Sergey Lavrov accused Washington and its allies of trying to establish a new world order "based on rules they created themselves."
The killing of Soleimani could be justified, but it appears to have been impulsive, reckless and unplanned.
Improving the foreign policy questions at the next debate will help Democratic voters choose wisely.
Why does anyone listen to Ben Rhodes's foreign policy opinions?
Russia's foreign policy chief has blamed what he described as “aggressive” U.S. policies for growing global tensions
Presidential candidates can learn from one “endless war” by not entering another.
Could views formed over a lifetime of opposing American intervention translate into effective strategy?
Italy scrambled to salvage diplomatic credibility on Thursday after its bid to play a central role in resolving Libya's long-running conflict came off the rails, revealing failures at the heart of the government.
About five years ago, former Defense Secretary Robert Gates reached what was then considered a startling conclusion: Joe Biden, who was at that point the vice president, had been wrong about “nearly every major foreign policy and national security issue over the past four decades.”
Joe Biden mixed up Iraq and Iran during a major foreign policy speech he gave in New York meant to be a rebuke of President Trump ordering an airstrike on Iranian terrorist Qassem Soleimani.
As President Donald Trump and his allies explain the recent decision to launch a fatal strike on Iranian military leader Qasam Soleimani, one name continues to pop up: Barack Obama.