Even if London wanted to play a bigger role in its former colony’s impasse with China, it lacks the leverage.
Scenes from above and below the water of the artistic swimmers at the 2019 World Aquatics Championships in South Korea
The nominee for defense secretary may well be qualified for the job—even a lot of Democrats think so. But in this administration, there’s a limit to anyone’s influence.
Trump-administration officials are using a two-word phrase as a rhetorical Swiss Army knife on the world stage.
The Canadian province has a complicated relationship with its immigrant communities. Last month, it became the first place in North America to institute such a ban.
Images of some of the training, preparation, and daily life that occupied the Apollo 11 astronauts and their NASA support team in the months leading up to launch day
The 2020 candidates are casting Trump as a threat to democracy. Their challenge will be to demonstrate to voters that the danger is real and affects their daily lives.
The country is the only one in Europe that outright bans abortion, but public perception is slowly shifting.
For the nearly departed, a new bucket-list entry: “Build my casket”
Farmers in Bangladesh are adapting to climate change, and it’s having an impact in faraway places—including on restaurant menus.
Beijing uses student and professional associations to try to influence not just Chinese citizens abroad, but outsiders, too.
Hot birds in France, the Festival of the Trays in Portugal, kid “muggers” in Washington State, earthquake damage in California, a Melania Trump monument in Slovenia, bull festivals in Spain, and much more
The annual Fiesta de San Fermín, including the famous Running of the Bulls, began in Spain this week.
The U.S. has long warned about encroaching Chinese influence around the world. And it’s touching America’s closest allies.
The Italian interior minister has been linked to Russian money. It’s just the latest crisis he’s brushing off.
Biden’s message may be tilted toward the future, but its overarching theme will be the reclamation of past glories squandered by the present president.
The UN rapporteur who found “credible evidence” linking the Saudi crown prince and others to the killing of the journalist tells The Atlantic justice would also mean that all sides, including the U.S., need to tell the truth about what they know.
The British ambassador’s critique was precisely the variety Donald Trump can’t stomach.
Britain’s likely next prime minister chose flattering Donald Trump over supporting his country’s ambassador to Washington.
A centuries-old British newspaper tradition continues to find humor in the politically mundane and provide commentary in the era of Brexit.