President Obama meets with Vietnam’s President in Hanoi; at least 65 were killed in a series of suicide bombing in Syria; 18 girls were killed in fire at a boarding school dorm in Northern Thailand, reports CNBC's Sue Herera. » Read More
Discussing worldwide security and intelligence, and the economic impact, with Wendy Sherman, former State Department official.
Olivier Guitta, managing director of GlobalStrat, says the West's failures in Syria allowed ISIS to flourish and led to more terrorism.
CNBC's Hadley Gamble discusses the political situation in Syria.
A Turkish member of the Islamic State militant group was responsible for Saturday's suicide bombing in Istanbul, Turkey's interior minister said.
March 18- Battered by war which has inflicted incalculable damage on industry, infrastructure and economy, Syria's currency hit new lows this week after Russia said it was reducing its military support to President Bashar al-Assad. Backed by financial and trade support from Iran, Syria's government succeeded in stabilising the pound early in the conflict.
Some success in combating terrorist groups and a possible bottoming out of oil prices mean it could be time to invest in Iraq, analysts have said.
Wesley Clark, a former NATO supreme allied commander, says there is a lot of finesse needed in how the U.S. handles its efforts in the region.
Wesley Clark, former NATO Supreme Allied Commander, discusses international hot-button issues including Russia's withdrawal from Syria and Iran's missile test.
Geopolitical experts say it wouldn't take much to get Vladimir Putin to put Russia right back in the middle of the Syrian conflict.
James Dorsey from the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies explains the significance of Putin withdrawing Russian forces from Syria.
Stratfor's Sim Tack says the parties involved have trouble agreeing on the points of negotiation and are still shaping their positions.
CNBC's Sue Herera provides insight to a report on Russia withdrawing troops from Syria.
David Miliband, International Rescue Committee, provides insight to the political fallout from failing to address the refugee problem in Europe.
BERLIN, March 12- Burkhard Scholz, the manager of a four-star hotel on the wooded shore of a lake near Berlin, had 10 trainee jobs up for grabs last year. "In Germany we can't find any young people who want to do this extremely demanding trainee programme... Like other hotel bosses, Scholz sees the 1.1 million migrants who arrived in Germany last year as potential...
Oil's fall has been spectacular, but the market is not out of the woods. Not by a long shot, says John Kilduff.
An Islamic State commander described as the group's de facto minister of war may have been killed in Syria, several U.S. officials said on Tuesday.
Germany is seeking a longer-term solution to the migrant crisis, a key ally of Merkel said, as EU leaders came to a tentative deal with Turkey.
Discussing a possible cease-fire agreement in Syria, Amsterdam & Partners LLP international lawyer, Robert Amsterdam says Russian President Vladimir Putin is an “expert" at exacerbating a crisis.
A bomb at an Iraqi checkpoint south of Baghdad killed at least 60 people and wounded more than 70 on Sunday, medical and security officials said.
Jim Cramer went down his checklist of events that needed to occur in order for the market to bottom, to determine if this rally is sustainable.