Asian geopolitics and the Philippine economy may be hit if Manila ends up breaking historic military and economic ties with the U.S.
No matter who wins the election, the United States must not become isolationist, former NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen tells CNBC.
Anders Rasmussen, "The Will to Lead" author, discusses what he hopes to hear from Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton on American's global leadership role in trade and military defense.
The assault on Mosul could be one be the biggest military operations in Iraq since the 2003 invasion that toppled Saddam Hussein.
Iraqi forces will retake Mosul after heavy fighting but rebuilding Iraq will take even longer, says Chicago Council on Global Affairs's Ivo Daalder.
Syrian rebels said they captured the village of Dabiq from Islamic State on Sunday, forcing the jihadist group from a stronghold.
It is hard to make a cold-eyed assessment of Thailand's King Bhumibol, partly because of the country's draconian lese majeste laws.
Ernest Moniz on Thursday said Russia is forcing the United States to focus on its nuclear security.
Thailand's people woke up on Friday to the first day in 70 years without a king who guided the nation through decades of change and turmoil.
Veteran lawmaker Vladimir Zhirinovsky warns that a win for Democratic rival Hillary Clinton could spark World War Three.
The U.S. military launched cruise missile strikes on coastal radar sites in Yemen in retaliation of a failed missile attack on a U.S. Navy ship.
The U.S. military is striking back against Yemen, reports NBC News' Richard Engel.
The Pentagon launched strikes in Yemen on Wednesday, marking its first-ever direct military action against Houthi-controlled targets in the country's conflict.
The U.S. military launching a Tomahawk cruise missile against radar sites in Yemen after earlier in the week missiles were fired at an American Navy ship from a rebel-controlled area.
The University of Maryland's Anil Gupta talks about tensions between the South Asian neighbors.
The amount of territory controlled by the Islamist militant group, the so-called Islamic State (ISIS), has shrunk by 16 percent so far this year.
A Saudi-led coalition airstrike hit a funeral hall in Yemen Saturday, killing over 140 and wounding more than 525, a U.N. official said.
India could use Pakistan's desperate need for water as leverage in their latest tussle over militants in Kashmir.
Juan Manuel Santos was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts to end the country's civil war with FARC rebels.
Soros has vehemently condemned Russia's bombing campaign in Syria, accusing President Vladimir Putin of aggressively exploiting a power void.