China's state visit isn't the first time that our diplomatic efforts have been questionable
Britain is essentially Basil Fawlty, bullying the weak and prostrating herself before the powerful
Russia's actions against terrorists are already bringing tangible results on the ground, and there is still time for Britain to get its share of the bombing pie, says the Russian Ambassador to the UK
Here are five other times when Western militaries have needlessly killed civilians
The Russian President’s invitation to co-operate in the battle against Isis is an era-defining moment
Without a renewed effort to give refugees a chance at legitimate migration, world governments will make their own populations less safe
Saudis are active at every level of the terror chain: planners to financiers, cadres to foot soldiers, ideologists to cheerleaders
The European Union has decided to send hundreds of troops to help stabilise the Central African Republic in what will be its first major army operation in six years.
The European Commission is to rethink its approach to a controversial US trade deal which campaign groups have warned would fundamentally erode Britain’s sovereignty.
Taxpayers in an independent Scotland would lose the benefit of the United Kingdom’s current European Union rebate and end up subsiding England’s rebate from Brussels, according to the chief Treasury secretary, Danny Alexander.
Shadow Business Secretary Chuka Ummuna floats curbs on the free movement of people within EU
US forces in Afghanistan have accidentally shot a four year old boy dead in bad weather, Afghan officials have said, in the latest incident to strain ties between the uneasy allies.
Iran is not among the “first round” of nations invited to attend Syria peace talks in Switzerland later this month, a UN spokesman said.
Neighbouring countries unhappy over public 'celebration' of Japan's attacks