The US-Turkey relationship has always had ups and downs, but the two countries have several shared interests that should keep the relationship solid at its core, especially after Turkey goes to the polls.
As the World Cup kicks off in Moscow lets compare how football is run and how international law is applied.
As the leaders of the top industrialised democracies began meeting ahead of the G7 summit in Quebec, European leaders warned that US President Trump’s stance threatens the Western-led world order.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, unable to meet North Korea's leader himself, is heading to Washington to try to make sure President Donald Trump doesn't overlook Japan's security and other concerns at the US-North Korea summit next week.
Russia, China and Turkey have reasons why they would never consider a boycott on Iranian oil. They are waiting for the vitriol from Trump to turn on the EU – and in turn towards NATO.
Weeks after President Trump suggested that the US forces should pull out of Syria and be replaced with an Arab army, Saudi Arabian military officials met with an Arab faction of the YPG-dominated SDF for talks regarding a new force.
In the face of predictable crises, the EU, unwilling to change course, has repeatedly walked into one after another.
The self-serving policies of global trade giants may provide a small window of opportunity for developing nations to improve their own global competitiveness.
Ebrahim Rasool, formerly an anti-Apartheid activist, turned politician and ambassador reflects on Israeli aggression against Palestinians, drawing parallels between the two experiences.
The same day Trump announced he was pulling out of the nuclear deal, Israel launched several attacks on Iranian-militias and regime-held areas in Syria, signalling a potential escalation between the two regional foes.
Gina Haspel, President Donald Trump's nominee to lead the CIA, promises the US spy agency will never resume a programme of torturing detainees, during her confirmation hearing.
The Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs was investigating allegations that Ronny Jackson had overseen a hostile work environment as White House physician, drank on the job and allowed the overprescribing of drugs.
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