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The USS Lassen, a guided-missile destroyer, is nearing the limit around artificial islands built by China in the South China Sea.
Greece commits to house 30,000 refugees, with the UN to provide another 20,000 places, Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Saturday the Kremlin wanted Syria to prepare for parliamentary and presidential elections.
Political and social crises are hampering Europe's recovery. And even though they may have risen separately, they're increasingly interlinked.
Dennis Ross, "Doomed to Succeed," author discusses the relationship between the United States and Israel as tensions continue to escalate in the Middle East.
Thousands of migrants were forced on a slower route through Slovenia to reach Western Europe, after Hungary closed its border.
Abe is pursuing a doctrine of collective self defense with allies in order to counterbalance the military power of an increasingly assertive China.
Egyptian voters shunned the parliamentary election that President Sisi has hailed as a democratic milestone.
Constructing lighthouses in the Spratlys was a shrewd move to help buttress China's territorial claims, say experts.
Claus Raidl, president of Austria's central bank, discusses how much exposure the country's major banks have to China's debt.
In the current environment, the ECB might have to fight harder to prevent a stalling, or a recessionary relapse, of the euro area economy.
The transition back to civilian life for service members can be challenging, and a filmmaker intends to show how hard that struggle is.
President Barack Obama has thrown away decades of foreign policy wins in the Mideast, says Niall Ferguson, a Harvard historian and biographer of Henry Kissinger.
Frank Kendall has a lot of power with the defense industry, and he represents its number one customer — the U.S. taxpayer.
Defense companies are seeing fewer contracts, so they are using part of their profits to buy back shares and boost stock prices. However, Frank Kendall thinks some of those profits, which come from taxpayers, should be put into R&D. He is the Undersecretary for Acquisitions at the Pentagon, the man with the checkbook.
The F-35 is the most expensive program in Pentagon history, and has been filled with setbacks. But Defense Undersecretary for Acquisitions Frank Kendall has faith in the aircraft, though he would have developed the program differently.
In the face of lower defense spending, defense companies may consolidate. Lockheed Martin's purchase of Sikorsky may close this month and the man at the Pentagon in charge of spending money -- Undersecretary Frank Kendall -- is concerned he will end up with only a few large companies to choose from.
Boeing successfully challenged a decision awarding the Air Force refueling tanker contract to a rival, but at a cost. The program has been delayed and expensive, and the Pentagon's head of acquisitions says Boeing is on the hook for much of the extra costs, impacting its ability to make money on the program.
President Obama is set to announce he will slow plans to draw down U.S. troops from Afghanistan and keep the current force of 9,800 through most of 2016.
The number of troops to remain in Afghanistan is much higher than President Obama's original target of 1,000, reports CNBC's Joe Kernen.