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.
Senators are also questioning the State Department on whether U.S.-origin defense equipment sold to Turkey was used in such incidents.
Kevin Moley, the top U.S. diplomat overseeing international organizations affairs, will retire next month.
Photos of children show horrific burns caused by what looks like white phosphorus.
Congress won’t let Trump gut foreign assistance. So the administration made it harder to disburse funds, leaving aid programs in China, Iraq, and elsewhere in the lurch.
Troops’ movement on the border has Kurds worried about a Turkish assault.
State Department meeting highlights internal alarm at China’s growing influence in international organizations.
But the department’s top leaders say they can’t sack the Trump appointee at the center of scandal.
Two decades after brokering peace in the former Yugoslavia, Washington plans to try to restart talks between Serbia and Kosovo.
A school supported by the $50 million loan purchased barbed wire, gas launchers, and body armor.
The highest-level trip this century will likely anger the Kremlin, even as the U.S. president tries to bring Russia back into the G-7.