The evidence of Croatian police violence toward migrants is overwhelming, but Brussels continues to praise and fund Zagreb for patrolling the European Union’s longest external land border.
A federal court case could stop Ottawa from treating the United States as a safe third country due to the Trump administration’s harsh policies toward asylum-seekers.
The new head of the IAEA was the United States’ preferred candidate. But, as global tensions rise, he quickly needs to prove his independence.
A new generation of students raised and schooled in Italy are pushing to reform outdated citizenship laws that reward those with Italian bloodlines rather than people who have lived in the country all their lives.
A Democratic lawmaker says the lack of transparency and record-keeping will keep the public in the dark.
The bipartisan House move seeks to bolster support for U.S. diplomats as Ukraine impeachment inquiry puts heat on the foreign service.
Trump’s bullying prompted NATO Chief Stoltenberg to praise the U.S. president for his “leadership on defense spending,” and the alliance is bolstering itself against Russia.
As bad as tensions over NATO are, things could get even uglier over France’s new digital services tax.
Right-wing media has seized on the testimony of a Canadian businessman with a tangled history.
“Why would you want to put the fox in charge of the henhouse?” says one American expert.
Spencer’s ouster followed months of tensions with the White House over cost overruns and other issues.
Donors across the United States have provided more than a quarter of a million dollars so far.
A new trove of State Department emails sheds fresh light on events surrounding the impeachment inquiry.