Shame on a country that continues to take our troops to wars long declared done, absolving the collective conscience with two words: “They volunteered.”
The upcoming Trump-Kim summit, if it happens, will represent an extraordinarily important step forward, whether it actually produces an agreement of substance or not.
The Wholesale Attack on Brazilian Sovereignty: An Interview With Former Foreign Minister Celso Amorim
One of the world's most respected South American diplomats talks about U.S. involvement in his country's democratic crisis.
Iraqis are clearly afraid that the North Atlantic intervention will embolden Islamic State to restart its operations.
Donald Trump’s continual Cabinet reshuffling—otherwise the stuff of reality-TV drama—has become genuinely frightening.
The new National Defense Strategy all but declares a new Cold War on Russia and China, but neither country has the power or malign intentions ascribed to it.
The CIA operation, which involved providing Iran with a flawed design for a nuclear weapon, is the perfect example of creating intelligence in order to justify operations.
U.S. intelligence agencies are gunning for President Trump's son-in-law and have leaked charges that officials in several nations have strategized how to use him as a pawn.
The U.S. ambassador is serving notice after a United Nations General Assembly vote on a nonbinding resolution criticizing President Trump's decision on Israel's capital.