them, rather than waiting for political parties and corporate institutions to engender humane social change.