Trump-administration driven Western sanctions are blocking the massive reconstruction aid and investment Syria needs to rebuild.
Mexico says it has complied with a 90-day deadline from the US to reduce the flow of migrants through its territory. Foreign Relations Secretary Marcelo Ebrard is to give a final report
America’s jobs engine downshifted in August as employers unexpectedly held back hiring across major industries, another sign that the world’s largest economy could be weakening, government data showed on Friday.
President Donald Trump has never held back when slamming Barack Obama on mistakes made in Iraq and Afghanistan. Yet, as the White House prepares to announce a US deal with the Taliban, Trump seems poised to mimic his predecessor. He is eager to pull the remaining 14,000 US troops out of Afghanistan by November 2020 to please his base before US elections.
The Taliban on Tuesday vowed to continue fighting against US forces in Afghanistan after President Donald Trump said talks with insurgents were “dead,” saying Washington would regret abandoning negotiations.
The United Nations mission in Afghanistan reported recently that US airstrikes and Afghan security forces killed more civilians in the first half of 2019 than the Taliban did.
President Donald Trump said on Tuesday he fired national security adviser John Bolton, citing strong disagreements on a number of policy issues.
As a presidential candidate in 2016, Donald Trump promised to pursue an “unpredictable” foreign policy to keep the nation’s enemies off balance. But in recent weeks, his unpredictability seems to be keeping his own administration off balance. Whether the issue is Venezuela, Korea or Iran, his administration has displayed contradictory
The first one-on-one meeting of Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan and US president Donald Trump in the White House on Monday marked a new beginning in the complicated relationship between the two countries. It’s no secret that the US and Pakistan haven’t seen eye-to-eye over the last few years. Since the Cold War, diplomacy has been strained; events like 9/11 almost stretched them beyond breaking point.
With a growing economy at his back and little resistance from Republicans, President Donald Trump has been free to impose tariffs on America’s trading partners with few political repercussions. Yet his protectionist approach — particularly his heavy-handed tactics with China,