If Congress wants to be treated as an equal, it needs to do the job the Founders insisted on in the U.S. Constitution.
The former Russian president said he is pessimistic a Biden presidency would mean better ties between Washington and the Kremlin.
Now, as the Trump presidency comes to a close, the administration is taking a final major step to cement U.S.-Taiwan relations.
Normalization promises to bring peace and prosperity to a region destabilized by radicals for far too long, and should inspire us to treat each other with greater respect in America.
"What is politically possible" has changed in America, warned Sigmar Gabriel, Germany's former foreign minister.
Unless there is verifiable dismantlement of Iran's enrichment program, Tehran will always retain the ability to renege on its non-proliferation promises.
"The truth is, many of the agencies that are critical to our security have incurred enormous damage," the president-elect said. "Many of them have been hollowed out, in personnel, capacity and in morale."
As millions of Americans are hurting because of the coronavirus, Biden appears hell-bent on cancelling an extraordinarily effective and life-giving policy.
The best gift Washington can give to the American people this holiday season is a large dose of common sense in U.S. foreign and national security policy.
We are unable to admit the obvious, that at least in the short-to-medium term, North Korea will not give up its nuclear weapons, the only tool it has to deter Washington in a crisis.
The European-American divide has deep emotional roots and triggers the sensitive issue of European honor.
China has people at the top—at the top of Wall Street, at the top of the U.S. government, at the top of the news media and at the top of giant corporations.
Many Christians in Nigeria are approaching this Christmas with a sense of dread, as traveling to see loved ones over the holidays will make them especially vulnerable targets for brazen kidnapping and murder.
A new Iranian president may also be better positioned in the system to negotiate more expansively than Rouhani. Washington shouldn't be rushing to recreate a reality from 2015 that doesn't exist anymore.
The selection of an experienced trade negotiator with credibility in Washington and experience wrangling Beijing could break the current logjam and result in a productive airing of grievances.
Among advocates for Turkey's minorities, Osman Kavala is a secular saint.
The Florida representative also said China had become "more ambitious" as the U.S. was "messing around" in the Middle East.
Nuclear cooperation between the U.S., Israel, the UAE and Saudi Arabia could help prevent a cascade of Middle Eastern nuclear proliferation.
The Delaware senator said he was "gravely concerned" about an "abrupt" withdrawal from the countries at a think tank event in 2019.
There has never been a more pressing time to democratize U.S. foreign policy-making by centering the voices and leadership of those most impacted by it.
The coalition between the pragmatic Arab states and Israel is off to a running start. It has the potential to expand—in terms of both numbers and influence.
Successful management of U.S. interests and maintenance of U.S. leadership requires consistent policy and a belief among local leaders that they can't just browbeat one administration and move on to the next.