America’s top diplomat stepped back Friday from his offer of unconditional talks with North Korea, telling world powers the nuclear-armed nation must earn the right to negotiate with the United States.
Tensions over China’s island-building in the South China Sea may have eased in the past year, but Beijing has kept busy.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has softened America’s stance on possible talks with North Korea, calling it “unrealistic” to expect the nuclear-armed country to come to the table ready to give up a weapons of mass destruction program that it invested so much in developing.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Tuesday softened America’s stance on possible talks with North Korea, calling it “unrealistic” to expect the nuclear-armed country to come to the table ready to give up a weapons of mass destruction program that it invested so much in developing.
U.S. and Chinese generals are working on how the mighty American and Chinese militaries might communicate in a crisis.
President Donald Trump says he’s spoken with Chinese leader Xi Jinping (shee jihn-peeng) about North Korea’s latest missile test.
The Trump administration imposed new sanctions on a slew of North Korean shipping firms and Chinese trading companies in its latest push to isolate the rogue nation over its nuclear weapons development and deprive it of revenue.
The Trump administration is due to announce new sanctions on North Korea on Tuesday after declaring it a state sponsor of terrorism in the latest push to isolate the pariah nation.
President Donald Trump said Wednesday that the U.S. and China agree that North Korea cannot just freeze its nuclear weapons program in exchange for concessions and that it must eliminate its arsenal.
Newly declassified documents show that a quarter-century ago as worries were emerging over North Korea’s nuclear ambitions, then-Defense Secretary Dick Cheney told allies the U.S. should not consider military action as it could jeopardize diplomatic efforts.
U.S. lawmakers and human rights groups escalated pressure Friday on the Trump administration to impose sanctions against Myanmar’s military over alleged ethnic cleansing of Rohingya Muslims.
The highest-level North Korean defector in two decades says America should bring change peacefully by challenging the totalitarian regime’s grip on information rather than resorting to military action.
The Trump administration moved toward a condemnation of “ethnic cleansing” against Myanmar’s Rohingya Muslims, as officials were preparing a recommendation for Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to unequivocally use the term for the first time.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson called Wednesday for the U.S. and India to expand strategic ties.
Pakistan says its influence with the Taliban has diminished since a U.S. drone strike killed the group’s leader last year, derailing Afghan peace efforts.
Members of Congress are sharpening their criticism of Myanmar’s crackdown that has forced nearly a half-million Rohingya (ROH’-hihn-jah) Muslims to flee to Bangladesh.
The Trump administration said Monday it’s not seeking to overthrow North Korea’s government after the president tweeted that Kim Jong Un “won’t be around much longer” and called Pyongyang’s assertion absurd that Donald Trump’s comment amounted to a declaration of war.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un called President Donald Trump “deranged” and said in a statement carried by the state news agency that he will “pay dearly” for his threats.
Myanmar is trying to reassure the world about its handling of the exodus of Rohingya Muslims to Bangladesh.
Japan has urged international unity in pressuring North Korea to give up its nuclear weapons, even as another key U.S. ally pushed back against President Donald Trump’s threat to “totally destroy” the rogue nation if it attacked.