Bill would give DoJ ability to impose fines on FARA violators
Casey Michel speaks with Central European University’s Maciej Kisilowsk on recent Polish illiberalism –and how the EU and the U.S. are reacting.
Marius Laurinavičius on a recent Senate hearing exploring the role of U.S. allies bordering Russia – and how they help defend American democracy.
Ukraine targets corrupt judges, Europe wobbles over Russia sanctions, and Poland faces constitutional crisis
Russia’s greases palms in efforts to end European sanctions, Canadian officials fear Vancouver real estate is sheltering dirty money from China, and Poland beefs up border surveillance in response to Russian aggression in Eastern Europe
Russia exempts managers of state-owned companies from public income declarations, China invests in corporate Europe, and supporters of slain activist Boris Nemtsov resolve to publish his report on Russian troops in Ukraine