Two days before Trump takes office, Chinese President Xi Jinping said China will build a ‘new model’ of relations with the US.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said: “Some countries are not attending the talks, and their role was destructive. They were helping the terrorists.”
Through Chatterbox, refugees are teaching Swahili, Arabic, Korean and Farsi to university students, business people and private clients.
Dozens of countries asked Israel and Palestine to restate their commitment to a two-state solution and also referenced Trump’s plans for Israel.
Cuba remains one of the world’s least internet-connected countries but the introduction of home internet last month has led to a dramatic change in daily life.
Tsai Ing-wen’s visit to the US has raised interest after President-elect Donald Trump said last month he would reconsider the long-standing ‘one China’ policy.
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket was launched from California on Saturday placing satellites for Iridium Communications Inc. four months after a similar one exploded mid air.
The paper discusses issues like the Korean nuclear crisis and the South China Sea dispute, as well as ties with the US and India. But it is important to read between the lines to understand the Chinese perspective.
US military’s largest troop movement to Europe in decades arrived at Poland on Thursday along with tanks and heavy equipment reinforcing Washington’s commitment to its allies.
Buzzfeed’s decision to publish an unverified dossier that makes explosive claims about Donald Trump has stirred debate about journalistic ethics.
Recently some Republicans have expressed concern about the party’s current strategy of voting for a repeal without having a consensus replacement plan ready.
Rex Tillerson expressed views at odds with President-elect Donald Trump’s positions on key foreign policy issues like nuclear proliferation, trade deals, climate change and relations with Mexico.
Rights groups estimate 30,000 migrants, mostly from Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala, are working in bars in shopping streets and red light districts in Tapachula near the Guatemala border that has become a trafficking hotspot.
Indian-American South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley would appear before a Congressional panel for her confirmation hearing for the post of US Ambassador to the UN on January 18th.
The fall of Aleppo will only deepen the bloodthirsty sectarianism fuelled by regional powers, who continue to use Syria as a chessboard to further their geopolitical interests.
Overall, the impact of UNSC resolution 2334 condemning Israel’s occupation is likely to be greater than it would have been if Tel Aviv had not reacted so petulantly.
The CPEC may be a bilateral endeavour, but New Delhi cannot ignore its spillover effects on regional governance and regime creation in South Asia.
Experts say Trump will face growing calls for a stiff military, diplomatic, economic, and perhaps also covert response to Russia after his inauguration.
Tellis is very well known to the current foreign policy leadership, especially foreign secretary S. Jaishankar, as both were involved in negotiating the civil nuclear agreement.
The suspect was arrested in a joint operation by the FBI, Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) and Jalisco state officials.
The move by the senate’s budget committee chairman on the first day of the new congress set in motion the Republican promise to repeal Obamacare.
Exxon Mobil Corp and Rex Tillerson will sever all ties to comply with conflict-of-interest requirements as he awaits confirmation as US secretary of state.
Women’s rights are in the crosshairs of rising isolationism and right-wing politics in Western Europe and the US.
North Korea has been testing rocket engines and heat-shields for an ICBM while developing the technology to guide a missile after re-entry into the atmosphere following a lift-off.
Trump’s protectionist policies, which will have global ripples, are bound to affect the financial stability of South Asian economies.
The US will limit arms sales, but continue assisting Saudi Arabia in the Yemen campaign, despite concerns that Saudi Arabia is misusing its power.
President Obama will urge Trump to not damage the peace between US and Cuba, insisting that ‘turning back the clock’ will damage economic prospects.
The famous story of a group of schoolboys trapped on an island is more than a little reminiscent of the real world right now.
Afghan authorities are appealing to local elders in the eastern province of Nuristan to help prevent militants loyal to ISIS from expanding into new territory.
While the lack of an apology could disappoint some US war veterans, Abe hopes the visit will showcase the tight alliance between the former foes.
Trump’s recent choices show he’s abandoning the anti-establishment rhetoric that won him the election in favour of the GOP’s traditional policies.
Since North Korea’s fifth nuclear test on September 9, the US and China have been negotiating a new draft security council resolution to punish Pyongyang
In his early years as a leader, Castro’s Jesuit school education heavily influenced his views on physical education and its value for nation-building.
Given the likely demise of the TPP, the pressure on India to sign bilateral and regional free-trade deals to counter mega-regional trade pacts has eased.
In order to achieve universal health coverage, India must increase its health spending, an investment that can lead to increased workplace productivity and economic growth.
What is tolerance if not the patience to accept that there may be some people whose views deserve criticism by our standards but whom we do not give up on and regard as evil?
Ryan will face an election in January, when all members of the new house, both majority Republicans and minority Democrats, vote on a new speaker.
His warm words for Trump contrasts starkly with the abuse he poured on incumbent Barack Obama, who he told repeatedly to “go to hell”.
The moral and political decay within both the Democrat and Republican establishments is symptomatic of the crumbling US-led, post-1945 world order.
There are many lessons to be learnt from the manner in which the elites perceived the elections in India and in the US