President Moon Jae-in of South Korea and President Donald Trump meet for the first time to discuss North Korea, trade and more. Scott Snyder of the Council on Foreign Relations breaks down the main issues of the summit.
“ISIS is adapting to a new reality as the physical “caliphate” collapses; raising virtual caliphate from the flames.” European Union counterterrorism coordinator Gilles de Kerchove said.
“ISIS is adapting to a new reality as the physical “caliphate” collapses; raising virtual caliphate from the flames.” European Union counterterrorism coordinator Gilles de Kerchove said.read more
The U.S. should act against a contentious Russia’s gas pipeline project, supporting the European Union’s energy security, the New Hampshire senator Jeanne Shaheen said Wednesday.
The U.S. should act against a contentious Russia’s gas pipeline project, supporting the European Union’s energy security, the New Hampshire senator Jeanne Shaheen said Wednesday.read more
U.S. space spending is expected to increase in the coming year, and some of the money will go toward better protection for military satellites, newly confirmed Air Force Secretary Heather A. Wilson told a Senate committee.read more
Experts say that sanctions against Chinese banks doing business with North Korea could be a powerful tool to constrain the rouge state’s nuclear ambitions, but the tool should be used with care.read more
Protests broke out in front of the White House Wednesday afternoon in response to President Donald Trump’s firing of FBI Director James Comey.
North Korean defectors discuss the possibility of regime change in North Korea by informing the country’s formerly isolated citizens.
FBI Director James Comey was unapologetic Wednesday about his decision to go public with the reopening of an investigation of Hillary Clinton’s email 11 days before the election, and denied that political considerations affected his decision making in a senate hearing Wednesday.
As North Korea continues its threats and missile tests while the U.S. reroutes the USS Carl Vinson and other ships toward North Korea, the tit-for-tat makes direct talks between the two countries unlikely, especially because the two leaders are trapped in their commitments to shows of strength, experts say.
The Embassy of the Russian Federation holds an annual wreath-laying ceremony at Arlington Cemetery to commemorate the 72nd anniversary of Elbe Day.
Protesters demonstrated against the THAAD missile battery deployment.
Drill teams from all the military services show their precision skills.
by Jingnan Huo WASHINGTON -- The Mar-a-Largo summit between Chinese leader Xi Jinping and U.S. President Donald Trump is sending ambiguous signals about North Korea at best, but what is clear is that Trump has changed the equation for China and put South Korea in a...
At a House subcommittee meeting Wednesday, the deep partisan divisions over the Obama administration’s Iran nuclear deal were on display once again as Republican-selected witnesses criticized the deal as allowing Iran to continue its nuclear capabilities and destabilizing the region.