The 30-year-old agreement was put in place to ensure that Russia and the United States could monitor each other’s military movements.
As part of a push to carve a canal alongside the waterway, Turkey’s president signaled that he could scrap a treaty that has kept peace in the region for decades.
The tribe’s Supreme Court excised language from its constitution that limited the citizenship rights of descendants of Black people who had been enslaved by the tribe before the Civil War.
More than 100 nations have approved an accord phasing down a planet-warming coolant. The U.S. isn’t among them.
The two leaders, who do not have a history of friendliness, spoke just a few weeks before the treaty is set to expire.
Washington withdrew from the treaty, which lets countries make reconnaissance flights over each other’s territory, last year. Moscow’s move could signal difficulties for the Biden administration.
The president-elect also plans to pursue a “follow-on negotiation” with Iran over its missile capabilities if Tehran re-enters compliance with the nuclear deal.
At a moment when the United States has pulled back from its allies, the former secretary of state lamented the Trump administration’s allergy to international accords.
Fifty countries have now ratified the treaty, so it will become international law. The United States and the eight other nuclear-armed powers reject it but have failed to stop its advance.
As world leaders meet for the 75th United Nations General Assembly this week, the gatherings are virtual, but the challenges all too real.
Enslaved people were also driven west along the Trail of Tears. After a historic Supreme Court ruling, their descendants are fighting to be counted as tribal members.
The European pact, signed in Istanbul in 2011, was intended to protect women but has become a target for populist leaders who claim it threatens “traditional families.”
The 19th Amendment did not bring the right to vote to all Native women, but two experts in a conversation said it did usher in the possibility of change.
From my elders, I learned that justice is sometimes seven generations away or more — and inevitable.
After decades of betrayals and broken treaties, the Supreme Court ruled that much of Oklahoma is their land, after all.
The Trump administration is portraying the small but increasingly potent Chinese arsenal — still only one-fifth the size of the United States’ or Russia’s — as the big new threat.
Mr. Trump’s decision, the third major retreat from arms control agreements, will be viewed as evidence that he also plans an exit from the last major arms treaty with Russia: New START.