Foreign Policy

As president, Barack Obama travelled to over 51 countries. He has cemented his foreign relations legacy through his choice of official travel.

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump took part in the Commander-in-Chief’s Forum, hosted by NBC News’ Matt Lauer, on Wednesday night. The discussion focused on how the two presidential candidates would address issues of national security and allowed them to explain their respective approaches to foreign policy. Retired U.S. Army General John Hawkins, III spoke with Roland […]

Bernie Sanders recently detailed his plans to reform the criminal justice system and the importance of the Black Lives Matter movement.

“Nobody has been able to sit down with him and have him get one iota of intelligent information about the Middle East,” said Duane R. Clarridge, a top adviser to Mr. Carson on terrorism and national security.

Over the past few days, rappers have been recognized for their influence in society. Earlier this week, Kanye West received an honorary doctorate degree from the…

Just months after Cuban officials declared they have a right to grant asylum to U.S. fugitives despite thawing relations, comes chatter that the federal government…

Mounting his political offensive against ISIS, President Barack Obama dismissed the conceit that the group is fighting from a religious perspective, labeling them instead as…

I’m not sure what’s more exhausting: The invocation of primates when discussing Black people, much less the first Black man to be elected president of the…

Roland Martin talks with DeWayne Wickham of the USA Today about what he calls a double standard in United States foreign policy when it comes to saving the lives of Africans. Visit the USA Today to read DeWayne Wickham’s column, Why a double standard in U.S. foreign policy? LISTEN: