During a lengthy interview with the editorial board of the Washington Post on March 21, presidential candidate Donald Trump revealed the names of a team chaired by Senator Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) that is advising him on foreign affairs, as well as some beliefs about foreign policy. 

A group of dissidents in Havana were arrested just hours before President Obama and his family arrived for an historic visit to communist Cuba.

Ted Cruz’s campaign announced his new national security team to advise him on foreign policy issues — a team that will include Assistant Secretary of State Elliott Abrams.

On March 16, North Korea's Supreme Court sentenced Otto Warmbier, a student at the University of Virginia, to 15 years of hard labor on March 16 for committing a “hostile act” against the state.

A statement issued by the White House noted that “significant regulatory changes” have been announced by the Departments of the Treasury and Commerce to “make it easier for Americans to travel to Cuba, expand access to U.S. financial institutions and the U.S. dollar from Cuba, and expand the ability for Cubans living in the U.S. to earn a salary.”