Russia's President Putin labeled media reports surrounding the Panama Papers as “provocation” on Thursday.
Producing nations risk an oil bust if they don't reach a freeze agreement of some sort when they meet in Doha, Qatar, this weekend.
Saudi Arabia's 30-year-old deputy crown prince may have already tanked any hope of an oil deal.
Insight to just how the Panama Papers leaked a game changer for Russia and President Putin, with Bill Browder, Hermitage Capital Management CEO, and author of "Red Notice." "All these guys are effectively trustees for Vladimir Putin," says Browder.
Credit Suisse and HSBC dismissed suggestions they were actively using offshore structures to help clients cheat on their taxes.
The massive anonymous leak of financial documents has left political experts contemplating what it could mean for Russia ahead of elections this year.
The Panama Papers showed that Putin's close aides were involved in a $2 billion money trail with offshore firms and banks, says ICIJ's Jake Bernstein.
President Barack Obama voiced his concerns following his fourth and final Nuclear Security Summit in Washington D.C.
Donald Trump's comments about NATO highlight why he would be a terrible leader for the US on the world stage, says Erik Brattberg.
Vadim Nikitin, senior associate of Stroz Friedberg, explains what Russia needs to do to attract investors once more.
Wesley Clark, a former NATO supreme allied commander, says there is a lot of finesse needed in how the U.S. handles its efforts in the region.
Wesley Clark, former NATO Supreme Allied Commander, discusses international hot-button issues including Russia's withdrawal from Syria and Iran's missile test.
Geopolitical experts say it wouldn't take much to get Vladimir Putin to put Russia right back in the middle of the Syrian conflict.
Georgetown University adjuct professor Brenda Shaffer and John Bussey of Wall Street Journal, weigh in on what to expect from Vladimir Putin and his meeting with top managers of Russia’s leading oil producers.
CNBC correspondent Hadley Gamble discusses the lack of ceasefire in Syria and Russian president Vladimir Putin's objectives in the country.
The head of Rosneft floated the idea of an output cut by oil-producing countries to prop up sagging prices but fell short of saying whether Moscow take part.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko says the risk of open war with Russia is now more serious than last year.
Hopes that Ukraine can get back on track were hit on Wednesday, when the country's president warned that the probability of war with Russia had risen and its economy minister resigned.
William Browder, Hermitage Capital CEO, discusses how the plunge in oil prices and sanctions are raising alarm bells in Russia.
Nina Khrushcheva, international affairs professor at The New School, discusses affairs in Russia with a falling currency.