A pro-ISIS hacking collective known as the United Cyber Caliphate (UCC), which has a history of posting online “kill lists,” posted a hit list on July 25 with the names of 700 U.S. Army soldiers.
On July 15, Congress finally released the 28 classified pages of the famous 9/11 Commission Report, a move that has long been called for by former Democratic Florida Governor and U.S. Senator Bob Graham.
A nongovernmental organization used a $350,000 State Department grant to build up its infrastructure and then employed that infrastructure in an effort to oust Israeli Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu.
The leaders of the United States, Canada, and Mexico — all of whom opposed Brexit — will be discussing how to strengthen NAFTA to discourage America from following Britain's lead.
Weapons that the CIA and Saudi Arabia shipped into Jordan for the so-called moderate Syrian rebels fighting against the regime of Syrian strongman Bashar al-Assad were stolen by Jordanian intelligence operatives and sold to arms merchants on the black market, said U.S. and Jordanian officials.
The Council on Foreign Relations has called for the U.S. Defense Department to fund foreign militaries and international organizations.
The U.S. military presence on the Japanese island of Okinawa, which has existed since the U.S. occupation of the Ryukyu Islands at the end of World War II, has spawned on-and-off protests from local residents since 1995.
A team of libertarian and constitutionalist foreign policy experts have joined a team led by political activist Edward King in forming the Defense Priorities Foundation — a non-interventionist foreign policy think tank.
On May 27, President Obama became the first sitting American president to visit Hiroshima, Japan, the first place where nuclear weapons were used in warfare against a civilian population, when the United States dropped an atomic bomb on the city on August 6, 1945.
On Monday, President Obama announced that the United States will be lifting its decades-long ban on sales of military equipment to Vietnam, provoking criticisms that the president lost the necessary leverage to compel Vietnam to improve its human rights record. And while some experts contend that the lift is part of an effort to counter China’s growing strength in the region, President Obama claims it is simply intended to standardize relations between the United States and Vietnam.