Foreign policy doesn't always make headlines in presidential campaigns, but with the U.S. involved in two foreign wars — and facing a rising adversary in China, voters are paying more attention.
Catch up on key developments and the latest in-depth coverage of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
The Ukrainian president spoke to Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and the Parliament, and made a plea for warplanes.
Western defense officials are meeting to coordinate military assistance to Ukraine. Germany has resisted their efforts to persuade the country to export its Leopard 2 tanks, or allow others to do so.
President Biden said in a guest essay in The New York Times that he's decided to provide Ukraine with more advanced rockets that will enable it to more precisely strike targets on the battlefield.
Foreign Minister Joseph Wu tells NPR about the threat the island faces from China, and how the U.S. is helping Taiwan's military prepare.
Russian criticism of Western military aid to Ukraine is not new. But recent rhetoric reflects efforts to build public consensus for the need of a protracted — if not existential — war with the West.