With the US presidential transition two weeks in, the incoming administration of the president-elect faces an avalanche of conflict-of-interest troubles.
The US president touched on globalisation, Donald Trump, the NATO question and the compassion of the Greek people in his foreign farewell.
The president of the Philippines has announced his country will abandon its longstanding ally the United States and embrace China instead.
The third and final US presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump was billed as a tough and bitter political punch-up and millions of viewers wanted to see dust fly were not…
President Obama announces US to lift sanctions against Myanmar during a meeting with Aung San Suu Kyi in Washington
French president François Hollande has spoken in Paris on the theme of democracy in the face of terrorism.
The leaders of Germany and Turkey discussed the migrant issue, Incirlik air base, the Armenian question and visa liberalisation
Escalating war of words between Ankara and Vienna, which suggested Turkey was heading towards "dictatorship" after last month's failed military coup.
US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has laid out some more controversial foreign policy, including the Gulf states paying for air and ground safe zones in Syria.
The handling of a pro-Erdogan rally in Cologne over the weekend has further strained relations between Turkey and Germany.
A run down of the bumpy relationship Germany and Turkey have endured over recent months
The British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has promised the UK will maintain close ties with its European neighbours despite the Brexit vote.
The number of foreigners visiting Turkey plummeted by over 40 percent in June, the biggest fall in tourist numbers in over two decades.
UK finance minister Philip Hammond has promised a 'reset' of government policy if Britain's economic weakness continues after business surveys showed a fall in orders and confidence.
This article has been modified to take account of comments made by French President François Hollande and British Prime Minister Theresa May at their meeting on July…
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel has tried to calm the waters following the British vote to leave the European Union.
Supporters of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro demonstrated in Caracas on Tuesday to defend their champion and reject calls for a referendum that could force the chosen heir of the late socialist f
The French foreign minister says major world powers intend present a set of incentives and guarantees to encourage Israelis and Palestinians to revive stalled peace…
A council in Italy’s northeastern Veneto region, is urging its national government to abandon EU international policy and recognise Crimea as being part of…
The Middle East became a major battleground of the presidential race in the United States on Monday, as the likely Democratic and Republican nominees
Republican presidential front runner Donald Trump vowed an unbreakable bond with Israel, slammed the nuclear deal with Iran and challenged the United
Foreign ministers from Germany and France have flown to Kyiv, to push Ukraine to move forward reforms needed for the Minsk peace agreement
Officials from the United States and Cuba have signed an agreement to restore passenger flights between the two countries. The signing ceremony in
Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif is in Brussels on a mission to broaden ties with Europe. He’s set to meet EU Parliament President Martin Schulz
The US State Department has, for the first time, conceded that seven email chains on Hillary Clinton’s home server contain top secret information