The disappearance and alleged murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi is worsening relations between US allies Turkey and Saudi Arabia. An expert on the region believes there may be a way out.
Americans seem to believe trade deficits are a bad thing, partly because of arguments suggesting they mean the US is 'losing.' An economist explains why that's rubbish.
Insiders talk of Brexit as a distraction that is compromising influence on this important international body.
Indonesian media's coverage of Scott Morrison's appointment as Australia's new Prime Minister signals increased public awareness of Australian politics.
Qatar's decision to aid Turkey in the face of American sanctions against the country may finally be a snub too far for its close relationship with the US.
How can sporting events like the Asian Games contribute to global peace?
The extensive media coverage of the Helsinki meeting was almost universally critical of Trump, which overshadowed the chance to ask more meaningful questions about how the world deals with Russia.
How long can a rogue regime survive assassination attempts, sanctions, bankruptcy, humanitarian crisis and mass unrest? When it comes to Venezuela, President Maduro may cling to power for some time.
After a week spent trampling the international order, Trump capped his performance by giving Vladimir Putin the benefit of the doubt.
Croatia lost to France but has won unprecedented public exposure.
The interest and theatre around the Helsinki meeting may be high, but meaningful negotiation is seriously restricted for many reasons.
From awkwardness and confusion to rancour, Trump certainly left his mark on the 2018 NATO summit.
A new strategy from the UN secretary general challenges the world to explain why it's not doing more to defuse the nuclear threat.
Trump's assault on the global trade system could be just a prelude to his next moves.
A flavor of diplomacy that focuses on science cuts through political differences and finds new ways for nations to work together.
In 2016, the number of international tourists to the US dropped by more than 2 percent, while tourism trended upward worldwide. There are several explanations for the dip.
Seven world leaders with axes to grind are preparing to sit round one table. Sparks will fly.
Populist politics can only be sustained if the reality of international co-operation is conveniently set aside.
As the UK and US retreat from the global scene, Germany is ready to step up to preserve the liberal international order and is seeking a seat on the UN Security Council.
Donald Trump, Emmanuel Macron and Theresa May all have something to prove at home by bombing Syria.