Secretary of State Mike Pompeo accused Russia of "flagrantly" violating the multilateral deal, with which the U.S. is now set to end compliance in six months.
Beijing will slow its military investment as the country grapples with the economic turmoil wrought by the coronavirus pandemic.
The State Department on Thursday condemned proposed national security legislation that pro-democracy activists in Hong Kong say would smother their remaining political freedoms.
Former President Petro Poroshenko rejected the recordings as "fabrication" and a Kremlin attempt to undermine bipartisan U.S. support for Ukraine.
Taiwan is set to receive $180 million worth of advanced torpedoes in a new arms deal, prompting angry protests from Beijing.
More than 100 trials are underway to find a vaccine, but much like the crisis to date, the race for a way out of the pandemic is likely to be heavily politicized.
President Donald Trump excoriated the WHO and its director-general in a letter about the agency's response to COVID-19 and handling of China. Here, Newsweek adds more context to the letter.
Valentina Matviyenko praised both the World Health Organization and China for their work in trying to slow the worldwide spread of the virus.
Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian told reporters that President Donald Trump had miscalculated the situation by trying to shift blame for the pandemic to Beijing.
Ambassador Lily Hsu told Newsweek that China does not want to work with the world to establish how the COVID-19 coronavirus spread worldwide.
The president told the World Health Assembly that China has "acted with openness, transparency and responsibility" during the pandemic.
Tensions between Washington, D.C. and Tehran have remained high even as both nations struggle to contain the coronavirus pandemic.
Beijing has repeatedly pushed back against a proposed investigation into the origins of the coronavirus pandemic, which first appeared in the Chinese city of Wuhan in December.
Multiple European nations have rejected Chinese medical supplies for being faulty or otherwise inadequate since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.
The president said Thursday that he is considering a range of options to punish China for the coronavirus pandemic, which his administration has blamed on Beijing.
Nitin Gadkari, India's minister of road transport and highways, provided no evidence to support the theory, which has been largely rejected by experts worldwide.
China has condemned legislation proposed and lawsuits filed against Beijing seeking damages for the deaths and economic distress caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
James Jeffrey said that the U.S. must stay the course in Syria and that it was not the same kind of large-scale, costly deployment as Afghanistan or Vietnam.
The U.S. has called for Taiwan to be invited to the coming World Health Assembly as an observer, a move that goes against Beijing's "One China" policy.
Kushner had previously insinuated to Time that November's vote may be rescheduled if the pandemic has not been brought under control.
Few world leaders have been as dismissive of the coronavirus pandemic as Bolsonaro, but this has not stopped it from taking hold in Latin America's powerhouse.
Two state-backed newspapers claimed—with no evidence—that the pandemic may be linked to biological weapons projects at Fort Detrick, where research was put on hold last year.
German opposition lawmakers have called on the chancellor to prioritize human rights and transparency when President Xi Jinping comes to Europe in September.
The accidental missile strike killed at least 19 sailors and injured another 15, according to state media reports.
The new U.S. rules introduced last week are the latest development in a Chinese-American spat over press freedoms.
The censored passage referred to the "outbreak of the coronavirus in China, and its subsequent spread to the rest of the world over the past three months."
Zhang Ming argued that EU-China diplomatic and economic ties are even more important given the turmoil wrought by the coronavirus pandemic.
The Kremlin is grappling with the coronavirus pandemic—which Putin claimed was under control in March—and the economic dislocation of national lockdown.