The former oil minister and rival of President Maduro knows many secrets about corruption in Venezuela and around the world. If he loses diplomatic immunity, what will he spill?
U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein cuts loose on Trump––but his own organization has big problems, and the U.S. may pull out.
On Sunday, Kurds in Iraq are expected to vote overwhelmingly for independence. This as the war to crush the so-called Islamic State is almost won. Can anything hold Iraq together?
Trump's controversial United Nations speech—in which he threatened to "destroy" North Korea—was condemned by European allies and cheered by hardliners in the Mideast.
Paolo Zampolli, former head of a modeling agency, represents the tiny island nation of Dominica at the U.N. He and Trump go way back.
‘Past administrations jumped into the peace process pool,’ says an Israeli official, praising Team Trump’s go-slow approach. ‘There’s no water in this pool, no reason to jump in.’
Trump’s Tomahawk attack in April doesn’t seem to have deterred Assad’s effort to rebuild a chemical arsenal. Kim Jong Un is helping. And Tehran may be paying.
For all of the president’s praise for the Chinese leader since their April summit, the two nations today have vastly different priorities on North Korea, as a Friday meeting made plain.
The Kremlin may be backing Bashar al-Assad and publicly denouncing Israel’s strike on Damascus’ airport Thursday, but the two sides are ‘tightly’ coordinating behind the scenes.
As tensions surrounding North Korea escalated, top Trump officials issued new threats—ones that surprised the U.S. military.