The American president has not proved quite the ally Moscow may have expected.
Rex Tillerson, the U.S. secretary of state, was in Saudi Arabia on Wednesday to find a possible pathway to a settlement.
And a British lawmaker, like others before her, says it publicly.
Its troops are on their way to Djibouti, where the U.S. and France also have bases.
Technically, there’s no such position. But the man who holds the office’s nearest equivalent in Russia is a Putin loyalist of long standing.
Northern Ireland’s July 12 celebration, known for provoking violence, helps explain the small party that has catapulted to national prominence.
Even if the foreign power involved were the Brits and not the Russians, meeting with another government to get opposition dirt for a U.S. presidential election is wrong.
The U.S. secretary of state is trying to negotiate an end to the Saudi-led blockade of the country.
Trump's rejection of internationalism shouldn't distract from that reality.
If “Western” is synonymous with “democratic” or “free,” then you don’t need the term at all.
Spectacular wildlife photography: the winners and runners-up from the 2017 Audubon Photography Awards competition.
The BBC is reporting that the trip, which was scheduled for this fall, has been postponed to 2018 amid opposition.
This time his death was reported by the Syrian Observatory of Human Rights, which is typically seen as reliable.
Moscow is angry about the Trump administration’s refusal to return two diplomatic compounds seized last year by the Obama administration.
The dilemma is that it needs money—and will inevitably lose some to corruption.
A proposed counterterrorism law has some human-rights groups concerned.
To define the term as Miller and Bannon do is to let them set the terms of the debate—and to lose it.
The president’s aides have repeatedly omitted details of their dealings with Moscow. Why?
The Russian pop star identified as having arranged a meeting between Donald Trump Jr. and a Russian lawyer is the son of an oligarch with ties to Vladimir Putin.
The announcement marks the end of nine months of fighting for the largest city under ISIS control.
A lawsuit by the Campaign Against the Arms Trade had accused the British government of violating humanitarian laws.