John Kerry: Trump Has 'Insecurity of a Teenage Girl'
"He's got the maturity of an eight-year-old boy with the insecurity of a teenage girl. That's just who he is."
Kerry Wants To See Trump's "Girth Certificate"
At an exclusive Washington D.C. dinner, former Secretary of State John Kerry said he wanted to see Trump's "long-form girth certificate" following the president's physical and the social media-coined "girther movement"
Kerry: Israel Doesn't Want Peace With the Palestinians
In newly released recordings, the former Secretary of State continues to chastise Israel for its lack of leadership in ending the decades-long conflict.
Victor Davis Hanson: Trump Puts US On Top of the World
America is reasserting its role as a dominant, deterring force on the international stage.
Michael Rubin: Why Have Kurds Got Into Bed With Putin?
The U.S. is the stuck-up girl before the prom who rejects all offers only to find herself without a date on the big night.
Putin and Xi Combine to Outsmart Trump
Can the U.S. mend ties with Russia and simultaneously sideline China?
Is Trump Gutting the State Department?
Tillerson has made no substantive public remarks in his first three weeks.
Danielle Pletka: Trump's Tizzy Fit with Oz
Foreign policy is transactional, but in a much different way than business.
Russian Ministry of Defense Launches Arabic Website
The ministry's pages are intended to inform Arab speakers on the "humanitarian situation" in Syria.
Russia Accuses U.S. of Attempt to Recruit Diplomat
According to a ministry spokeswoman, the diplomat was purchasing cancer drugs at the time.
Tel Aviv Diary: Why Netanyahu Is Lashing Out at Obama
Netanyahu is to be interrogated over corruption and bribery allegations.
The Fall of Aleppo Doesn't Mean Assad Wins
The idea that a government victory in Aleppo will defeat the rebels is premature.
Danielle Pletka: Keep the State Department in Check
The secretary of state requires special skills, the author writes.
Obama Team in Despair Over Flynn Pick
Everything Michael Flynn predicted came true. The White House didn't want to hear it.
Michael Rubin: Erdogan Ponders a Prison Massacre
Erdogan fears that at trial the prisoners will raise questions he does not want addressed.
Putin Is Encouraged, Assad Is Safe With a Weak America
The direct link between a surge in Syrian refugees and the U.K.'s Brexit vote is clear.
Three Tests in the Middle East for the New President
Three figures to whom U.S. policy has been geared for years likely will not survive the new administration.
Will the U.S. and Russia Trade Blows Over Syria?
The U.S. has already threatened to carry out airstrikes on Syrian airbases.
Putin's All-Out Propaganda War Against the West
Sowing confusion in the West is a key element in Russia's information warfare.
Putin and Obama at Daggers Drawn Over Aleppo
Failure to maintain a cease-fire in Syria trips a total breakdown in U.S.-Russian relations.
Obama's Indifference to Aleppo Slaughter Cannot Stand
Obama can draw comfort from a bottomless reservoir of public indifference toward the rape of Aleppo.
Russia Accuses U.S. of 'De Facto Support for Terror'
Moscow responded angrily to Washington warnings about attacks against Russia.
Putin's Relations With the West Reach Rock-Bottom
"It's not a new Cold War. It's a struggle between democracy and autocracy."
Inside the Syrian Government's New Offensive in Aleppo
Warplanes have mounted the heaviest air strikes in months against rebel-held districts in the city.
Russians Less Keen to Improve Ties With the West
Nearly a quarter of Russians see no need to strive for better relations with U.S. and the West.
Neil Buchanan: Trump Fakes Outrage Like Good Republican
The outrage Trump has displayed over Clinton's "deplorables" comment is old hat for old school Republicans.
The U.S.–Russia Syria Deal. Don't Hold Your Breath
With the siege of Aleppo reinstated, Putin may have made Assad immune to a negotiated removal.
Russia, U.S. Hail Breakthrough on Syria
The deal includes a nationwide ceasefire effective from sundown on Monday, improved aid access and joint targeting of banned militant Islamist groups.
Can a Bloodied 5-Year-Old Boy Shame Obama Into Action?
As Kerry pleads with Russia to bring his military actions in Syria into line with their stated intentions, Putin senses craven weakness.
Abbas Turned Down U.S. Request To Meet Netanyahu
The U.S. request to restart peace talks came in a meeting between Abbas and John Kerry.