David Satterfield is expected to leave his post after just a few months on the job, leaving a big vacuum at a bad time.
A landmark report on human rights in China was delayed six months over a behind-the-scenes impasse on LGBTQ rights.
Hundreds of employees at the World Food Program protest the dominant role of men in responding to world’s humanitarian emergencies.
The head of the United Nations’ top food agency will get a job extension now that Russia’s invasion has put food security at risk for millions.
“It looks as if some officials have already given up on Ukraine,” local staff told the State Department.
The move would facilitate military and economic support for Kyiv as it battles a brutal Russian offensive.
Thomas Wright of Brookings has made a career studying the international order. Now he might get to fix it.
In a letter to the State Department, staff voice fears they will be abandoned amid the Russian onslaught.
Russia could make the case that the United States is a co-combatant.
Intelligence on possible targets has been shared with Ukraine and other partners in the region.
More than 60 years after the deaths of the U.N. chief and his team, the victims’ families believe the answer may lie in Washington’s and London’s archives.
Shanthi Kalathil played a key role in organizing Biden’s Summit for Democracy.