The end of John Bolton’s fractious tenure as national security adviser leaves one man at the helm of the Trump administration’s foreign policy as it manages crises
Russia does not expect its ties with Washington to suddenly improve following the exit of US national security adviser John Bolton, RIA news agency cited Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov as saying on Wednesday.
John Bolton, US President Donald Trump’s national security adviser, will travel to Belarus and meet President Alexander Lukashenko, the presidential office said on Tuesday.
President Donald Trump said on Tuesday he fired national security adviser John Bolton, citing strong disagreements on a number of policy issues.
Donald Trump’s summary firing of National Security adviser John Bolton was hardly surprising. Bolton’s dismissal followed Trump’s cancellation of his meeting with the Taliban
O'Brien will be the fourth person to hold the post in the Trump administration.
Bolton is meeting South Korea’s chief of National Security Office Chung Eui-yong, Defence Minister Jeong Kyeong-doo, and Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha in Seoul to discuss issues
Donald Trump’s top diplomat does not really want diplomacy with Iran. Case in point: when the Obama administration was negotiating the nuclear deal with Iran, Michael Pompeo wanted the US and its allies to bomb the country instead. “In an unclassified setting, it is under 2,000 sorties to destroy the Iranian nuclear capacity. This is not an insurmountable task for the coalition forces,” then Congressman Pompeo said in December 2014.
On Tuesday night, the internet was abuzz with the latest in the impeachment drama. In his yet-to-be-released book, an unpublished edition of which was leaked to the press,