Diplomacy

World powers regret US pullout from Iran nuclear deal

May 9, 2018

World powers involved in the Iran nuclear agreement expressed regret at Trump's decision to pull the U.S. out of the pact amid concern the move will undermine efforts to stop the spread of atomic weapons

Cyprus urges immediate UN bid for quick peace talks restart

May 7, 2018

Cyprus' foreign minister says a fresh U.N. bid to scope out changes of restarting talks to reunify the ethnically divided island without delay

Pompeo dives into NATO diplomacy as allies confront Russia

Apr 27, 2018

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo rebuked Russia Friday for aggression beyond its borders and vowed to restore the relevance of a badly demoralized State Department

NATO backs Afghan leader's offer of talks with the Taliban

Apr 27, 2018

NATO is backing Afghan President Ashraf Ghani's offer of peace talks to the Taliban, embracing what top officials say is an "unprecedented" opportunity to end the conflict in the insurgency-wracked country

Tense Russia ties, Afghan peace hopes top NATO agenda

Apr 26, 2018

NATO will hold its last major meeting in its old headquarters, with talks focused on strained ties with Russia, a fresh peace effort in Afghanistan and a new training mission for Iraq

Cyprus leaders' meeting aims to restart peace talks

Apr 12, 2018

The chief negotiator for ethnically split Cyprus' Greek Cypriots says next week's meeting between the rival Greek and Turkish Cypriot leaders aims to pave the way for a full resumption of moribund reunification talks

The Latest: Italy rejects France's claim to Italian station

Mar 31, 2018

Italy is disputing France's claim that its border control agents had a right to use an Italian train station facility to carry out a drug test on a Nigerian man taken off a Paris-Naples train

Belgian parliament cuts endowment to Prince Laurent

Mar 30, 2018

The Belgian parliament has cut the endowment of the ever-controversial Prince Laurent after he showed up at a Chinese diplomatic function in military uniform without the consent of the government.

Serbia's president seeks Putin's advice on Kosovo crisis

Mar 28, 2018

Serbia's president asks Putin on how to counter Kosovo's "violence and aggression" against Serbs

Cyprus: Yes to Turkey as gas ally, but no gunboat diplomacy

Mar 27, 2018

Cyprus' president says he'd like to have Turkey as an ally in the island-nation's bid to exploit potential offshore gas reserves, but Ankara must stop its "gunboat diplomacy" that prevents exploratory drilling

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