On Friday, the Trump administration ramped up tariffs on Chinese products, the latest in a series of U.S. potshots against China's trade practices. But there's a deeper trade rift that may have more far-reaching consequences if neither China nor the Trump administration changes course.
Trump regards the Singapore summit as the beginning of a process. But the process is not merely about Korea – it's about the entire geostrategic landscape in Asia.
There appears to be growing opposition in Tehran to the Iranian government’s long-standing policy of falling into line with international rules to prevent terrorism financing and money laundering.
Yemen's Shiite rebels say they have foiled a naval attack by government forces backed by a Saudi-led coalition off the Red Sea port of Hodeida.
Just days before the U.S.-North Korea summit, a Washington Institute for Near East Policy discussion on June 7 examined North Korea’s far-reaching negative impact on the Middle East and Africa.
Rep. Mac Thornberry states that it’s okay for President Trump to “suspend” upcoming military exercises in Korea as a concession to North Korea.
The Trump administration is analyzing decades-old fingerprints in an unprecedented effort to rescind American citizenship from immigrants who may have lied or falsified information on their naturalization forms.
The U.S. Border Patrol agent who was shot this week while patrolling a remote area alone near Arizona's border with Mexico is in stable condition.
The Justice Department's internal watchdog is expected to criticize the FBI's handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation.