Vietnam's relations with the U.S. have quickly expanded in the wake of the escalating South China Sea dispute, putting the Philippines in an unexpectedly isolated position.
The Egyptian Foreign Ministry downplays the incident as a coincidence as the two walked past a screen showing the game.
U.S. boots two Russians after attack on an American diplomat in Moscow, and Russia responds in kind.
Washington must not determine itself against Israel as Europe has always done, writes Michael Oren.
Of the 294 CIA drone strikes in Pakistan, Clinton's State Department objected to fewer than 1 percent of them.
The group condemns the EU's funding of Palestinian structures in the West Bank.
The political fallout from the refugee crisis is growing.
The plan, code-named Nitro Zeus, was aimed at damaging Iran's air defenses, communications and power grid.
Patching up relations could help smooth the way for a new 10-year U.S. military aid package.
The U.S. is shunning military intervention in the belief that threat-free diplomacy works better than force.
The deal will not produce an Iranian epiphany about the horrific consequences of helping Bashar Al Assad.
The harsh verdict of the president's critics goes too far. Most of today's problems were not Obama's creations.
A study into the Twitter habits of world leaders also found that Obama has the biggest following.
The planned executions have ratcheted up diplomatic tensions amid repeated pleas of mercy for the pair from Australia.
"Israel is the last frontier of the free world," reads the tweet, which has since been removed following complaints