Foreign Affairs

The president has stopped supporting the Saudi-led coalition bombing Yemen, but must also restore U.S. assistance for the struggling country, activists say.
Adel Al-Hasani has investigated his country's crisis for the BBC, CNN and Vice. Allies of the United Arab Emirates have imprisoned him for nearly six months.
The president announced his shift from both Presidents Donald Trump and Barack Obama in a speech describing how he will "course correct" America's international approach.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken said the U.S. would use the five years of the New START treaty’s renewal to pursue limits on all of Russia’s nuclear weapons.
The White House, in its description of the call, did not say that an agreement had been reached though its tone was upbeat.
Acting U.S. Ambassador Richard Mills said the U.S. hopes to build confidence on both sides to create an environment to reach a two-state solution.
Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) is leading hard-liners in smearing former White House official Rob Malley. Biden's response could be a key sign about his foreign policy.
Activists sent the president-elect a list of 100 experts they say would help him craft a less hawkish U.S. approach — highlighting their diversity and lack of corporate ties.
Sens. Kyrsten Sinema and Mark Kelly of Arizona helped quash motions to stop Trump from selling $13 billion in sophisticated weaponry to the United Arab Emirates.
The U.S. began helping the Saudis bomb their neighbor under President Barack Obama. Eighty advocacy groups asked Biden to make amends in a Monday message shared exclusively with HuffPost.