Unlike Trump, former U.S. President Richard Nixon went to great lengths to cover up plans to assassinate or topple foreign leaders.
In an earlier age, the Democratic and Republican front-runners reserved their sharpest criticism for the Soviet Union and treated each other with respect.
After World War II, the United States envisioned the creation of a big-power fighting force to keep world peace. But the ambitious plan foundered amid bickering between Washington and Moscow.
Bipartisan congressional support for removing Sudan from U.S. terrorism lists grows as Khartoum pledges hundreds of millions of dollars in compensation to American victims.
After announcing its decision to withdraw from the U.N. health agency, the United States still seeks to shape the organization’s reform. It is struggling to find takers.
A local Czech politician tells China’s foreign minister not to “open your trap” again about his country’s relations with Taiwan.
Beijing has produced a booklet to counter allegations that it’s curtailing the freedoms of Hong Kong residents, abusing Uighurs, and failing to come clean on its role in the spread of the coronavirus.
Trump’s Iran gambit is sweeping, punitive, and has little chance of success.
An alliance of international health organizations are competing with the United States and other rich countries in an effort to secure vaccines for the world’s neediest.
A glimpse back at the beginning. Nixon and Kissinger’s vision of friendship with China is being put to rest by Trump administration.
Beijing insists the World Health Organization should act according to “the one-China principle.”
But Russia blocks the reopening of a critical border crossing for humanitarian aid.
A new report says the Middle East’s poorest country is uniquely vulnerable, as it records its first case of the coronavirus.
Human Rights Council minutes show meetings are being dramatically cut back.