The world needs great leaders who thrive on making a positive difference to people’s lives and not on festering fear and war mongering.
An academic who has studied the American far right explores whether the alt-right can become a sustained political force.
The United States and other countries are right to reject the TPP, but President-elect Donald Trump's claims about it are misguided.
In early December, the nations of the world are poised to take an historic step on nuclear weapons. Yet Australia sticks out like a sore thumb among Asia-Pacific nations in arguing against change.
The outcome of this election may depend more on what we make of it than on what Trump and his advisers intend. Though daunting, the challenge is pregnant with possibilities.
Scholars from the U.S., Ireland, Australia and France provide perspective on President-elect Donald Trump.
The government's message to asylum seekers is already clear: you are not welcome, and you will not be resettled in Australia. Surely that message does not need to be any harsher.
It's hard to contain a mosquito-borne infection like Zika when the conditions are ideal for it to spread.
Australia can learn from the US where state governments have attracted foreign investment in manufacturing that contributes to local economies.
Unlike the Kyoto Protocol, which languished for years, the Paris climate agreement is rocketing towards the threshold for it to enter into international law – leaving Australia in its wake.
What do we know about Russia's cyber strategy, capabilities, and intentions? This top-notch adversary is more advanced and stealthier than any other.
By many estimates, the senator from Vermont has lost the Democratic nomination for president of the U.S. But a King's College scholar explains how he can win.
Conservative MP David Davies has been telling anti-TTIP activists that a leave vote is how they can torpedo the deal.
Cooperatives like Murray Goulburn and Fonterra and dairy farmers need to accept that lower milk prices will be the new normal in a more competitive global market.
Between 1995 and 2013 the US provided about US$98 billion in aid to sub-Saharan Africa. But the country's economic and political reach is slowly declining.
Cuba punches above its weight in a number of sectors and the US would be wise to take note.
Europeans who have travelled to Iran, Iraq, Sudan or Syria now need a visa to travel to the US. Why?
Apartheid South Africa started a war in which it could not maintain a strategic advantage. It misread the quest for national liberation and international opinion that undermined its effectiveness.
Analysis of free trade agreements with New Zealand, the US and Thailand show these failed to boost Australian agriculture and food imports.
Disputes over intellectual property and car parts are emerging as last-minute hurdles as negotiators race to complete the Trans-Pacific Partnership ahead of elections.