Democrats say the State Department is withholding information on diversity from Congress based on the claim it is “non-publicly available” information.
In a move that could raise questions in Congress, Trump loyalist Anthony Tata has been asked to sit in on meetings prior to his expected nomination to a senior Pentagon post.
A U.S. congressional report warns of aggressive actions by the People’s Liberation Army against Taipei.
Some groups haven’t had luck getting through the door, sources tell Foreign Policy.
Officials fear the arrival of a former top aide to Vice President Mike Pence who could undercut Defense Secretary Mark Esper.
Critics say fighting the coronavirus has become secondary as U.S. seeks to hamstring the World Health Organization, turning it into a 2020 election issue along with Chinese trade.
Political appointee Alexander Alden will take over a role in a bureau caught in the middle of Trump’s impeachment and trial.
Under fire from human rights groups, the Pentagon is asking lawmakers for funding to improve its ability to track civilian casualties in the ongoing fight against the Islamic State and other terrorist groups, Foreign Policy has learned.
A top Democrat wants the CDC to draw up fresh rules to stop the spread of the coronavirus after an outbreak sidelined an aircraft carrier in Guam.
Bleak data on China’s economic outlook counters claims by Trump officials that the U.S. economy can get quickly back on track when the lockdown lifts.
U.S. officials worry that counterterrorism operations will be constrained.
The decision comes after U.S. officials and human rights advocates complained that Tencent aids Beijing in surveillance.
The commander of the USS Theodore Roosevelt had two direct calls with top Navy aides before his warning about the dire situation on board leaked publicly.
The United States continues sending military aid to Egypt despite its worsening human rights situation. Could the death of a detained American change that?