Rex Tillerson’s changes to the State Department are putting the United States at risk, two veterans of the diplomatic world said on Tuesday’s On Point.
Rex Tillerson’s State Department: Diplomats pushed out, empty desks, morale rock-bottom. Is American diplomacy in freefall?
Washington Post foreign affairs columnist David Ignatius on the President in Asia, the Russia investigation and his new thriller, “The Quantum Spy.” He joins us.
America in Europe. The president’s envoys try to reassure Europe and NATO that we’re all still on the same team, but Europe wonders.
Fifteen years after the attacks of 9/11, we’ll sit down with Pulitzer Prize winning author Lawrence Wright to take stock of where we’ve come, where we are in the age...
Guns in Georgia. Obama in Asia. Affirmative Action. And Joe Biden in Ukraine. Our weekly news roundtable.
Ukraine’s hot, the Mideast is a mess. Is this White House shrewdly realigning American foreign policy or frittering away its powers?
We go to Congo with a young journalist who lived and reported there and look at how we get our foreign news today.