It’s clear that South Africa is aligned with the Russian Federation.
Allegations of flouting international arms control rules, let alone being party to the Russia-Ukraine conflict, place the South African defence industry in a precarious position globally.
The Ukrainian president’s latest diplomatic forays have been effective in boosting support for his country’s territorial integrity.
As US influence in Latin America has waned, Beijing has been able to expand business interests in the region on the back of shady practices.
The ancient Chinese text is considered a military classic, but Western readers often overlook its philosophical roots.
The Diplomat suggests that if the ‘special relationship’ is to survive into a world turned topsy turvy by Brexit, Trump and war in Europe, it demands a little TLC.
The budget increases funding for the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade by over $450 million, in what’s a positive first step towards remedying our long-term reduction in diplomatic resources.
Yemen’s brutal civil war has resulted in the deaths of hundreds of thousands of people. But a recent Beijing-brokered rapprochement between two regional powers could unlock a path to peace.
Expulsion of the German ambassador could be a way of warning other embassies, especially France, to steer clear of Chadian politics and support for the opposition.
A scholar of Russia’s legal code explains the case against the Wall Street Journal reporter accused of espionage.
Canada should examine Australia’s diplomacy-focused approach to China as it battles foreign interference.
Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich is far from the first American journalist to be accused of spying, a media historian explains.
President Hichilema’s self-styled ‘chief marketing officer’ approach has unlocked new investments from a diverse mix of partners.
A historian looks at the steps leading up to Finland joining the Western strategic alliance – and what that means for small nations elsewhere.
There are fears that escalating US-Chinese tensions could threaten the independence of African and other nonaligned nations.
Questions about whether warring parties agree about how the war will end and the costs of war or peace are all key factors to help assess when a conflict might end.
Kittrell’s legacy shows that home economics was always about more than cooking and sewing. It’s also a reminder that issues that affect families are simultaneously local and global.
Russia has vast natural resources and is involved in many conservation efforts. Its diplomatic isolation as a result of the war in Ukraine is making it harder to protect many wild species and places.
The joint border commission between Kenya and South Sudan is a step in the right direction.
South Sudan’s diplomatic support around energy and water is much sought after in Ethiopia, Egypt and Sudan.