In a speech to the Naval War College, Defense Secretary James Mattis laid out the greatest national security challenges facing the United States.
The U.S. supports peace talks proposed by Afghan President Ashraf Ghani.
Secretary of Defense James Mattis observed that “threats to our collective security have not waned, whether terrorism to the south or Russia's aggression and hybrid threats to the east."
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met with the foreign ministers of South Korea, Japan, and later China to brief them on the way forward with North Korea.
The United States is concerned about the intensifying conflicts in Kachin and Shan States, the crisis in Rakhine State, and the production and flow of narcotics.
A very small amount of synthetic opioids goes a very long way, so overdosing on these substances is quite frequent.
The world is getting smaller and more complicated, and it poses a growing number of national security and foreign policy challenges for the United States and its allies and partners.
At the press conference in Singapore, President Trump expressed the hope that Iran’s leaders “come back and negotiate a real deal."
The U.S. Treasury Department has announced new sanctions against three Russian individuals and five entities.
President Donald Trump and Chairman Kim Jong Un discussed how to build a lasting peace on the Korean Peninsula.
Many companies are ending their business involvement with Iran because they do not want to run afoul of U.S. sanctions.
Russia’s actions have created a catastrophe of suffering in Ukraine, said U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley.