Canada’s new ambassador talks trade, a former White House social secretary talks protocol, China splits transatlantic relations and much more.
Australia’s wildfires, war and coronavirus in Yemen, female pioneers in U.S. defense and diplomacy and much more.
The pandemic has forced performing arts organizations to meet patrons where they are: at home.
The former Moldovan ambassador has said goodbye to diplomacy to pursue her childhood dream of becoming a full-time artist.
As the coronavirus swept the globe, the State Department snapped into action to bring home more than 100,000 Americans traveling or living abroad in more than 130 countries.
Throughout Brian Maguire’s four-decade art career, he has centered his work around war, casting a stark light on the death and depravity of manmade conflicts.
Arena Stage’s docudrama “May 22, 2020” follows a day in the life of 10 locals from backgrounds and how they’re grappling with the reality of living through a pandemic.
In the Middle East, amid global lockdowns and uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, there has been a revival of traditional recipes to unite communities through cuisine.
G20 leaders urgently need to reconvene to agree on an enhanced and more strongly coordinated global response to the COVID-19 crisis.
This year will witness two great anniversaries: 75 years since the end of World War II and 75 years since the establishment of the United Nations.
Today, we face the moral dilemma of rescuing the economy at the risk of human lives if coronavirus cases surge and spread. But this is a false dichotomy because with the right long-term strategy and strong global cooperation, the United States is capable of tackling this twofold challenge.
Eighty years ago, an undergraduate at Harvard University was working frantically on his senior thesis about the global crisis that was unfolding before his eyes. That thesis became “Why England Slept,” John F. Kennedy’s bestseller in the United States and United Kingdom.
As more evidence emerges that COVID-19 is tied to an increased risk of dangerous blood clots, new research suggests that giving patients blood thinners may improve their odds of survival.