The 82nd Airborne taking part in NATO exercises in Spain.
No election in recent times has so clearly presented American voters with such a stark choice when it comes to U.S. foreign policy. A guide to the major differences.
Round ‘em up.
Washington has been trying to corral the ASEAN countries into a unified bloc against China – but it could actually destabilise the region further.
The Republicans' disaster of a frontrunner is making moves to appear more presidential. Is anyone fooled?
What’s he saying about me?
Barack Obama's dour disappointment with Europe is far more powerful than his worries about a Brexit.
The Iraqi army is in increasing need of the US’s help.
The Obama administration likes to say it won't put "boots on the ground" in Iraq – but that's increasingly at odds with reality.
The Republican insurgent's latest foray into geopolitics was even more dangerous than it sounded.
Donald Trump has been touting his foreign policy “record”.
Whatever his position on the Iraq War was in 2003, Donald Trump is ready to attack Hillary Clinton for her's – and from the left, too.
At Parque de la Memoria, Obama and Macri pay tribute to victims of the dictatorship.
Argentina and the US have never had the cosiest of relationships. Could opening up old secrets help bring them together?
Not quite brothers in arms.
Cuba punches above its weight in a number of sectors and the US would be wise to take note.
Speaking to AIPAC in Washington March 21.
If you take Donald Trump at his word, what would his foreign policy look like?
He’s off, and he’s burning bridges.
EPA/Larry W. Smith
Speaking to The Atlantic, the president didn't leave anything out – except the bit where thousands died and millions lost their homes.
Donald Trump speaks out against the Iran nuclear deal.
The candidates differ on Middle East policy sometimes a lot; other times not so much. But whoever becomes president, there is no way that America will stop obsessing about the region.
The world is watching.
It's easy to dismiss the Republican contest as a parochial brawl, but one of its belligerents could be the world's most powerful person.
US President Barack Obama is about to play host to the leaders of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). While this motley collection of autocrats, kleptocrats, and even some democrats will…
The new era begins in earnest.
The sanctions are being lifted, the economy is opening up – and Tehran's conservatives are furious.
Negotiations between members of the United Nations Command and North Korean counterparts in 2013.
U.S. forces in South Korea are on high alert after North Korea claimed to have tested a hydrogen bomb last week. But China may be better positioned to curb North Korea's menacing behavior.
Joe Hockey has been announced as Australia’s next ambassador to the United States.
Will Joe Hockey, a 19-year veteran of the Australian Parliament, be able to navigate an increasingly dysfunctional Washington as ambassador to the United States?
Barack Obama speaks about counterterrorism and the US fight against Islamic State from the Oval Office.
Obama addressed the nation from the Oval Office Sunday night, attempting to steady fears after a terrorist attack in San Bernardino, California.
Police stand guard in Place de la Republique, Paris, November 15 2015.
Compared to 9/11, the recent attacks by ISIS were coordinated, but not costly.
As President Barack Obama extends America’s military presence in Afghanistan, Australia is determining what’s next for its military role.
After 14 years of continued military presence and a decision by President Obama to keep US forces in Afghanistan, what is the next step for Australia's role in the Afghanistan war?