U.S. Accuses Former U.N. General Assembly President of Corruption

John Ashe is alleged to have taken more than $1.3 million in bribes from Chinese business interests.


Israel’s Vanishing Red Lines in Syria

Russia’s intervention in support of Bashar al-Assad is making it a lot more difficult for Benjamin Netanyahu to keep the Iranian threat at bay.


Do Presidents Trust the Foreign Service?

By letting career diplomats at the State Department languish, the White House is wasting one of its greatest assets -- at its own peril.


Iraq Strikes Intel Sharing Agreement With Russia, Syria, and Iran

The move comes as Russia has deployed large numbers of troops to Syria and has reasserted its diplomatic power in the Middle East.


Will China Deliver on Its Promise to Stop Hacking American Businesses?

Friday’s Rose Garden announcement by the leaders of China and the United States could usher in a new era in U.S.-China relations, or a new kind of hacking.


Australia’s Mr. China

Canberra's new prime minister has a plan to shake up the country's balancing act between the United States and China. And Washington might not like it.


What Xi Wants From Washington

During his two days in Washington State, Chinese President Xi Jinping will take part in the usual array of business roundtables and CEO forums focused ...

The Cable

U.S. To Lift More Commercial and Travel Restrictions Against Cuba

The United States announced it would continue to ease economic penalties against Cuba and loosens travel restrictions to the island.

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