In an interview with the state-run television network Rossiya 1 on November 27, Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov again suggested he was considering retirement.
Video: Dr. Elise Carlson-Rainer, Assistant Professor at American Public University (APU), discusses the causes that lead to international conflict and why addressing human rights as a facet of foreign policy is relatively new.
The U.S. needs a strategic policy in dealing with the complex situation in Syria. Defeating ISIS was the easy part; now, the difficult part begins.
The dream of a Kurdish state remains uncertain. The Kurds have benefited from significant upgrades in equipment from the United States, as well as from the experience of working with U.S. advisers.
Yucca Mountain Alternative: Other major nuclear nations recycle nuclear materials.The United States has not even started a nuclear recycling program.
North Korea claimed Wednesday that the entire U.S. mainland is within reach after "successfully" testing a new kind of intercontinental ballistic missile.
Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri reversed his plans to resign as he returned to Lebanon on Nov. 22, punctuating an already volatile month in the region.
For now, Turkey remains in NATO and will maintain its strategic partnership with the U.S., despite overall poor relations. But, for how long?
The Islamist militant group Boko Haram is being blamed for a suicide bombing that occurred Tuesday that killed at least 50 worshipers at a mosque.
At a recent Cabinet meeting, President Donald Trump announced his intention to designate North Korea as a state sponsor of terrorism.