A deep dive into the Summit of the Americas 2022 event, including which countries are attending, which aren't, and why some countries aren't attending.
Russian media assessed the results of the virtual talk between the U.S. and Russian leaders on Tuesday.
The leaders met in person in June in Geneva and their virtual talks reiterated the difference in U.S.-Russia diplomacy between Putin and Donald Trump.
White House officials hold low expectations for the meeting between the two leaders on Monday evening, and expect no major announcements to come from it.
The American president made it clear that he would side with the U.S. over Russia and every other nation, unlike the unexpected comments that came from Trump after his own summit with Putin in 2018.
Foreign policy chief of the EU, Josep Borrell said relations with Russia are at the "lowest level" and are likely to get worse. Russia still plays a big role in trade with the EU and further debates will be held on how to deal with it.
With the current relationship between the superpowers at its lowest, this meeting will be a crucial step in moving forward.
"The president is going to make clear to President Putin is that we seek a more stable, predictable relationship," the secretary of state said.
Members of Parliament unanimously passed a motion from the New Democratic Party in the House of Commons on Friday, less than a week after a driver mounted a sidewalk and plowed into a family on a walk in London, Ontario.
After months of mutual mistrust and barbs, the Russian and American presidents will meet on June 16 in Geneva.
Ukraine, the Baltic states and the Czech Republic were among the countries blacklisted by Moscow, Russian media reports.
Young conservatives, mostly maskless, gathered at an indoor gala to mingle with White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany, Fox News host Laura Ingraham, Senator Rand Paul and Trump ally Roger Stone among others at the Turning Point USA Gala on Friday night.
Days after the United States lost a bid to extend a United Nations arms embargo on Iran, China and Russia agreed to a summit aimed at avoiding potential conflict between the U.S. and Tehran.
Vice Foreign Minister Choe Son Hui said on Saturday North Korea's policy wouldn't change and U.S. negotiations will not continue.
Beset by internal divisions, NATO has been casting around for ways to reinvent the 70-year-old alliance—could the rising threat of China be the push the transatlantic bloc needs?
The WHO will hold a summit in Switzerland to discuss the advancement of vaccine safety across the globe this Monday and Tuesday.
The U.S. will cut its contribution to the direct NATO budget, which covers maintenance of the NATO headquarters, joint security investments and some combined military operations.
Putin will welcome dozens of African leaders to the Black Sea resort of Sochi on Wednesday for the start of a two-day event.
Dan Smith of the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute suggested nuclear weapon development was continuing despite rapprochement with the U.S.
Trump has been lobbying for Russia to be allowed back into the G7 fold, despite opposition from fellow leaders.
The White House was forced to issue a series of clarifying statements following multiple incorrect or misleading claims made by the president during the G7 event.
Pictures showing First Lady Melania Trump whispering in the ear of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the G7 summit in France on Sunday prompted soap opera memes and social media mockery of the U.S. president's marriage.
"I am worrying about my lack of English proficiency," Kim reportedly told South Korean President Moon Jae-in.
Pyongyang had been hoping for a reduction of sanctions after the summit.
"Maybe these guys just went over there to eat," the comedian mused.
Explaining the failure to reach an agreement with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, President Donald Trump told reporters, "Sometimes you have to walk."