NAFTA renegotiations may see provisions from the Trans-Pacific Partnership revived, but it must rectify past failings – on income inequality, labour and environmental protection.
“They have been killed, injured, abducted and forced to shoot and kill in one of the most brutal wars in recent history,” UNICEF said in a statement.
Otto Warmbier, who was released by North Korea after falling into coma has severe tissue loss in his brain, possibly due to cardiac arrest, doctors say.
The judge also said the law should be broadly construed to give people with disabilities recourse to pursue discrimination claims.
Choe Son Hui, North Korea’s senior diplomat for US affairs, said that North Korea would hold a dialogue with the US under the “right conditions”.
Some US officials questioned the benefit of sending more troops to Afghanistan because any number would not be enough to turn the war-torn situation around.
According to two US intelligence officials this week, hackers with connections to the Russian government played a role in the French election too.
The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) met on Tuesday to debate the issue after the UAE, Egypt and other countries complained their airlines had been unduly penalised by the decision to relegate laptops to the cargo hold on some flights due to security concerns.
If India builds all its proposed coal-based power plants, then it might not fulfil its promise made under the Paris climate agreement.
It’s time for the rest of the US to borrow the battle cry of the pro-Trump crowd: We’re fed up and we’re not going to take it anymore.
Exploring the life of the first woman to contest for the US presidency.
Thousands have taken to the streets of Miami, Atlanta, Philadelphia, New York, San Francisco and Portland, Oregon to voice their anger at Trump’s election.
Inviting the American ambassador to Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh is bound to provoke China.
Mosul, a city of 1.5 million people, and the smaller Syrian city of Raqqa are the two pillars of ISIS’s self-declared caliphate, and recapturing them would be a pivotal defeat for the ultra-hardline Sunni jihadists.
The US also called for a “meaningful dialogue” between India and Pakistan to address differences and to bring down the recent tensions.
Forty-four Afghan troops visiting the US for military training have gone missing in less than two years, presumably in an effort to live and work illegally in the US.
One woman was killed and 100 people injured.
The audience size is expected to challenge the presidential debate record of 80 million who watched the 1980 encounter between Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan.
Trump plans to cut tax to reduce the top individual rate from 39.6% to 33%, along with negotiating trade agreements to produce 3.5% annual economic growth.
Manila’s new leader raised worries about the future of the key alliance by calling President Barack Obama a “son of a bitch.”
It is close to impossible to find out whether Shah Rukh Khan is on a US watch list and why, let alone remedying the problem.
What if China was to respond to the adverse judicial finding by treating past US precedents as models of great power behaviour?
While his bid was seen as improbable when he began, Trump has been able to successfully tap into the deep rooted unhappiness of middle-class America.
Understanding the rise and fall of development politics and long-term structural challenges in Afghanistan will provide an outline of how India can wield influence in a multipolar Central Asia.
If one word sums up Chilcot’s approach to future ‘interventions’ of which recent British governments have been all too fond it is ‘caution’. This is as it should be.
The sheriff’s office of St. Lucie county and a Florida Muslim civil rights group disagree over whether the attack was racially motivated.
With conflicting reports from the two nations, the incident threatens to raise political tensions between their governments.
Trump is struggling to show that his campaign can match up to Clinton’s, which dwarfs his in both funding and size.
The consensus among officials and analysts inside and out the region is that the ruling will go largely against Beijing.
A look at the world-class experts who inform Hilary Clinton’s economic policy in the run up to the 2016 US presidential elections.
US President Obama, vice president Joe Biden and defence secretary Ash Carter highlighted the xenophobic nature of Trump’s policies and also criticised his position on US trade policy in the run up to 2016 US presidential elections.
As a role model, Ali exemplified the best and brightest that can emerge out of a sport often denigrated and dismissed by a conventional snobbery.
Though media coverage on Modi’s US visit was dominated by other issues, US concerns on human rights violations in India came up several times.
The Act calls on Congress to elevate the US-India relationship by designating India as a special global partner of the US, leading to greater cooperation across different sectors.
If the current state of bilateral and multilateral economic relations persists, we might end up in a position where India bolsters American strategic primacy with little to show for in return.
The Wire compares US-India joint statements from 2015 and 2016 to assess the progress made in implementing decisions and highlight changes in priorities.
If everything goes according to plan, India could be entering two out of four export control regimes this week.
The grand bargain that has been struck – India and the US speaking the same language in cyber, climate and intellectual property right regimes, in return for tangible benefits to New Delhi – is not sustainable.
A suicide car bomber crashed into a gate outside a hotel frequented by lawmakers in the centre of Mogadishu on Wednesday. The attack was followed by gunfire, killing 15 people, police said.
From the Indian government’s perspective, the bilateral document is a necessary step to goad the US into fast-tracking requests of “cooperation” from security agencies.