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The Islamist consolidation of power over Syria’s rebel movement in recent weeks is another indication that foreign policy strategists are correct when they warn that the Syrian conflict is likely to grind on for years before either side i...
U.S.-led efforts to foster a moderate rebel force in northern Syria appear to have collapsed with the announcement Wednesday that the United States and Great Britain have stopped shipping aid to Western-backed fighters.
Secretary of State John Kerry defended an international deal to restrict Iran’s nuclear program to skeptical lawmakers Tuesday, arguing that more sanctions and less dialogue would backfire and make Tehran only more likely to pursue weapon...
In a speech, Secretary of State John Kerry reassured Israel on the Iranian nuclear deal and urged trust-building measures to revive Israeli-Palestinian peace talks.
The U.N. General Assembly voted for Jordan to head the Security Council after Saudi Arabia declined the post.
China’s announcement of a new air defense zone has turned Vice President Joe Biden’s trip to Asia this week into a damage-control mission, underscoring how quickly the United States can get sucked into territorial disputes as it str...
U.S.-backed Syrian rebel chief Salim Idris hoped to build a cohesive rebel army, but was rendered powerless by Islamist extremists.
Details are emerging of the violent rule of al Qaida's feared Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, which has seized swaths of rebel-held territory.
Tension is building after Beijing's provocation in disputed waters between China and Japan.
The Obama administration renewed calls for Iran to free retired FBI agent Robert “Bob” Levinson, who on Tuesday reached the grim milestone of becoming the longest-held hostage in U.S. history.