It may be a new year, but many of the old problems remain the same. Susan Glasser of POLITICO and Evan Osnos of The New Yorker discuss the foreign policy challenges facing the Trump administration in 2018.
President Donald Trump allowed the Iran nuclear deal to survive through 2017, but the new year will offer him another chance to blow up the agreement — and critics and supporters alike believe he may take it.
Rex Tillerson on Friday about Saudi Arabia's ostensible anti-corruption purge, according to a State Department pool report: "My own view is that it does, it raises a few concerns until we see more clearly how these particular individuals ar
Monday’s news: The world, and the country, were left reeling over the weekend in the aftermath of back to back decisions by President Donald Trump to roll back health insurance regulations and decertify the Iran nuclear deal. The decisions only added to the growing challenges facing the Trump administration all at once, from a cyber and nuclear empowered North Korea to a worsening opioid epidemic.
Advocates for Americans imprisoned by Iranian authorities said on Friday they were concerned the Trump administration's hard line on Iran would close off the chance for talks to secure the prisoners' release.