Cuddly, chlamydia-ridden ‘Cheech and Chongs’
The meeting was supposed to be held later this year
Mullah Omar has added you as a friend. Why you shouldn’t confirm.
U.S. will maintain a diplomatic presence in Benghazi for the time being
Diplomacy took a backseat to head-to-head cooking competition Tuesday night
Murder charges of CIA contractor Raymond Allen Davis dropped after settlement with Pakistani victims’ families
Why the international affairs budget should be spared from budget cuts.
‘We want to be in your conversation’
Ambassador to Luxembourg and Obama donor, Cynthia Stroum has stepped down from her position
Foreign diplomats shower the Obamas with hundreds of thousands of dollars in gifts
We can honor Richard Holbrooke’s legacy by continuing his commitment to development and diplomacy.
He will focus in Africa on good governance and supporting nations with strong democratic institutions
Egypt’s military, the biggest recipient of U.S. military aid after Israel, is in decline, according to American diplomats
State Dept. says the U.S. has taken ‘appropriate, proportional and reciprocal action’
Anna Nicole Smith may have been a ‘B-list celebrity,’ but she endangered the entire government, according to newly leaked U.S. diplomatic cables
S. Korea unwavering in intentions to conduct live-fire drills, despite threats from N. Korea of a ‘catastrophe’
Iran is trying to build a nuclear bomb, chairman of the Joint Chiefs says
U.S. diplomats in Havana don’t expect the revolutionary icon’s passing to generate any immediate unrest
U.S. envoy’s condition remains serious
A confidential U.S. diplomatic cable predicted Cuba’s economic situation could become “fatal” and detailed concerns from other countries’ diplomats