An inspector general’s report concludes that State officials nixed a high-profile award out of fear of offending higher-ups—then lied about it.
Trump’s executive order taking aim at diversity training could make it even harder to fix the State Department’s dismal record on inclusion.
A country that previously took in refugees could become an exporter of people as government ineptitude and an economic cataclysm destroy all hope.
“My hope is with the Taliban,” said one new recruit who has known only war and broken promises.
The confusing affair could make it even harder for South Korean President Moon Jae-in to continue warming up to the North.
Internal documents acknowledge concern among allies about the expiration of the Obama-era New START accord, but U.S. negotiators are still playing hardball.
What’s behind an odd, international campaign to free a Russian operative from a Libyan jail?
The militant group mines almost half a billion dollars a year from Afghan soil—and wants more.
“We don’t need a cheering section,” said Trump’s U.N ambassador. But Washington does need international compliance to make snapback sanctions work.
The burning of the Moria refugee camp in Lesbos has exposed the EU’s short-sighted, inhumane, and ineffective approach to asylum.
A new law meant to keep Chinese telecoms out of American networks threatens to make life impossible for diplomats, aid workers, and the military across much of Africa and Asia.
But the White House ceremony is marred by events back in Israel, including his mishandling of the coronavirus pandemic.
The new Japanese prime minister shares many of outgoing Shinzo Abe’s policies—but isn’t as wedded to Abe’s big overhaul.
As the United States abandons demands for human rights, young Afghans are embracing free speech the only place they can—on the Internet.