It looks as though President Trump may be trying to free himself from the grasp of the neocon cabal that surrounds him.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced on Tuesday that he would annex all Israeli settlements, the Jordan Valley, and the northern Dead Sea area of the occupied West Bank if he wins Israel's general elections next week.
Serbia praised China on Tuesday for boosting the Balkan nation's military with drones and other equipment amid Western concerns that the arms buildup could threaten fragile peace in the region.
The United States offered millions of dollars to the captain of an Iranian oil tanker currently at the center of a diplomatic spat, according to the Financial Times and confirmed to the AFP by the US state department.
As the top American envoy to one of the world's most volatile regions, David Friedman is anything but diplomatic.
A deadly accident in northern Russia earlier this month caused the U.S. arms control community to stand up and take notice. The Russians claim they were testing "isotopic sources of fuel on a liquid propulsion unit," and that only after the test
Two world wars began because of unconditional pledges made by one country to come to assistance of another.
Years ago, Doug Casey mentioned in a correspondence to me, "Empires fall from grace with alarming speed."
Democratic Congresswomen Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib are calling on the U.S. Congress to reevaluate U.S. foreign aid to the Israeli government.
We have a large consulate there that's in charge of taking care of the Hong Kong Policy Act passed by Congress to ensure democracy in Hong Kong."
Update (1325ET): While we have seen numerous clips on social media of troop build-ups over the past few days, President Trump has just tweeted confirmation:
Turkey has for days been poised to unilaterally invade northern Syria over US objections, which Ankara officials say is to establish a 32 kilometer (20 mile) inside the war torn country, giving Turkey complete control of a region where the Syrian Kur
It reveals a dangerous strain of vengeance in U.S. foreign policy.
The Pentagon is Deploying Troops to Saudi Arabia
Dismisses probable Chinese objection to more nukes in Asia
We have never reckoned with the bloody U.S. takeover of the Philippines, our first bite at empire's apple.
Have relations between the United States and China finally reached the point of no return? At this moment, it would be difficult to overstate how angry the Chinese are with the United States.