The U.S.—with Israeli encouragement—appears to be stepping away from the JCPOA, while Iran and the other signatories try to save it.
Trump delayed the introduction of steel and aluminum tariffs by one month.
The new ban adds stricter restrictions to the 2013 decision.
Money from the EU for new coal plants contradicts its plans to reduce air pollution.
Can the European Union stop the rise of authoritarianism in Hungary?
Siam Nuwara is waging a one-man battle against the Israeli military and its justice system in the West Bank.
"The irony is unreal."
As Trump moves forward with powerful foreign policy announcements, he does so without input from ambassadors in critical regions.
A pesticide manufacturer called the proposed ban "overly conservative" and "extremely impractical."
It is better, instead of covering up, that Polish legislators remind themselves what happened to us. Israel will not forget.
Russia is reinforcing its forces in Crimea by dispatching more S-400 surface to air missiles there.
Hungarian authorities refused an application from a Nigerian man after he failed a homosexuality test.
Arthur Wagner's departure has caused a minor media sensation.
Ukraine's future is no longer a binary struggle between a pro-Western and a pro-Russian future. Now, China's in the mix.
Chinese Army aircraft may approach Taiwan under the guise of commercial airliners.
Ukraine's security service has brought criminal charges against leading reform groups.
Labour should oppose Brexit and go after the Tories for their failures to tackle the country's real challenges.
Three important things to know about China's burgeoning military policy.
Does Trump have the necessary perseverance and thoroughness to challenge Xi?
U.S. military forces in Europe are busily repainting their desert tan equipment in forest green.
Hotter-than-average temperatures and asylum-seeking applications are directly linked.
A couple were instantly divorced in a Sharia court in Syria when a representative for the male repeated 'talaq' three times.
China may ultimately prefer Ukraine to be in Russia's orbit rather than the West's.
A new independent RAND report suggests the Brits will be far worse off, whatever deal is struck.