The tiny archipelago nation of Palau agreed to host a massive U.S. radar system at a time when North Korea is threatening U.S. allies in the region.
North Korea says it cannot stand idly by as the "gangster-like U.S. imperialists" conduct war games with South Korea.
"I have a Twitter account and I think it is a suitable tool for public diplomacy, connecting to people around the globe and voicing our ideas."
The U.S. coalition tasked with fighting ISIS in Iraq and Syria told Newsweek the world has not seen an urban assault like Mosul since World War II.
A day after the Navy's fourth collision in the Asia-Pacific, the head of U.S. forces in the region warned adversaries not to perceive the military as weak.
A U.K.-based monitor says U.S.-led efforts against ISIS have resulted in more civilian casualties during the seven months of the Trump administration than during 29 months under Obama.
President Donald Trump said he would shift U.S. strategy in Afghanistan to one based on results, not timetables.
"Just because you don't like the decisions he makes, doesn't make him irrational."
The West is increasingly at risk for attacks from ISIS and those inspired by it as countries cope with returning militants and alienated locals.
One of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's closest advisers said many challenges still lie ahead, including reconstruction and the presence of foreign powers.
Despite repeatedly assuring his rivals that Russia's upcoming military exercises were just that, President Vladimir Putin faces regional doubts.
The 59th Damascus International Fair opens despite ongoing violence in the outskirts of the Syrian capital. It’s the first such event in five years.
Most countries are more confident in Russian President Vladimir Putin's leadership than President Donald Trump's, including key U.S. allies.
Saudi Arabia and allies Bahrain, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates have accused Qatar of funding terrorist groups abroad.
Russia and the Taliban Islamist militant group are both separately demanding that the U.S. leave Afghanistan after nearly 16 years of war.
Two radio stations suddenly broadcast a "civil danger warning" to residents of Guam, amid missile threats from North Korea and local power outages.
After reportedly doubling their control of the country, Syrian troops conducted a nighttime raid behind enemy lines with the help of Russia.
The Gulf state made the announcement after issuing conflicting reports on whether it would stop giving visas to North Korean workers.
One family is suing the U.S. government over its refusal to hand over files on a missing Korean War veteran who may have been taken to Russia.
Despite the U.S. and North Korea pounding the drums of war, experts say President Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un are likely posturing.
President Donald Trump vowed to answer North Korea's threats with "fire and fury," fueling speculation that the U.S. wants to overthrow Kim Jong Un.
A 25-year public health survey shows how conflicts in the Middle East and beyond have led to a surge in violence, self-harm and mental illness.
Despite the U.S.'s deadly atomic bomb attacks on Japan during World War II, the two countries mostly see eye to eye on North Korea.
Set to open next month in Somalia, this is the second Turkish overseas military installation, after a base in Qatar.
The Chinese navy closes off 15,000 square miles in the East China Sea to perform live-fire drills as the U.S.-North Korea rivalry escalates.
The head of Russia's Radiation, Chemical and Biological Protection Troops says the new robots will be better equipped than people to operate in deadly environments.
Moscow denies harassing its neighbors and has accused the U.S. of undermining Russia's own national security.