Secretary of State John Kerry’s first overseas trip will bring him to Turkey on Friday, a once-close Western ally that has pivoted from America and Israel toward Iran.
Sen. John Kerry’s (D., Mass.) confirmation hearing for his nomination to be secretary of state, the highest-ranking cabinet post, began this morning before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
President Barack Obama’s secretary of state nominee Sen. John Kerry (D., Mass.) went before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee for the beginning of his confirmation hearing this morning.
President Barack Obama is expected to nominate failed presidential candidate and current Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry to be secretary of state, according to multiple news reports.
Amid speculation that President Barack Obama will reward major donor Anna Wintour with an ambassadorship, Oscar de la Renta dismissed those rumors in an interview with Women’s Wear Daily. The designer suggested that Wintour would be better suited to be secretary of state.
When Sen. John Kerry (Mass.) takes the stage tonight to deliver the Democratic National Convention’s keynote foreign policy address, viewers will be listening to a man who over the past decade has been the highest-ranking apologist for Syria’s Assad regime in American politics.
The Law of the Sea Treaty, which some have called Sen. John Kerry’s “audition” for secretary of state in a potential Obama second term, has failed in the U.S. Senate.
A CNN pundit who has advocated nuclear containment of Iran and expressed antipathy towards American democracy is said to be on the short list for a top diplomatic post in a second Obama administration—perhaps even secretary of State. That is raising red flags across Capitol Hill and within foreign policy circles.