It’s good to talk − just don’t expect it to result in a reset in relations between Beijing and Washington.
In the wake of the three-week internal GOP battle to choose a speaker, a scholar of Congress says that what looks like dysfunction is actually something else.
No government wants to have to deal with a hostage crisis. A former US national security official explains that there is no winning without losing in such situations.
Wednesday’s September-quarter figures, showing inflation is still uncomfortably high, set off speculation about whether the Reserve Bank will increase interest rates again
A decade of de-escalation among Gulf states could be at risk if Israel-Hamas violence spills across region. And that could threaten Saudi plans to transform the kingdom.
Until 1906, no US president had ever traveled abroad in office. Then Teddy Roosevelt demonstrated the power of showing up.
A scholar of national service programs points out that the government hasn’t spelled out what this one will cost, what its participants will earn or how it will operate.
US foreign policy initiatives in the Indo-Pacific seem focused on containing China and its influence.
The hostage swap between the U.S. and Iran may be an important step in a new nuclear deal between the West and Iran.
No US president has set foot on sub-Saharan Africa since 2015 – and it hasn’t gone unnoticed.
For President Zelenskyy and Ukraine’s citizens, the country’s quest for NATO and EU membership is about security – and identity.
China’s president Xi Jinping is testing out a “softer” foreign policy approach.
Joe Biden’s ‘buy American’ effort with EVs likely violated World Trade Organization rules that the US helped create. The US has an opportunity now to update the system – if it’s willing to take it.
Relations between the U.S. and China have become antagonistic over the last decade. Here’s why the relationship must change.
Long treated as a sign of anxiety or a delaying tactic, ‘filled pauses’ are a linguistic trick to signal that what you are about to say might be complicated.
The recent kidnapping of a US nurse has put a focus on the plight of Haitians living with organized crime every day. But few governments are willing to intervene.
Plea deals are common in American criminal courts. But in the federal government’s tax case against Hunter Biden, the judge refused to sign off on a deal.
This common heart condition puts you at increased risk of having a stroke, especially if you also have high blood pressure. But our new research shows what you can do to lower your risk.
Leaders of the Western military alliance meet in Lithuania with the ongoing war in Ukraine as a backdrop.
In this podcast, Michelle chats with Bruce Wolpe about the prospect of second Trump term, and what implications that will have for Australia