“What could they possibly do in this situation that could be constructive in any way?”
“What is the point of the Secretary’s trip if not to find facts?”
Trump Is Giving Saudi Arabia The Benefit Of The Doubt In The Khashoggi Case, But Other Republicans Aren't
Trump tweeted that Mohammed bin Salman had assured him he had nothing to do with the likely murder of Khashoggi. But Republican senators showed little interest in granting Mohammed the benefit of the doubt.
From meetings with Hungarians to considering a Balkan border change, Wess Mitchell is credited with shifting policy to counter Moscow. Is it working?
Washington Think Tanks Still Divided On Whether To Return Saudi Donations Over Journalist's Disappearance
The Middle East Institute, a prominent Washington think tank, said it would no longer seek donations from Saudi Arabia, but the Center for Strategic and International Studies said it was undecided.
Brunson was sentenced to time served and freed by a court on Friday.
With her resignation Tuesday, Nikki Haley draws her two-year stint as US ambassador to the UN to a close.
The UN ambassador and former South Carolina governor has diverged from the president on some foreign policy issues.
In the new trade deal, the Canadian government granted US farmers access to just under 3.6% of its dairy market.
John Bolton, Trump’s national security adviser, has signaled he might support a plan to swap land between Kosovo and Serbia. Kosovo's prime minister says that’s a bad idea.
Trump, however, insisted later in the day that they weren't laughing at him, saying, "People had a good time with me. We were doing it together, we had a good time."
Trump talked a big game. But so did his European counterparts.
The organization wants documents showing the legal analysis behind John Bolton’s threat to sanction International Criminal Court judges who investigate US actions.
Even countries Trump has accused of waging “almost a form of warfare” against the United States for their role in the opioid crisis signed.
“The majority of council members will just be praying they can get this over with with the minimum amount of damage.”
The US Has Imposed Sanctions On A Chinese Military Agency And Its Head For Buying Weapons From Moscow
The sanctions were the first application of the Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act, which became law more than a year ago.
A Wall Street Journal column criticizing "career staff" for getting in the way of aid to Christians in Iraq was published on a Thursday. Maria Longi lost her job on Friday.
Ambassador Ron Dermer had been told that Israeli government spokesperson David Keyes was a threat to women. He just didn’t tell his boss.
Cuban And US Officials Met To Discuss Diplomats' Ailments For The First Time Since They Were Reported
Nothing new was announced about the mysterious symptoms that the US first attributed to "sonic attacks." It's since conceded that the origin remains unidentified.
Six years after the US imposed sanctions over the death of Sergei Magnitsky and four years after sanctions were imposed over the seizure of Crimea, Russia’s behavior is unchanged.