A critical deal with Iran, but more work to be done

The United States, Iran, and our negotiating partners from the UN Security Council and European Union agreed on the parameters of a plan that, if finalized and implemented, will prevent Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon.

U.S. leaders comment on Iran nuclear talks

The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) on Iran’s nuclear program reflects extensive progress made in talks between the P5+1 countries and Iran.

The war ended. The casualties didn’t.

Every year, thousands of people, many of them children, lose their limbs or their lives to buried land mines from past conflicts.

“An historic opportunity to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons in...

After marathon negotiations, the United States and its international partners reached a historic framework to limit Iran’s nuclear program and keep it peaceful.

During World War II, the Soviet Union had help from an...

During World War II the U.S. and the Soviet Union put aside their differences to fight and defeat the Nazis. Learn how vital supplies reached the Red Army.
Map of Ukraine and surrounding region with flag (Shutterstock)

There are rules. A country’s borders can’t be changed by force.

The international community must continue to sustain pressure on Russia for its actions in Ukraine, says Deputy Secretary of State Antony Blinken.

Archeologists protect Iraqi and Syrian past to benefit the future

Daesh (ISIS, ISIL) terrorists have been destroying the cultural heritage of Iraq and Syria. These archeologists are working to stop them.

Costs to Crimea: Repressive laws, increasing abuses

One year ago, on March 16, Russia orchestrated a referendum in Crimea that violated the Ukrainian constitution and was condemned by the international community....

Afghan, U.S. leaders aim for more cooperation

Afghanistan’s national unity government is making its first official trip to Washington. Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and Afghan Chief Executive Officer Abdullah Abdullah will meet...