Though he’s eager to accommodate Bernie Sanders’s base on domestic issues, the presumptive Democratic nominee is still seen as a man of the past by progressives.
Facing fierce criticism from Mattis and other former senior military officials, Esper insists the Pentagon is not playing politics.
While live on air, a journalist and cameraman were attacked with tear gas along with crowds across from White House.
Canada is searching for new frameworks to tackle ideological violence.
“Nearly all the Taliban leadership in Doha has the bug,” a senior Afghan official said.
U.S. soft power was already dwindling under Trump. But the new wave of police violence and racial injustice may be drying up the reserves.
By reportedly halting major agricultural purchases, Beijing makes it likely U.S.-China relations will dramatically worsen.
Congress pushes back after images of police violence spread over the weekend with a move to limit Pentagon weapons transfers to local authorities.
Rioting in the aftermath of another police-inflicted death—this time in one of the most prosperous U.S. cities—reveals how little progress has been made.
In highly unusual move, U.S. diplomats in Uganda and Kenya issue public pronouncements expressing distress over the death of George Floyd.
Democrats and NGOs slammed the White House decision, saying the U.S. president was ceding influence to China and further undercutting the coronavirus response.
The U.S. pronouncement that it no longer considers Hong Kong to be independent from China paves the way for future sanctions, which could hurt the very people the United States means to help.
Both political parties are demonizing the world trade body, but many experts warn that such a move could seriously set back U.S. power and prestige.