America’s Afghan "partners" are morally flawed and lack the legitimacy necessary for "victory."
The vice president, on a trip to Asia, says "we'll see what happens" vis-a-vis meeting with North Korean officials at the upcoming Olympics in South Korea.
The offensive has heightened tensions in the already complicated Syrian conflict, threatening to further strain ties between NATO allies Turkey and the U.S.
The vice president is the highest-level official to visit the U.S. ally in nearly a decade. His Mideast trip is not expected to include meeting with Palestinians.
I support nonviolent boycott, divestment and sanctions against Israel in order to support Palestinian rights. The move to ban me and others will backfire.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Turkish President Tayipp Erdogan accused one another of grave human rights offenses recently. Who has the better case?
Latino grass-roots organizers in Los Angeles are resisting the Trump administration's assaults in ways that would make their forebears proud.
A rights group claims hundreds of migrant workers die in the Middle Eastern country every year from the duress of extreme heat, humidity and poor working conditions.