A string of suicides and murders points to growing political instability in Ukraine.
You might have missed that it's really a tale of scarred, broken men struggling to adjust in a strange new world.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced a new training mission as Kiev keeps asking for real guns.
The Harper government is requesting bids for $17 million worth of development on the Inuvik satellite station in the Northwest Territories
At a time when the specter of the Russian military is high on the minds of European countries fearful of the next Ukraine, Canada's Department of National Defense is playing tough with President Vladimir Putin.
Russia isn't officially at war, but her soldiers are dying. How are their families dealing with the loss?
A group of "black diggers" have come together to illegally unearth the remains of World War II soldiers and sell the military artifacts.
The Government is about to publish their long-term defence strategy and Alan Dupont is worried. We asked the security expert and former diplomat about why Australia is falling behind the times.
The VHS tapes I grew up with were a mix of classic American cartoons and Soviet-produced Russian cartoons. Looking back on them now, I can see how those cartoons shaped my cultural identity—and I realize that I didn't totally understand them.
Maria Gruzdeva spent four years documenting more than 12,000 miles of land and people.
These young people are trying to shame Russia's assholes by plastering their windshields with massive stickers that say, "I Spit On Everybody, I Drive/Park However I Want."
A rundown of all the countries you should be scared of this year.
More draconian restrictions have been placed on LGBT individuals in a country that has all but criminalized being gay.
The situation for LGBT people can often feel bleak. Let's give ourselves a pat on the back for a change.
This is likely to prove counter-productive—vindictive enough to anger Alexei Navalny, but not enough to silence him.
You don't often see major powers bartering food staples for weapons systems, but the recent move by Vladimir Putin is actually a savvy bit of strategic thinking.
This week's list includes legal weed, cruise missile attacks, cops, and the people who hate the cops.
Remember when the internet used to be fun?
Economic sanctions and the falling price of oil seem to be crippling Russia's fragile economy, but is that actually a good thing for the West?
Whenever the world goes to hell in a family-size hand basket, people act surprised that they keep getting surprised.
The $2.1 million worth of uranium seized in a raid last week is only one of an exceptional number of nuclear-material thefts, losses, or smugglings recorded over the past two decades.
The Polish artist sees his '1920+' series as a means to interest others in Polish history.
I talked to human rights campaigners to discuss the UK's attempts to tackle homophobia around the world.
For years, getting wasted when Moscow's dictators didn't want you to was a victory of wits for the Russian masses.