Speaking at Washington’s Mayflower Hotel on April 27, the GOP’s front-running presidential candidate Donald Trump delivered a major speech outlining his plans “to shake the rust off America’s foreign policy.”
Following President Obama’s announcement in Hanover, Germany, on April 25 that the United States would send an additional 250 special operations forces to Syria in the coming weeks, Pentagon Press Secretary Peter Cook denied that the increase was “mission creep.”
President Obama met with King Salman of Saudi Arabia in Riyadh, the kingdom’s capital, on April 20, as the president visited to attend a summit of Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) leaders.
During a CBS News 60 Minutes program aired on April 10 called “28 Pages,” correspondent Bob Kroft asked former Democrat Florida Governor and Senator Bob Graham about whether he thinks that 28 pages of the famous 9/11 Commission Report should be declassified.
Anonymous sources told the Wall Street Journal on Friday that the Treasury Department will allow Iran a workaround on sanctions.
Speaking at a UN “High-Level Meeting" in Geneva on March 30, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon called for "expanding legal pathways for refugees into a greater number of countries."
Defending the nation is no longer the primary goal of the Obama Defense Department. Now it's making sure the armed forces are politically correct.
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.