Theresa May Flies to Meet Angela Merkel After a Confrontation in Parliament

Mrs. May faced down the opposition leader at home, Jeremy Corbyn, before she went to Berlin to discuss Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union.


Obama’s Support of Erdogan Is a Stark Reminder of Turkey’s Value to U.S.

The Turkish leader may be a bitter disappointment to Mr. Obama, but he is still better than other options in the chaotic landscape of the Middle East.


7 Times Boris Johnson, Britain’s New Foreign Secretary, Was Anything but Diplomatic

An author, journalist and former mayor of London, Mr. Johnson has a rich history of gaffes and controversies.


John Kerry Meets Vladimir Putin to Discuss New Syria Plan

The proposed agreement would create a joint Russia-U.S. command center to share intelligence and targeting information for “integrated operations.”


Tribunal Rejects Beijing’s Claims in South China Sea

An international panel in The Hague delivered a sweeping rebuke of China’s behavior, deciding that its expansive claim to sovereignty over the waters had no legal basis.


Beijing’s South China Sea Claims Rejected by Hague Tribunal

The panel delivered a sweeping rebuke on Tuesday of China’s behavior, deciding that its expansive claim to sovereignty over the waters had no legal basis.


Philippines v. China: Q. and A. on South China Sea Case

An international tribunal released a landmark decision on Beijing’s claim to sovereignty over 90 percent of the South China Sea.


Hague Tribunal Rejects Beijing’s Claims in South China Sea

The panel delivered a sweeping rebuke on Tuesday of China’s behavior, deciding that its expansive claim to sovereignty over the waters had no legal basis.


Expected South China Sea Ruling Could Challenge Beijing’s Claims

Neighboring countries hope a decision in a landmark case brought by the Philippines, expected Tuesday, will offer a pathway to resist China’s tactics.


South Sudan Slides Closer to War as Gunfire Rumbles in Its Capital

Two United Nations peacekeepers were killed, and worries grew about the fate of civilians trapped in crowded displaced persons camps.


Philippines v. China: Q. and A. on South China Sea Court Case

An international court is scheduled to release a landmark ruling Tuesday on Beijing’s claim to sovereignty over 90 percent of the South China Sea.


For China, a Missile Defense System in South Korea Spells a Failed Courtship

South Korea showed that it was embracing its alliance with Washington more than ever, and that it would rely less on China to keep North Korea at bay.


The Interpreter: After ‘Brexit,’ 3 Centuries of Unity in Britain Are in Danger

The United Kingdom is what the European Union aspired to be but never became: a multinational state. The vote to leave the union may push Scotland and Northern Ireland to … Continue Reading →