As Europe faces the most significant people movement since the Second World War the landscape of the continent is changing.
In this edition of Insiders we head to Nagorno-Karabakh, a self-proclaimed republic that seceded from then communist Azerbaijan when the Soviet Union fell apart in…
Last April, fighting between troops from the self-proclaimed republic of Nagorno-Karabakh and the Azerbaijan army rekindled a conflict that had been frozen for more than 20…
As China raises the temperature in its several maritime territorial disputes with its neighbours, the former Phillipines president Fidel Ramos is making a five-day trip to Hong…
Beijing has told the European Union its sovereignty over the South China Sea will not be affected despite Tuesday’s ruling (July 12) in The Hague dismissing China’s territorial claims in the…
Tension is mounting ahead of a hotly-anticipated international ruling due on competing claims by China and the Philippines in the region.
Tensions in the South Caucuses region erupted in to violence on Thursday. Azerbaijan claimed one civilian was killed and six wounded by gunfire in
Azerbaijan has accused Armenian-backed separatists of violating a new ceasefire agreed on Tuesday. While the Armenian side accused Azerbaijan of shelling its positions.
Tensions are on the rise in the South China Sea. The USS Lassen reportedly breached the 12-mile exclusion zone imposed by China around the Subi and
With the world distracted by seemingly more immediate stories of war, migration and elections, a spat between the US and China wasn’t exactly
A 130 year-long maritime border dispute between Chile and Peru appears to have been resolved by the International Court of Justice in the Hague
China has sent warplanes over the disputed East China Sea airspace which it announced as a defence zone last week. The move has upped the stakes
Japan and South Korea have admitted they have flown planes along an air corridor in defiance of China declaring it an air defence zone and demanding
Euronews has paid a visit to a divided village on the border between Lithuania and Belarus, dubbed the frontier between the European Union and
EU, US and NATO officials have expressed concern over border fences erected by Russian forces along the edge of disputed South Ossetia. Georgia has
The Royal Navy Warship HMS Westminster has sailed into Gibraltar. The frigate is part of task force “Cougar 13” scheduled to take part in a series of
A barrage of vicious online abuse has been hurled at a British MEP who intervened in the mounting dispute over Gibraltar. Julie Girling, who
India claims that five of its soldiers have been killed in Kashmir along the disputed border with Pakistan. Indian media said the deaths came
US Secretary of State John Kerry has said he hopes for progress on a Code of Conduct to help resolve maritime disputes in the South China Sea and
In a region dominated by the emerging military power of China and now shaped by the revival of Japanese nationalism under new prime minister Shinzo
One member of the Afghan border police is dead and two Pakistani soldiers have been wounded after a row close to the disputed Gursal border gate.
Israel has declined to comment on reports that its army launched an attack in the Syrian border area on Wednesday night. Lebanese security sources
Japan has lodged a formal protest with China after a Chinese plane reportedly flew close to islands claimed by both countries. For the first time
Demonstrators in Vietnam have staged rare protests against China in a long-running dispute over who owns parts of the South China Sea. In Hanoi
The International Court of Justice in the Hague has begun hearing arguments from Peru and Chile in a dispute over major areas of sea off their
The fishermen of Puerto Grau in Peru want access to waters they have long been denied. The Pacific here is rich in resources within 200 nautical
It is reported that Syrian military aircraft have been bombarding a town just metres away from the Turkish border. Ras al-Ain had been captured
Honda has issued a profits warning cutting its full-year figures by one-fifth following a popular backlash against Japanese goods in China. It