Deployment will include missile defense capabilities and a “moderate” increase in troops.
Trump’s reluctance to retaliate against Iran may reflect his belief that an “energy independent” United States no longer needs to protect the region.
Despite this week’s meeting of Putin, Erdogan, and Rouhani, there is no good news in the last redoubt of the Syrian revolt.
Numerous banks and multinationals have hands in shady deals with the new nation’s elites and warlords.
Democrats say that the U.S. secretary of state is bypassing the Senate’s traditional oversight measures with the appointment.
U.S. diplomats team up with a “rogues’ gallery” of conservative states to roll back global reproductive health gains of the past quarter-century.
The choice of Robert O’Brien to replace John Bolton reinforces Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s power in the Trump administration.
Siblings of former U.S. Marine detained in Moscow work around the clock to procure his release.
Pentagon is cautious as Riyadh requests additional U.S. forces.
A Belgian fighter captured in Syria was transported to Iraq to face trial. He's now on death row.
The departure of Trump’s hawkish national security advisor raised hopes in Washington, but a sudden thaw with Tehran is unlikely.
Some contend that the department’s delay in approving his memoir was due to longstanding protocol, not ill will.