Kevin Moley, the top U.S. diplomat overseeing international organizations affairs, will retire next month.
First John Sullivan must get through Congress, which wants to question him about Ukraine. Then he must deal with a hostile Moscow.
Erdogan told Trump he would not attack the symbolically important Kurdish-held town in northern Syria.
The Syrian Democratic Forces have recaptured some territory from Turkish-backed forces.
Ankara’s radical proxies are also apparently executing Kurdish prisoners and killing unarmed civilians, videos show.
Despite his vow to “destroy” Turkey’s economy, the U.S. president could help its leader escape the wrath of Congress.
Pushing a controversial peace agreement, the new president faces blowback in Kyiv that he may not be able to overcome.
Democrats on the Foreign Relations Committee urge Republican leadership to investigate the Ukraine affair that triggered the House impeachment inquiry.
U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper defended the decision to withdraw troops from the Turkey-Syria border even while sending additional forces to Saudi Arabia.
As the investigation grows, so, too, does the foreign service officers’ legal defense fund.
Mini-deal between the United States and China brings relief to farmers but offers no long-term solutions.
Lawmakers expect to get a veto-proof majority backing sanctions against Turkey.
U.S. military officers who fought in Syria say they are devastated and ashamed by Trump’s decision to abandon Kurdish-led forces.