Tillerson's comments come while North Korea continues to test and develop nuclear capable ballistic missiles; the U.S. still hopes for a diplomatic solution.
Putin made a gamble in backing Trump, and it seems to be paying off for him. What does he win, and what do Europe and America lose in Putin's high-risk game?
In Israel, there is growing fear that the continuing occupation will create an apartheid state.
This column favors the Hamiltonian emphasis on fundamentals over Jeffersonian political rhetoric
President Obama has ended an immigration policy that allowed Cubans who arrive in the United States without a visa to become permanent residents.
Before Obama leaves the White House, and before Hillary Clinton runs for mayor of New York City, all kinds of intelligence operations should be initiated to help President Trump eradicate the shadowy, sleezy, and corrupt habits of the entrenched political class.
The new Congress is in session now, and before Obama leaves the White House, he should be seen for what he really is, and that is not a true American.
Obama urged U.S. “friends and allies around the world” to "oppose Russia’s efforts to interfere with "democratic governance.” But he still can't say radical Islam.
The U.S. sanctions against Russia include ejecting Russian diplomats and closing two Russian compounds. The Russian response does not include closing a school.
The Obama administration is racing the clock to ensure the creation of an anti-Israeli, Hamas-run state in historically Jewish areas now under Israel's control.
Obama is leaving office with a final snarl and upraised finger at Israel. Donald Trump promises to change U.S.-Israeli relations; that can't happen soon enough.
Is Israel only an "ally" when it comes to receiving American aid, or will it also be an "ally" when it comes to advancing American interests, and justice, in the region?
According to Samantha Power, the U.S. abstention supports "the policy of every administration, Republican and Democrat, since before President Reagan and all the way through to the present day."
Fondness for Russian President Vladimir Putin is growing in the hearts of those who have grown tired at the infantile whining of Democrats over their well-earned losses in recent elections.
In the world of foreign policy, there's never a dull moment.
Donald Trump wants to crush ISIS; he doesn't need a bomb-throwing ambassador to Israel who will undermine American and Israeli security and strengthen ISIS.
At least 50 injured, higher totals possible in likely Berlin terrorist attack. In another terrorist act, Russia’s Ambassador to Turkey assassinated in Ankara museum.
President Barack Obama made his final foreign policy speech the day before Pearl Harbor Day, and attempted to defend his overall efforts in fighting the War on Terror.
Why Fidel Castro attracted admirers in our own society is part of the larger question of why he had appeal to men and women who seemed indifferent to Communism's rejection of freedoms.
Castro brought Cuba universal health care and education, and the return of oxen as farm equipment and donkey carts as transportation. The left will miss him.