Foreign Policy



Picking a new president exposes the fraught global politics of policing, and the policing of global politics.

The Biden administration told Congress it will remove the terror designation but issue new ones for at least one splinter group.

The agency’s annual human rights report once again includes sections describing other countries’ handling of abortion, contraception and issues related to family planning. Trump administration officials had said the term reproductive rights was seen as loaded.

The talks, held in Qatar, were led by the deputy director of the CIA and covered a range of issues from safe passage for Americans to Afghanistan’s growing humanitarian crisis.

Chung Eui-yong said the United States should do more to get North Korea to the negotiating table.

Six weeks after the Taliban takeover, donor nations are taking a wait-and-see approach as the country plunges deeper into economic crisis.

Last week’s deadly attack at the Kabul airport further narrowed the mission to focus on U.S. citizens.

The withdrawal could complicate efforts to help Americans and allied Afghans get out after the U.S. military leaves the Kabul airport.

Evacuees from Afghanistan are facing long delays as they wait to be processed at Dulles International Airport outside Washington.

Terrorism experts say the Islamic State offshoot will try to ramp up attacks with U.S. leaving Afghanistan.

U.N. envoy Kyaw Moe Tun enraged leaders Myanmar’s military leaders by publicly denouncing their takeover of the country.

The embrace of U.N. norms comes as Biden prepares to raise cyber attacks when he meets Putin in Geneva.

New details of illicit military support come as Biden administration promises to “lean in” on stabilizing Libya

On the same day he announced the talks, Secretary of State Antony Blinken again accused the country of carrying out genocide against its Muslim minority.

The arrest of Federico G. Klein, a former State Department aide, marks the first member of the Trump administration arrested in connection with the insurrection.

The nominee for deputy secretary of state, Wendy Sherman, faces a difficult confirmation process over concerns about reentering the nuclear deal.

With the absence of U.S.-made vaccines, American officials abroad are seeking doses from foreign governments, including Russia.

The move marks one of the first major shifts in U.S. foreign policy by the Biden administration as it reviews a range of Trump-era polices on Afghanistan, North Korea, Russia, China and beyond.

President Biden’s top diplomat said an independent press is a “cornerstone of our democracy.”

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