The Trump administration’s top national security officials met with Congress several times this month to discuss how the President interprets the threat posed by Iran
On May 10, 2019 as Chinese Vice-Premier, Liu He, landed in Washington to continue trade negotiations, president Donald Trump announced the U.S. would be raising tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese imports, an increase in tariff rates from 10 to 25%
From 2014-2106, the U.S. exported $62.9 billion in arms sales to the European Union (E.U.); during those years, the E.U. exported $7.6 billion in arms to the U.S. The U.S. is also pushing NATO members, including those in the E.U., to increase their respective defense spending to a minimum of 2% of their respective gross domestic product (GDP)
The Syrian government and its allies, Russia and Iran, are making moves to retake Idlib from the last remaining pocket of rebel fighters holed up in the province
The April 21, 2019, terrorist attacks against several Sri Lanka churches and hotels were the deadliest in the history of Sri Lanka, a country that has suffered greatly from decades of civil war and ethnic conflict