Despite portraying Trump as a threat to world peace, the political press nonetheless treats future military conflict as an inevitability.
Iranian officials are skeptical, saying American needs to rejoin the nuclear deal first.
The five foreign ministers—minus U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo—of the countries that signed the 2015 deal on curbing Iran's civilian nuclear enrichment program are set to meet in Vienna.
India’s external affairs minister delivers a sharp rebuke to the U.S. over its plans for sanctions on trade with Iran, and for its threats against third parties including India.
National security adviser John Bolton reportedly has authorized distribution of a white paper produced by Jim Hanson, a self-proclaimed expert “practitioner of the art of war.”
The president's break from Barack Obama's Iran treaty is exactly what Benjamin Netanyahu wants.
You’d think that the Israeli government couldn’t play Uncle Sam a sucker to fight yet another war, but three warmongers are driving U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East.