Obama wanted a showdown with Russia at the U.N. over Syria’s use of chemical weapons. But Europeans say not so fast.
The Obama administration once sought a nuclear-free world. Now it’s fighting a ban on those very weapons.
A trip through the country’s beleaguered south reveals demoralized soldiers, corrupt local officials, and sweeping Taliban gains in previously peaceful towns. How did Obama’s “good war” go so wrong?
A brutal assault on American and other foreign aid workers in Juba marks a new low for a supposed U.S. ally and the state of U.N. peacekeeping.
Obama was quick to endorse Erdogan’s return to power, but the Turkish leader holds Washington partially responsible for the coup anyway.
The Obama administration finally releases an estimate of how many civilians were killed in its secret drone strikes. But rights groups say the true numbers are vastly higher.
Trump's rise has retired generals and admirals playing politics — and weighing races of their own — in ways that haven't been seen in decades.
What the profile of Ben Rhodes tells us about ego and politics inside the Obama administration.
Obama’s sparring with Putin is hampering the push to prevent nuclear terrorism — and even raising the risk of an accidental nuclear confrontation.
The Turkish president maintains that the Kurdish militants receiving arms from the U.S. are terrorists — and that the West is wrong to see them any differently.
As his last year in office winds down, the president looks to cement his legacy by forging a new path in Latin America.
From the Islamic State to Libya, from China to Putin, can the sitting U.S. president offer real perspective while he’s still inside the White House?
It’s actually Putin and a rising Russia that pose the greater threat to world order. And that's something we need to acknowledge, for ourselves and our allies.
Iowa voters embraced the GOP Texas senator and his pledges to carpet bomb the Islamic State, but Clinton’s gamble to hit Sanders by playing up her hawkish bona fides fell short with Democrats.