Unless the president finds a solution to the JCPOA impasse, the deal may become unsalvageable, further reducing international trust in the administration.
Countries and world bodies are expressing concerns over what appears to be a military coup in Sudan.
Countries are increasingly wielding military exercises as a foreign policy tool, but they fall short of aspirations and threaten regional stability.
The NATO-Russia Council has been an opportunity to keep communication open since the 1990s, but recently both sides expelled their diplomats deepening the rift.
EU Commission report overlooks responsibilities towards candidate country and reflects double standards, says Turkey's Foreign Ministry.
Tensions have risen between Poland and the bloc with the ruling of Poland's Constitutional Court earlier this month, which said the country's national laws take precedence over some EU legislation.
But it is diplomatic, not military considerations that will determine how and where it will be launched.
Bosnian Serb leadership are establishing new facts on the ground that could pave the way for secession in the future.
After 16 years, Germany’s Social Democrats finally beat Angela Merkel’s Christian Democrats in September polls. If a left-led government comes in power, will it change much in the EU?
A new report finds that despite post-pandemic recovery pledges, emissions across G20 countries are rebounding as economies reopen and governments continue to funnel money into fossil fuels.
European Commission chief von der Leyen announces short-term aid deal to prevent basic services in Afghanistan from collapsing and food from running out as G20 leaders gather to discuss the Afghan crisis and how to engage with its new rulers.
Poland’s top court ruled that some EU treaties are incompatible with the country’s constitution in an escalation of tensions between Warsaw and Brussels.
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