With decades of experience in the KGB and at the helm of the Russian ship of state, Putin should prove more than a match for the U.S. president.
South Korea is working to ensure that peace negotiations with its neighbor continue.
The secretary of state’s entreaties will likely be ignored.
The French ambassador denounced the critics as "trolls."
Trump believes that getting tough with North Korea will get him a better deal, but Beijing might not play along.
The liberal media is determined to cast Trump foreign policy success in a negative light, U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman said.
Kim Jong Un is threatening to pull out of the talks with Washington, and world leaders are worried about Trump's reaction.
Marines trained specifically to protect embassies were sent to U.S. diplomatic facilities in countries like Jordan, Lebanon and Egypt.
Turkey uses anonymous witnesses for high-profile political cases when the government doesn't have enough evidence for a guilty verdict, experts told Newsweek.
President Donald Trump was famously at loggerheads with his former Secretary of State.
A number of controversial organizations already have offices in Washington. Can fighters in Syria get one too?
Turkey’s hunt for a Kurdish leader has sparked a diplomatic crisis with a European ally.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in called on the U.S. to lower the threshold for dialogue.
European allies are frustrated with Trump.
CIA Director Mike Pompeo would not address “the capacity or the wisdom of a preemptive strike.”
The D.C. police chief said, “There could be a diplomatic immunity issue, but that won’t prevent us from doing what we need to do.”
Moon Jae-in has set out his plan to ease tensions on the Korean peninsula.
Former diplomats and foreign policy experts tell Newsweek that Rex Tillerson's big changes are eroding America's power on the global stage.