Nearly a year since the Trump administration rolled out its South Asia strategy, carnage in Afghanistan continues even as negotiations for peace inch ahead.
The central bank took steps to halt the slide of the currency—but stayed mum about raising interest rates.
U.S. tariffs on Turkish steel and aluminum caused the lira to slide. But ties between Washington and Ankara have been strained for a while.
“I think people are feeling severely depressed by the situation.”
Most capital crimes in Saudi Arabia are punished through beheadings—but this week officials beheaded and then displayed the body of a convicted criminal.
In a tweet, the president suggested countries have to choose: Iran or America.
But the new restrictions that go into place Monday will almost certainly make it worse.
Nearly 100 Iranian Christians due to be resettled in the U.S. are in legal limbo in Austria as their cases are reviewed.
The reported U.S. offer of direct talks with the Taliban is adding to rare optimism in Afghanistan.
The 1940 Welles Declaration refused to recognize Soviet annexation of the Baltic states.
As the civil war morphs, Putin is trying to position himself as the indispensable power. But a dangerous confrontation between Israel and Iran is escalating.
The president threatened the Islamic Republic with “consequences,” but the prospects of an actual military conflict are slim.
Three Atlantic staffers discuss tricky questions of national—and international—allegiance in sports, after the victory for Les Bleus, which some called “the last African team.”
The White House and U.S. State Department had very different answers to Russia’s request to interview 11 Americans.
Fresh off of meeting with Vladimir Putin, the U.S. president again questions NATO commitments.
A “400 pound” person, someone living in New Jersey, and now “a lot of people out there”
The former president finally did what his supporters have waited for him to do since Donald Trump became president. He spoke up.
In his own news conference with Vladimir Putin, Emmanuel Macron displayed strength and diplomatic agility. President Trump? Not so much.
The president of the United States took Vladimir Putin’s word over findings by several American agencies that Russia interfered with the 2016 election.
‘We’re the schmucks paying for the whole thing.”