On February 14, 1950, the People's Republic of China and the Soviet Union signed the Sino-Soviet Treaty of Friendship, Alliance and Mutual Assistance.
The "Baywatch" actor had a huge hit in Germany when the wall fell, but rumors he thinks he reunited Berlin get him angry.
Beijing was not happy after Trump named China as a major threat to America's interests.
Gavin Williamson warned that Russian ships pose a threat to millions of Britons.
Cyberattack and artificial intelligence are already being integrated into the arsenals of the world's leading militaries.
North Korea claimed millions visited the captured USS Pueblo, which lies on the Pothong River at the Victorious Fatherland Liberation War Museum in Pyongyang.
After the world's deadliest conflict, a future secretary of state decided to split North and South Korea based on a map he found in a magazine.
Beijing's man in Moscow said the key to Russia and China's relationship was their mutual abandonment of Cold War logic.
Thirty years after Gorbachev and Reagan signed a landmark deal to stop an arms race in Europe, the pact was on the fritz.
The Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs promised to hand over evidence of the alleged attempts to U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.
Russia's deputy defense minister took several jabs at the U.S., warning that it is becoming unclear what needs to happen to improve relations.
Iran is looking to project its military power and establish ties abroad at a time when the U.S., Israel and Saudi Arabia have tried to isolate it.
The president said Russia had been heavily sanctioned and it would be beneficial to work together.
Germany's top diplomat said the two superpower leaders's tactics have set the world back.
The daily reports that enthusiastically followed Trump's every step are long gone.
This couple, both 99, have been married for 80 years.
The president's unpredictability is worrying America's friends abroad, but there are signs that his hardline, "America First" isolationism is softening.
Russia's foreign minister said Moscow currently regarded Washington with "anticipation."
Franklin D. Roosevelt wanted art to help build appreciation for Arab culture and counter pro-Israel influence on U.S. foreign policy.