The resurgence of a revanchist Russia poses new security challenges for the United States and its European partners, says a U.S. military commander.
For the first time in history, a sitting U.S. secretary of state visits Somalia. Secretary Kerry announces a plan to re-establish a diplomatic mission.
In 2015, countries are remembering the end of World War II. It wasn't just the end of a terrible conflict, but the beginning of how things work today.
Daesh (ISIS/ISIL) is on the defensive, and Operation Inherent Resolve airstrikes continue to inflict casualties on terrorists in Iraq and Syria.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe made history on April 29 when he became the first Japanese head of state to address a joint meeting of Congress.
Now in its 45th year, the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty is vital to global security; the world must continue to advance global nonproliferation goals.
The U.S. stands in solidarity with Ukraine, Vice President Biden says via video at the International Support for Ukraine Conference in Kyiv April 28.
“Too often, we approach youth as the passive recipients of campaigns to counter violent extremism, rather than active participants in shaping their strategy and spearheading their implementation.” — Ambassador Power
The U.S., Australia and New Zealand may be separated by the world’s largest ocean, but it doesn’t stop them from partnering on global peace and security.