With all that's going on at home, it can be easy to forget about US relations abroad. But for former NATO top commander Adm. James Stavridis, our alliances overseas are essential to determining our own future.
Trump's tweeting about terrorism. But what is he doing about it?
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.
The U.S. and China after Donald Trump's call with Taiwan. Twitter tirades and the real balance of power.
With President Obama on his last trip abroad, we look at Donald Trump’s America First philosophy and what it may mean for the world.
The world and President Trump. From alliances to global trade to ISIS and “the Wall,” we look at the world looking at Trump.
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 of terrorism.
The president’s visit to Saudi Arabia. The two countries’ special relationship is being challenged on everything from ISIS to oil.
The great debate over the Iran deal – who is coming down where, and why.
On Veterans Day, the fight to save soldiers from PTSD and suicide. Plus, two Iraq War veterans just elected to Congress.
Two weeks to go till Midterm Election Day. We’ll look at how the biggest issues are playing out around the country.
Longtime foreign correspondent H.D.S. Greenway opens his notebooks on American power abroad—and how it’s changed.
California massacre. Obama's foreign policy vision. Snowden speaks out.Our weekly news roundtable goes behind the headlines.