Ms Clinton said the billionaire Republican's national security platform consisted of 'bizarre rants, personal feuds and outright lies'
David Cameron has got the balance wrong between engaging and isolating governments guilty of abusing human rights
Mr Kissinger, secretary of state turned private consultant, was described as a 'key architect in jump-starting wars'
It was filled with internal contradictions, falsehoods and crazy assertions
The question few in the Labour Party are asking and still fewer are answering
France has taken part in Coalition airstrikes in Syria
The GOP goes in
The defence made you want to scream
Branko died in front of his country's diplomatic delegation
Syrian opposition figures will push at a donor conference in London today for the provision of anti-aircraft missile systems to repel President Bashar al-Assad's devastating airstrikes, as momentum builds to adjust a European Union arms embargo.
Miners and their families welcomed expelled politician Julius Malema today as he told the thousands who gathered at the site where 34 miners were killed this week that South African police had no right to fire the live bullets that killed them.
Read the headlines and it was the candidate's foreign trip from hell: a succession of mishaps capped by an expletive-laden tirade from an exasperated aide to an equally exasperated group of reporters. In fact, Mitt Romney's foray to Britain, Israel and Poland is likely to have only the tiniest impact on his chances of winning the White House in November.
The European Union has rewarded Burma for a "remarkable" flurry of moves towards political reform by easing some sanctions against the regime.
Rivals turn on the new front-runner, but it's Romney who fumbles with casual $10,000 bet