He has intervened to try to stop chemical attacks. But those fleeing the war zone are mostly not welcomed in the U.S.
The White House’s walk-back on punitive measures expected Monday shows an administration at odds with itself—as well as the complexity of responding to alleged chemical strikes in Syria.
President Trump ordered the military action days after an alleged chemical-weapons attack by the Assad regime in Douma.
President Donald Trump is ordering U.S. strikes against government targets in Syria after a suspected chemical attack.
From airstrikes to diplomacy and propaganda
Israel is said to be behind the attack on the T4 airbase where Iran is active.
President Trump blasted Vladimir Putin and “animal” Assad for the assault on Douma.
They include oligarchs and Russian officials.
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The White House says troops will stay to defeat ISIS. Beyond that is anybody’s guess.
Avoiding another Cold War may require Moscow to change course.
At least 15 people have been killed at the outset of a massive protest expected to last another month and a half.
In a tit-for-tat move, Moscow expelled 60 U.S. diplomats and ordered the consulate in St. Petersburg closed.
An offer of talks by the Ghani government was met with silence from the Taliban. That, in itself, could be a good sign.
His 2007 memoir lays out the incoming national-security adviser’s worldview.
The incoming national-security adviser has advocated for war with North Korea.
“It is a national humiliation.”
Fifteen years after the Iraq war, they're redrawing the map of the region—much to the displeasure of surrounding powers.
Saudi Arabia wants to buy U.S. nuclear reactors—and, in contrast to Iran, it's charming the president.
Conflict and politics got in the way.