Is Putin Reviving Cold War?
Victoria Nuland’s profanity isn’t shocking, it’s revealing.
A peace deal is not “mission impossible,” he says, but some think even Hollywood heroics can’t save the process
Netanyahu warns that Tehran is playing Obama for a fool
But neither diplomat has made women’s rights a defining U.S. foreign policy issue
The Senate Intelligence Committee chairwoman calls for “a total review of all intelligence programs”
New eavesdropping revelations come amid heightened tensions between the US and key allies over alleged surveillance
White House denies U.S. is monitoring German Chancellor’s communications
The daughter of JFK was approved unanimously
The vaunted “pivot to Asia” suffers as Obama cancels his third trip to the region
NEW YORK— One of the great unresolved questions of Barack Obama’s presidency is whether he can peacefully resolve America’s conflict with Iran over its nuclear weapons program. An encounter between Obama and Iran’s new …
Russia “disappointed” with the decision
Secretary of State John Kerry makes a statement about the situation in Syria