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  • WASHINGTON, June 24- The United States and China sought on Wednesday to stress the positives in their relationship after three days of high-level talks, but failed to narrow differences on the most contentious issues of cyber and maritime security. He said it also had "a strong national interest" in freedom of navigation and overflight- a reference to concerns...

  • WASHINGTON, June 18- The United States said on Thursday it would not "paper over" differences between the United States and China when top officials of the world's two largest economies meet to discuss financial and political strategy in Washington next week. Russel said maritime disputes in the South China Sea were "not fundamentally" between the United States...

  • WASHINGTON, June 18- The United States said on Thursday it would not "paper over" differences between the United States and China when top officials of the world's two largest economies meet to discuss financial and political strategy in Washington next week. Russel said maritime disputes in the South China Sea were "not fundamentally" between the United States...

  • WASHINGTON, June 17- The United States and Spain signed a defense agreement on Wednesday giving U.S. Marines permanent use of Moron air base, near Seville, from which they can be quickly deployed to Africa. The mission of the 850 Marines in the Special Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force based at Moron is to intervene in crises in Africa, including humanitarian...

  • Rubio's money problems: An asset? Friday, 12 Jun 2015 | 1:47 PM ET
    Sen. Marco Rubio.

    Here's how Marco Rubio could use his money issues as an advantage against other presidential candidates, says media consultant Mark Macias.

  • How Hillary can win back public trust Monday, 8 Jun 2015 | 10:04 AM ET
    Democratic presidential hopeful and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks during a round table discussion, April 20, 2015, in Keene, N.H.

    More than half of Americans think Hillary Clinton is not honest. Here's what media consultant Mark Macias says she needs to win them back.

  • US can't sit on sidelines: Robert Hormats Tuesday, 2 Jun 2015 | 7:10 AM ET
    US can't sit on sidelines: Robert Hormats

    Robert Hormats, Kissinger Associates, shares his thoughts on the world's perception of U.S. foreign relations, and the importance of fighting back against terrorist.

  • WASHINGTON, June 1- The White House is confident it can still pursue Iran nuclear talks despite U.S. Kerry left Europe for the United States earlier on Monday after breaking his leg in a cycling accident on Sunday. "We do continue to believe that we have the time and resources necessary to pursue, and hopefully complete, the Iran negotiations," White House spokesman...

  • *Boko Haram firmly in new leader's sights. ABUJA, May 29- New Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari promised on Friday to eradicate the "mindless, godless" militants of Boko Haram and rescue hundreds of women and children held captive, including 200 girls taken from the town of Chibok a year ago. In his inaugural address as elected leader of Africa's most populous...

  • *Boko Haram firmly in new leader's sights. ABUJA, May 29- New Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari vowed on Friday to eradicate the "mindless, godless" militant group Boko Haram and rescue hundreds of women and children held captive, including 200 girls taken from the town of Chibok a year ago. In his inaugural address as elected leader of Africa's most populous...

  • *India returned to Iran for imports after hiatus. Imports by Iran's four biggest buyers- China, India, Japan and South Korea- totalled 1.17 million bpd last month, down 4.1 percent on year and the highest since hitting 1.21 million bpd in December, government and tanker-tracking data showed. Iran, the United States, Britain, France, Germany, Russia and China reached a...

  • ISIS' latest victory puts valuable relics at risk Thursday, 21 May 2015 | 11:06 AM ET
    The external courtyard of the sanctuary of Baal in the ancient oasis city of Palmyra, Syria.

    ISIS' seizure of Palmyra intensified fears that the 2,000-year-old site's archaeological treasures would be destroyed, NBC News reports.

  • Secretary of State John Kerry on Tuesday made an impassioned plea to Congress to pass fast-track legislation needed for a 12- nation Pacific trade agreement, saying that failure to do so would benefit U.S. rivals. Prospects for sealing the Trans-Pacific Partnership cleared a crucial test in the U.S. Senate last Thursday, when the chamber resoundingly agreed...

  • It was the third time in as many years that U.S. authorities have made accusations of economic espionage conducted on behalf of China, a sign that the United States is increasingly focused on what it has termed a top national security concern. One of the suspects, Professor Hao Zhang, 36, was arrested on Saturday in Los Angeles after he arrived on a flight from China,...

  • *Front month U.S. crude was up 8 cents at $59.51 a barrel at 0018 GMT, after finishing down 26 cents in the previous session. *Global crude oil prices are not expected to fall in the second half of 2015, Kuwait's OPEC governor said on Monday, and any surplus supply was due to shale producers rather than OPEC. *Crude output by OPEC member Algeria will rise by at least 32,000...

  • Kerry's tough words won't scare Beijing: Pro Wednesday, 13 May 2015 | 9:44 PM ET
    Kerry's tough words won't scare Beijing: Pro

    Christian Whiton, principal at the DC International Advisory, discusses news that U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will take a "tough approach" over disputes in the South China Sea.

  • Can Kerry thaw chilly US-Russia relations? Tuesday, 12 May 2015 | 11:21 PM ET
    Can Kerry thaw chilly US-Russia relations?

    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry met President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday during his first visit to Russia since the Ukraine crisis began. CNBC's Geoff Cutmore reports from Moscow.

  • UPDATE 2-Saudi Arabia offers five-day Yemen ceasefire Thursday, 7 May 2015 | 10:31 AM ET

    RIYADH/ CAIRO, May 7- Saudi Arabia offered a five-day humanitarian truce on Thursday to the Houthi militia it has hit with weeks of airstrikes in neighboring Yemen, on condition that fighting across Yemen stops. The offer of a truce comes days after the Houthis started shelling Saudi border towns, prompting renewed airstrikes in Yemen, and as the militia advanced...

  • CAIRO/ RIYADH, May 7- Saudi Arabia said all options were open including ground operations to stop mortar attacks on its border towns by Yemen's Houthi militia, as its jets hammered the group's positions ahead of U.S.-led talks on a temporary truce. Secretary of State John Kerry began negotiations in Riyadh to pause the campaign of airstrikes launched by a...

  • Saudi Arabia mulling land operations on Yemen border Thursday, 7 May 2015 | 6:07 AM ET

    CAIRO/ RIYADH, May 7- Saudi Arabia said all options were open including ground operations to stop mortar attacks on its border towns by Yemen's Houthi militia, as its jets hammered the group's positions ahead of U.S.-led talks on a temporary truce. Secretary of State John Kerry began negotiations in Riyadh to pause the campaign of airstrikes launched by a...