American diplomats packed up at the U.S. consulate in St. Petersburg on Friday, another escalation in the current diplomatic crisis making Russia-U.S. relations more cloudy and dangerous than any point since the Cold War. But while international tensions may strengthen…
By PBS NewsHour
We asked experts about the latest expulsions and and what's next for Russia and the U.S.
By Larisa Epatko
American diplomats who served in Cuba have been diagnosed with mild traumatic brain injury following mysterious, unexplained attacks on their health, the union that represents U.S. diplomats said Friday.
By Josh Lederman, Associated Press
Though diplomats offered few details, talks in Geneva over Iran's nuclear programs were described as "substantive" and "forward-looking," giving negotiators the opportunity to discuss questions and clarify their positions in greater depth than before. Ray Suarez reports.
As a new surge of killings erupted Monday in Homs, Syria, the United States shuttered its embassy in Damascus, citing security problems. British Foreign Secretary William Hague also dialed back relations with what he called a "doomed" and "murdering" regime.
By PBS NewsHour
Violent clashes between government supporters and opposition protesters in Bolivia have left at least eight dead and tipped off a diplomatic dispute culminating in U.S. diplomats being expelled from both Bolivia and Venezuela.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
In a break with past policy on Iran, the Bush administration is sending a delegate to weekend nuclear talks between Iran's chief nuclear negotiator and other world powers, including the European Union.
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