He’s 28, a Prince and Representing a Kingdom: Meet Washington’s Newest Ambassador

Prince Khalid bin Salman will rely on his royal status to promote Saudi Arabia’s interests in Washington, but his track record is unproven.

Where There’s Smoke, There’s a Conspiracy Theory at a Russian Consulate

Just what the Russians had set afire at their consulate in San Francisco, a day after the State Department ordered it shuttered, remains a burning question.

Turkish Guards Will Be Charged in Embassy Protest, Officials Say

Members of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s security detail are to face misdemeanor and felony counts in an attack on protesters in Washington last month.

A Look Back at Reagan’s Berlin Wall Speech, 30 Years Later

Standing at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin at the height of the Cold War, the American leader challenged his Soviet counterpart to “tear down this wall!”

Trump Has Busy Day in Vortex of Middle East Relations

The president’s bid to be a peacemaker between Qatar and neighbors, and a daylong effort to express sympathy to Iran, show the region’s complexities.

Trump Targets German Trade, and the South Grimaces

By ALAN BLINDER and RICHARD FAUSSET May 31, 2017 GREER, S.C. — No matter that this small Southern city sits squarely in the middle of Trump country: The president, with his criticism of German trade policy, was setting off alarm bells in the...