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Revoking Kashmir’s autonomy has been a Hindu nationalist dream for decades. Today’s global political atmosphere provided India the right moment.
A new ban prohibits Americans from doing business with Venezuela's government. It's the first of its kind in the Western Hemisphere in over 30 years.
Signed in 1987, the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces treaty with Russia officially ended Aug. 2, 2019. The New START treaty could be the next to go.
President Trump’s pick of Rep. John Ratcliffe to replace top spy Dan Coats elicits expressions of concern: Will intelligence be distorted?
A NYPD Bomb Squad officer investigates suspicious packages near West 16th Street and Seventh Avenue in New York City, Aug. 16.
Back channels between adversaries help limit tensions, and can pave the way toward peace. But they’re missing from this round of U.S.-Iran tensions.
Nearly half of U.S. troops have been pulled out of Afghanistan, President Donald Trump announced Monday. An upcoming all-Afghan peace summit in Qatar on July 7–8 is thought to be an important step toward peace.
Donald Trump’s talks with Xi Jinping and Kim Jong Un stole headlines after the G-20 summit. But the weekend also showcased a growing global divide.
Japan's Prime Minister Abe has prioritized a personal relationship with U.S. President Trump – a relationship that could be tested at the Group of 20.
The U.S. is leading a two-day economic workshop it hopes will lay the groundwork for a Middle East peace plan. But without discussion of political disputes, or the presence of Palestinian or Israeli delegates, Arab nations are keeping their distance.
President Trump faces a pivotal moment. After Iran shot down a U.S. drone, he averted a threatened response, but tensions remain high.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and national security adviser John Bolton prefer hardline policies against Iran. But congressional leaders are urging President Trump to not escalate tensions already under strain from U.S. sanctions.
As part of the Trump administration's efforts to roll back Obama-era efforts to repair relations between the U.S. and Cuba, leisure cruises to Cuba, the most popular way to travel to the island, will be cut off. Flights remain unaffected.
U.S. sanctions target Iran’s most prosperous sectors of its economy. Iran's president says the U.S. must realize that withdrawing from the 2015 nuclear "was incorrect" and return to the negotiating table.
Although the president insulted London Mayor Sadiq Khan, a critic of Mr. Trump, on Twitter hours before landing, the two-day state visit aims to bolster U.S.–U.K. relations. Mr. Trump also plans to visit his golf resort in Ireland.
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