The U.S. and its allies have long sought to pressure Russia and China into backing such a statement against Iran, amidst fears that Israel would unilaterally attack Iran in a pre-emptive measure in lieu of finding a diplomatic solution to the crisis.
orth and South Korea technically remain at war since 1953, when their civil war ended in a truce instead of a peace treaty.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu expressed impatience on Monday, saying that Israel has the right to stop Iran from acquiring nuclear weaponry.
U.S. President Barack Obama's speech Thursday night earned mixed reviews, but his reminder of the campaign promises he ran on in 2008 made members of the audience emotional. Obama reminded the audience that all Americans, Democrat and Republican, have problems that can be solved.
John Kerry, the one-time presidential nominee of the Democratic Party back in 2004, took the stage at the Democratic National Convention (DNC) Thursday night to support President Barack Obama's candidacy for a second term. The senior senator from Massachusetts and the tenth most senior figure in the Senate had one of the best speeches of the night by most accounts. John Kerry Speech At DNC 2012 Rattles GOP, Romney-Ryan Ticket [VIDEO, FULL TRANSCRIPT]
For the moment, let’s set aside the friction in U.S.-Israeli relations over Iran’s nuclear program, which serves neither Washington nor Jerusalem.
Former U.S. intel chief Michael Hayden talks about the known-unknowns of an attack on Iran, questioning whether Israel had the ability to take unilateral action against Tehran.
Iran could strike U.S. bases in the Middle East in response to any Israeli strike on its nuclear facilities, the leader of Lebanon's Iranian-backed militant group Hezbollah said Monday.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu demanded Sunday a "clear red line" be drawn that would convince Tehran that world powers are serious about stopping Iran from building nuclear weapons.
Iran's Supreme Leader has declared that Iran has and never will pursue a nuclear weapon, and that possessing one is "a big and unforgivable sin."
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon communicated to Iranian leaders his strong disapproval of Iran's rights record and of its stand on key issues causing regional and global tensions, within hours of his arrival in Tehran to attend the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) summit Wednesday.
The state-controlled Air Koryo has a fleet of about thirty, mostly older Russian-made aircraft, and flies to 14 foreign airports in six countries -- including, of all places, Kuwait.
John McCain's convention speech, which blasted Obama's foreign policy, reeked of American exceptionalism and broadly encouraged the United States to make itself the world's policeman.
North Korean and Japanese officials meet for the first time in four years, but solutions to core issues blocking normal diplomatic relations remain far off.
Oil is at the heart of Indian-Iranian relations today.
Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi will visit one of Iran's nuclear facilities this week, adding to the growing speculation about his relationship with the Iranian regime.
As the Non-Aligned Movement summit begins in Tehran, members aspire to become an organization of authority in matters of global peacekeeping.
As North Korea's figurehead of state visits Iran for the Non-Aligned Movement summit from Aug. 26 to Aug. 31, the U.N. and the U.S. will be paying close attention to the development of these two nations' relationship.
Kim Jong-un's regime may not prove to be more moderate than its predecessors, and could soon be an even bigger headache. A nuclear one.
What could Israel use in a strike against Iran? How would Iran defend itself, and what could it do afterwards?
Iran announced an ungraded version of a short-range ballistic missile system, the Fatah-110 or Conqueror at a ceremony Tuesday presided over by President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
The Kamra base is believed to store some of Pakistan’s estimated 100 nuclear warheads.