Britain, France, and Germany say Iran’s ballistic missile program is inconsistent with the nuclear deal and improves its capacity to deliver nuclear payload. Tehran counters that Europeans have failed to meet obligations under the pact.
Seoul may be trying to preserve its fading diplomatic outreach to Pyongyang.
A memo details the Trump administration’s efforts to end waivers for hundreds of thousands of vulnerable Central American nationals and send them home.
Ankara has been contemplating developing nuclear weapons since the 1960s.
A poll finds that most Iranians believe better ballistic missiles and military supremacy in the Middle East will make their country safer.
Secretary-General António Guterres lays down the law in a new memo dealing with the cash crisis.
Testimony of African eyewitnesses to the U.N. secretary-general’s death was dismissed because of their lack of education and perceived susceptibility to political manipulation.
A newly published report shows it took the Truman administration nearly two weeks to confirm the news.
The United Nations has long disputed that Washington has a right to block people from the New York headquarters—going back to Yasser Arafat in 1988.
Parliament delivers a blow to Boris Johnson’s power grab.
A generation ago, the Taliban promised to prevent Osama bin Laden from targeting Americans—then came 9/11.
The White House and Foggy Bottom are at odds over the value of blue helmets.
Then-U.S. secretary of state feared too much winning would make Israel harder to influence.