Trump’s national-security adviser unveiled a new strategy designed to counter Beijing’s growing influence on the continent.
Members of the House of Representatives are raising concerns over the White House’s reinterpretation of a decade-old deal with Vietnam.
The White House again wants to expel certain groups of protected immigrants, a reversal after backing away from the policy months ago.
Why is a relatively straightforward multilateral agreement that has no legal standing causing such controversy?
At least one senator calls for Prince Khalid’s expulsion over Jamal Khashoggi’s murder.
Republican senators positioned themselves against the White House after the CIA director testified about Jamal Khashoggi’s death.
The joint communiqué addressed U.S. concerns about trade, but that there was an agreement at all was significant.
The former president died at the age of 94. “I want somebody else to define the legacy,” he once told his granddaughter.
With the killing of Jamal Khashoggi hanging over the start of the G20, how leaders interacted with the Saudi crown prince revealed their relative positions of power.
In response to its recent moves against Ukraine, he canceled his meeting with Vladimir Putin. But the decision probably has more to do with his own troubles at home.
Mohammed bin Salman’s presence at the meeting signals a desire to put the Khashoggi affair behind him. Global leaders will probably let him.
The American ambassador to the UN, who is stepping down this year, is perhaps the Trump administration’s most forceful, but often solitary, critic of Moscow.
The president says the United States immigration system is broken. How could it be fixed?
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan might not be able to permanently sideline the Saudi crown prince, but he could extract other concessions that bolster his own position.
The president seemed to have more trouble than ever communicating with foreign reporters.
U.S. sanctions against the Islamic Republic’s oil industry have gone into effect. Tehran is already turning to some old tricks.
What is strange about Riyadh’s version of events is how poorly it concealed what happened to the journalist.
Although the Turkish president’s remarks contradicted the Saudi version of what happened to Jamal Khashoggi, he provided few new details.
Trump is now asking Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador to do just that.
Mohammed bin Salman was hailed as a reformer in Washington. Does anyone still think that after the brutal killing of Jamal Khashoggi?