The most comprehensive study to date shows that State has in some ways become less diverse than it was in 2002.
The White House plans to divert $3.8 billion from across the Department of Defense to build Trump’s long-promised wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.
The department canceled the tour at the last minute due to concerns about the coronavirus epidemic.
“There’s zero support or pushback from the department for the career people,” said one former U.S. official.
The Pentagon will propose retiring many of its older aircraft as new capabilities come online, but the cuts aren’t as steep as initially planned.
The veteran diplomat Julie Fisher is likely to be given the task of strengthening ties with a nation still dominated by Russia.
Memo urges secretary of state to cut through confusion created by impeachment testimony.
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.
Despite years of U.S. and international efforts to fight terrorism in the area, extremist groups are gaining ground.
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.