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Secy. John Kerry's address at the U.N. reminded some people of Colin Powell's case to go to war against Iraq.
Secretary of State John Kerry speaks about the role of the U.S. in Iraq and building a coalition to defeat ISIS.
While talking in a private meeting, Secretary of State John Kerry warned Israel could become an "apartheid state" if it does not work towards a two-state solution. Kerry has since apologized for the remarks, but not before critics on the right and left slammed his use of the term. CNN has obtained the tape of the talk, and Wolf Blitzer discusses it with The Daily Beast's Josh Rogin, who broke the story.
In an interview with Wolf Blitzer, Newt Gingrich defends a series of tweets in which he called for Secretary of State John Kerry to resign from his post over his policy on climate change.
Israeli defense minister Moshe Ya'alon has apologized after offensive comments where he called U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry "messianic" and incapable of teaching Israelis anything. CNN's Jim Sciutto reports.
Secretary of State John Kerry travels to the Middle East to discuss peace between the Israelis and Palestinians.
Secy. of State Kerry voiced his regret over the strip search and treatment of an Indian diplomat's arrest in New York.
In his short time as Secretary of State, John Kerry has achieved some important accomplishments. So how does his ongoing term compare to that of his predecessor, Hillary Clinton? CNN's Jill Dougherty reports on the two distinct styles of achieving diplomatic success and the two legacies that will shape U.S. foreign policy for years to come.
It has been a historic week at the United Nations General Assembly that ended in a significant first step today: A meeting between Secretary of State John Kerry and Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammed Javad Zarif. It is the highest level meeting between the two countries since the Iranian revolution in 1979. Many people are hopeful that it could spur some movement towards a diplomatic solution on the issue of Iranian nuclear power. CNN's Jim Sciutto reports.