WASHINGTON - Secretary of State John F. Kerry told Congress on Wednesday that any chance of resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict by creating a separate Palestinian state may be lost in two years.
MOSCOW - Iran on Monday offered a blistering critique of a proposal by six world powers to rein in its nuclear program, marking the latest setback in efforts to find a diplomatic solution to the conflict.
WASHINGTON - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told a
joint session of Congress he is prepared to make "painful
compromises" for peace, but he offered few of the concessions that
President Obama has sought to revive Palestinian negotiations.
WASHINGTON - President Obama warned Libyan leader Moammar
Gadhafi to halt attacks on Libyan civilians or face international
military retaliation, but repeatedly emphasized Friday that
America's goals and role in this Middle Eastern intervention would
be sharply limited.
WASHINGTON - As they prepare for a summit on nuclear security in
Washington this week, Obama administration officials have been
quietly trying to craft a common position for world powers that
remain sharply divided on the best way to safeguard bomb-making