Beijing could slam every corner of the American economy, from oil refineries to wind turbines to jet engines, by banning exports of crucial minerals.
The latest refugees from the kingdom fled to Tbilisi, Georgia, and spoke to Foreign Policy before seeking asylum in the West.
Former Iraqi Prime Minister Ayad Allawi says the U.S. secretary of state was informed of Iranian missiles at an Iraqi base.
This time it’s a G-7 joint statement ahead of a meeting of national leaders in August.
Lawmakers and American allies are growing skeptical toward the White House’s efforts to counter Tehran.
A new congressional letter raises fears of stumbling into war.
As Trump’s national security team barrels toward a confrontation in the Persian Gulf, Europe is starting to balk.
Fake news articles and tweets sought to cast Saudi Arabia and other rivals of Tehran in a bad light.
National security experts warn the two countries may be headed toward a military confrontation.
Washington and Berlin face off again over Nord Stream 2 as European ships are targeted.
A massive breach at the American health insurer was thought to be the work of Chinese spies.
The long-awaited appointment of Patrick Shanahan allows Pentagon leaders to finally move forward on filling key positions.
As a warning to Iran, United States deployed additional military forces to the region on Friday, including the USS Arlington and a Patriot missile battery.