"He's got the maturity of an eight-year-old boy with the insecurity of a teenage girl. That's just who he is."
In newly released recordings, the former Secretary of State continues to chastise Israel for its lack of leadership in ending the decades-long conflict.
America is reasserting its role as a dominant, deterring force on the international stage.
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.
The ministry's pages are intended to inform Arab speakers on the "humanitarian situation" in Syria.
According to a ministry spokeswoman, the diplomat was purchasing cancer drugs at the time.
Netanyahu is to be interrogated over corruption and bribery allegations.
The secretary of state requires special skills, the author writes.
The direct link between a surge in Syrian refugees and the U.K.'s Brexit vote is clear.
Three figures to whom U.S. policy has been geared for years likely will not survive the new administration.
Obama can draw comfort from a bottomless reservoir of public indifference toward the rape of Aleppo.
Moscow responded angrily to Washington warnings about attacks against Russia.
Warplanes have mounted the heaviest air strikes in months against rebel-held districts in the city.
The outrage Trump has displayed over Clinton's "deplorables" comment is old hat for old school Republicans.
With the siege of Aleppo reinstated, Putin may have made Assad immune to a negotiated removal.
As Kerry pleads with Russia to bring his military actions in Syria into line with their stated intentions, Putin senses craven weakness.