The Trump administration’s retreat from multilateralism left a political void that China is seeking to fill. Now, the United States wants to turn back the clock.
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif had sought to give a speech condemning the U.S. assassination of Qassem Suleimani.
Questions arise as to whether Erdogan’s $26 billion megaproject is intended to clear his border of Kurds.
Current and former officials point to John Rood as a major source of frustration in the U.S. Defense Department policy shop.
Critics say the move will open the door to increased Iranian influence and worsen Iraq’s slide into chaos.
The SDF’s Gen. Mazloum Abdi wants international observers to stop Turkish-backed forces from displacing the Kurds.
U.S. ambassador considers resigning over the issue, which could harm U.S. anti-terrorism mission and aid programs there, officials say.
Menendez accuses Trump administration of obscuring communications with foreign leaders in wake of impeachment inquiry.
The bipartisan House move seeks to bolster support for U.S. diplomats as Ukraine impeachment inquiry puts heat on the foreign service.
Donors across the United States have provided more than a quarter of a million dollars so far.
The surveillance aircraft on the chopping block is a variant of the type that Iran shot down this summer.
The move is part of the administration’s campaign to get U.S. allies to pay more for defense. South Korea is also being asked to pony up.