As US-Africa leaders meet, it should be clear that aligning respective goals, priorities and actions is in the interests of the US and of African countries.
There’s now a hard-headed security rationale for further supporting Ukraine in its war against Russia.
China is seen as Africa’s saviour and friend in the film - which is still full of racist stereotypes.
Policymakers often think of their decisions about nuclear weapons as moral, a nuclear ethicist explains – which is key to understanding their motives.
Russia is trying to normalise an international order where might makes right. And democracy and respect for human rights are optional.
Created in Europe during a time of intercultural struggle and strife, Esperanto was meant as a communication tool to spread peace among the people of the world. Its speakers are still at it.
Political and economic forces across the Middle East and North Africa combine to mean well-educated young people spend years looking for work, which delays their independence and adulthood.
An analysis of international relations syllabi shows race and gender studies are barely mentioned.
Many academics and former diplomats commenting on Russia’s invasion show a lack of sympathy towards Ukraine. That needs to change.
Not only are great-power conflict, nuclear war and the end of civilisation as we know it still real possibilities, our collective capacity to manage them may be decreasing.
Indonesian political parties have been partnering with China’s ruling party, the Chinese Communist Party, for some time.
The story of Kylie Moore-Gilbert’s 804 days as a political prisoner is about more than Iran’s human rights abuses, writes Scott Burchill – the West is no model of international citizenship either.
The settled foundations of German foreign policy have been overturned in an instant following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Post Macron and Morrison, what exactly is diplomacy and why is it in decline?
International cooperation is crucial if we are to have the best chance of limiting global warming. So who are the key players?
University of Canberra Professorial Fellow Michelle Grattan and University of Canberra Associate Professor Caroline Fisher discuss the week in politics.
Politics with Michelle Grattan: British High Commissioner Vicki Treadell on AUKUS and climate change.
Michelle Grattan discusses Australia's international relations alongside issues such as climate change and trade with British High Commissioner Vicki Treadell.
A 70-year-old Cold War-era treaty among the three nations is finding renewed importance in response to the global rise of Chinese power and influence.
The growth of online and space activity make traditional ideas of national security increasingly outdated.
When it comes to the study of international relations and power, Australian scholar Coral Bell was a superstar.