Montana Sen. Steve Daines would have you believe that his signature on a controversial letter to the government of Iran was born from a concern about nuclear arms.
Wyoming’s Sens. Mike Enzi and John Barrasso were among 47 Republican senators who signed a letter to Iran’s leaders about the Obama administration’s negotiations over its nuclear program.
HELENA — U.S. Sen. Steve Daines said Wednesday he signed Senate Republicans’ “open letter” to Iranian leaders this week to ensure that any nuclear agreement reached by President Barack Obama has the approval of Congress and prevents Iran from having a nuclear weapon.
MUNICH — Sitting next to Iran's foreign minister on Sunday as he said that another extension of the nuclear talks isn't "in the interests of anybody," it seemed clear that this particular can isn't going to get kicked down the road much farther.
Downtown Billings is welcoming one new face and one new expansion from an old, familiar name.
WASHINGTON — The world has been so chaotic lately that it was easy to overlook two U.S. diplomatic maneuvers — involving the turbulent nations of Afghanistan and Iran — that avoided what could have been dangerous ruptures.
WASHINGTON — The infinitely valuable Yiddish word "chutzpah" is defined as "shameless audacity" or "impudence."
WASHINGTON — Let’s look at the reality on the ground in the Middle East: Iraq and Syria are effectively partitioned along sectarian lines; Lebanon and Yemen are close to fracturing; Turkey, Egypt and Saudi Arabia survive intact, but as increasingly authoritarian states.
How do we stop Iran? Considering the threat that a nuclear-armed Iran would pose to Israel and the Middle East at-large, it’s a critical question to ask ourselves.
TEHRAN — Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said that despite hitting a “snag” in nuclear negotiations last week, Iran is committed “100 percent” to reaching a comprehensive final agreement. But he voiced tough positions on key issues and said “it’s going to be a bumpy road,” with…
ABU DHABI — This has been a year when America re-embraced diplomacy after a frustrating decade of war, displaying a relentlessly pragmatic approach that recalls the days of such deal-making former secretaries of state as Henry Kissinger and James A. Baker III.
The crackup ahead lies in the mismatch between the challenges facing America and the public’s willingness to support an activist foreign policy to deal with them. Simply put: There is a splintering of the traditional consensus for global engagement at the very time that some big new problems…
WASHINGTON — Now that the Obama administration has won its breakthrough first-step nuclear deal with Iran, officials are planning strategy for the decisive second round that over the next six months will seek a broader and tougher comprehensive agreement.
HELENA — On the day the Obama administration revealed an interim nuclear agreement with Iran, U.S. Sen. Jon Tester was in Israel, meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu – and Tester says Netanyahu was not happy.
CASPER, Wyo. — With the fracas over Iran’s nuclear ambitions back in the spotlight, Liz Cheney and Sen. Mike Enzi laid out their positions on that country’s nuclear policy on Thursday.
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama is approaching one of those moments when a big turn in foreign policy is possible. People can debate whether it's the equivalent of the opening to China or the end of the Cold War, but there's no doubt that this is a time of opportunity — and that, as the …
WASHINGTON -- On foreign policy, President Obama effectively posted a sign on the White House lawn last summer that said: Come back after Election Day.
LARAMIE, Wyo. — Attacks on international forces by Afghan soldiers and police are disheartening but will not diminish the United States' commitment in Afghanistan, said Gen. James Mattis, the top U.S. commander in the Middle East.
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