The Israel government must remove the moral stain it bears. The political polarization in Israel isn’t relevant in this fight
Analysis Make Japan Great Again: Abe’s Landslide Is a Victory for Militant Nationalism in the Trump Age
The reelected prime minister may now be able to fulfill his long-held promise to amend the pacifist Article 9 of the Japanese Constitution
Israeli-made navy patrol boats custom-fitted with remote weapon stations are part of arms deals estimated to be worth tens of millions
U.S. policy 'did not start the violence, but it meant that we were not going to try and stop it'
Michael Danby took two-week sick leave from parliament in September 2016, but was then seen attending counterterrorism conference in Herzliya
The hawkish Abe would be able to fulfill a long-term promise to amend the country's pacifist constitution and turn its self-defense forces into a full-fledged army
As angry protesters gathered near the scene of the attack, Somalia’s government blamed the al-Qaida-linked al-Shabab extremist group for what it called a 'national disaster'
In an escalation of his public feud with Trump, Corker says Trump undermined the work of Secretary of State Tillerson by 'publicly castrating' him
According to the former Israeli prime minister, pulling out of the deal will set off a chain reaction throughout Asia and the Middle East, The New York Times reports
Eager to recover lost Russian markets for Turkmen gas, Turkmenistan's president gifted Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin with a top breed for his birthday
Pyongyang has denied responsibility for the cyberattacks, Yonhap reported, criticizing Seoul for 'fabricating' claims about online attacks
In January, the U.S. Treasury blacklisted Kim Yo Jong along with other North Korean officials over 'severe human rights abuses'
Japan's 1,000-strong Jewish community has trouble obtaining permits to bring kosher food and ritual plants to the island nation. Here's how it copes
The bust prompted a UN probe and led to Trump's cut in aid for Egypt, according to the Washington Post, which is said to be the reason for Cairo's recent decision to halt its military ties with Pyongyang
Pyongyang has been blamed for several major cyberattacks in recent years, including against banks and Sony Pictures, as well as the WannaCry ransomware attack
Egypt’s interior ministry has not commented on Saturday’s blast, which residents and media initially reported as probably the result of a faulty gas pipeline
Sending weapons to a government that’s guilty of genocide is very similar to sending weapons to Germany during the Holocaust
The trip 'will strengthen the international resolve' to ensure the 'irreversible denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula,' White House says
In first, U.S. calls for punishment of military leaders behind Rohingya repression
Top Secret Israel's Top Court Just Ruled About Arms Sales to Myanmar. But We're Not Allowed to Tell You the Verdict
Israeli court decision must remain secret after judges issued a gag order on the case at the request of the state