Former Vice President Joe Biden was grilled on Friday about the Obama administration’s record of detaining migrant children in what activists have described as “cages” -- with the 2020 hopeful claiming the government did it to keep them “safe.”
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg on Saturday (15 February) said harmful online content should be regulated, adding that his company should be subject to a regulatory framework that is different from those used for existing media and telecoms companies.
Addressing the Munich Security Conference on Saturday (15 February), Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskiy repeated his plea for Western support, while indicated his openness to hold local elections in the separatist-held regions of Donetsk and Lugansk together with the rest of the country in October.
As high-ranking security leaders gather in Bavaria for the annual Munich Security Conference this weekend, EURACTIV gives you a glimpse into what is driving the conversation on foreign, defence and security policy. Here's Day 1 in a nutshell.
To keep a promise as he runs for re-election, Trump uses more military funds to pay for the border wall.
Agents from a special tactical team that normally confronts smugglers on the border are being sent to sanctuary cities across the country.
People should never be punished for things they haven’t done.
Germany's President Frank Walter Steinmeier accused Washington, Beijing and Moscow on Friday (14 February) of jeopardising the international order by stoking global mistrust and insecurity with a "great powers competition".
The president has become increasingly disillusioned with the state where he made his name and with the man who leads it, Governor Andrew Cuomo.
Russia's foreign ministry on Thursday (13 February) called on Turkey to refrain from making provocative statements about events in Syria amid rising tensions over the Syrian province of Idlib.
The formal notification to Congress prompted bipartisan outcry and accusations that the administration had again overstepped its constitutional authority.
The prosecutor was assigned by the attorney general to scrutinize the agents and analysts who sought to understand Russia’s covert operation to help Donald J. Trump win the 2016 election.
President Trump had a busy morning on Twitter and the radio, in a tirade that rivaled his most grievance-filled moments since becoming president.
A summary decision kicks an untold number of legal immigrants off the path to citizenship.
A start-up says it has developed a smartphone tool through which voters can cast ballots anywhere. But researchers say the app is riddled with security flaws.
High-ranking security leaders descend on Bavaria this weekend for the Munich Security Conference, often dubbed the 'Davos of global security, as flashpoints across the world multiply and the rift between Europe and Washington widens. Here are a couple of issues to watch.
The UN Security Council on Wednesday (12 February) adopted a resolution calling for a "lasting ceasefire" in war-torn Libya, where a fragile truce has been in place since January.
President Mahmoud Abbas called the Trump plan an illegitimate, one-sided proposal that rewards Israel’s occupation.
The governor will meet with the president on Thursday to discuss the ban on N.Y.-based applications to Trusted Traveler programs.
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