Because of course he did.
Because of course he did.
President Trump has selected Kelly Knight Craft, the current Ambassador to Canada, to serve as U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations.
Two months after being named, Heather Nauert withdrew her name as U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations due to a ‘Nannygate’ problem.
President Trump is expected to name a former Fox News host as Ambassador to the United Nations.
Take one name out of contention as a potential replacement for Nikki Haley at the United Nations.
President Trump’s second speech to the General Assembly of the United Nations wasn’t much better than the first, but it it did get the world laughing at us.
As part of her position as U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley has use of a rather lavish private residence. This is not a real controversy.
Kofi Annan, who served as Secretary-General of the United Nations at the dawn of the “War On Terror,” has died at the age of 80.
In a marked departure from previous American Presidents, Donald Trump delivered a highly belligerent speech to the U.N. General Assembly.
The Trump Administration’s effort to impose sanctions against North Korea suffered a significant defeat in the United Nations Security Council.
While you were celebrating Christmas, Israel was blasting the Obama Administration and cozying up to the incoming Trump Administration.
Congress is set to debate the Iran nuclear deal next month, but as far as Europe is concerned the debate is already over.
The Syrian regime has declared its ability to make chemical weapons destroyed.
Some thoughts on a decade old video in which Samantha Power speculates on actions to take against an unfolding genocide.
David Bosco wonders, “Why is the United Nations Ambassador in the Cabinet?”
Denied her chance at being Secretary of State, Susan Rice will be moving to a position that is arguably just as important in shaping American foreign policy.
The infamous “red line” may not have been crossed after all. At least not by the Assad regime.
President Obama’s remarks before the United Nations were, at least in one particular part, disappointing.
An Internet meme that Robert Mugabe has been named UN Tourism Ambassador is untrue.
Rick Perry wants a no-fly zone in Syria to prevent ground forces from harming civilians.
We may have entered a new and dangerous phase of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
President Obama explained his position on the Palestinian statehood resolution today, but one wonders if anyone listened.
Foolishly, the Palestinians are going forward with their effort to get Palestinian statehood recognized by the United Nations.
International options with respect to Syria are limited and likely to have little impact on the governments treatment of civilians.
The US Supreme Court declined to stay the execution of a child raping murderer over a technical violation of a treaty.
The “Obama Doctrine,” such as it is, seems to boil down to moral self-certainty combined with a glaring ignorance of reality. That’s a dangerous combination.
One week in to Operation Odyssey Down, public opinion is, to put it as nicely as possibly, ambivalent.
President Obama’s grand coalition against Libya is a lot less than meets the eye.
The Libyan rebels probably aren’t strong enough to defeat Gaddafi on their own, and the no-fly zone isn’t going to be enough either. Which means this operation is going to be far more extensive than President Obama is willing to admit publicly.
The public, and Congress, are skeptical of the mission in Libya, and the reason for that is because the President has failed to tell us exactly why we’re there and what we’ll be doing.
It has become quite apparent that neither the White House nor our coalition partners have any idea what the path to an endgame in Libya even looks like. That’s not good.