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Administration officials are working to "fix" the deal but are preparing a "nix" strategy just in case.
There¡¯s no real plan to stop the war crimes, and America¡¯s credibility is on the line.
Susan Thornton faces criticism that she's soft on China and now her nomination is in jeopardy.
The diplomatic corps is glad to see Tillerson go but divided over whether Pompeo will be better for them.
Frustration with Saudi Arabia's operation in Yemen is mounting and the Senate is preparing to force President Trump's hand.
Internationalists realize the order is at grave risk, and along with it the seven decades of relative growth, prosperity and peace it provided.
Tillerson argues America is a better partner for Africa, but China is putting its money where its mouth is.
Buried in the State Department¡¯s budget request is a change that would be an assault on the pro-democracy mission of several organizations.
He seemed to be on the way out, but now Trump has rescued and promoted a key figure on trade and manufacturing.
In Trump¡¯s own words, striking the Kim regime would be ¡®very unfortunate for the world.¡¯