British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss takes part in a wreath-laying ceremony in Moscow. Associated Press
Prime Minister Theresa May is considering a face-to-face meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin at this month's G20 summit in Japan in an effort to begin a thaw in relations before a new British leader comes to power,
Britain’s failure to publish a parliamentary report on alleged Russian meddling is “inexplicable and shameful,” former US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said on Tuesday.
Next week, the Nato heads of state and government will gather in the UK for the organisation’s 70th anniversary. On past form, a festival of celebration and self-congratulation
The bomb blast in a mosque in Peshawar in northwest Pakistan which killed 92 people, and authorities are saying that the toll could be higher, is pointing to the danger of new groups emerging in the troubled region of Afghanistan and Pakistan. A year earlier, another blast in Peshawar had killed 64 people, and that blast was claimed
The 23-year drought that’s parching the Southwest is forcing Arizona to make a bitter choice. Unless developers can find new sources of water, the state’s largest master-planned housing development is going to remain a desert. It’s not just an Arizona problem. Across the American West, demand for housing is increasingly
There is something about Labour’s way of managing money that provokes alarm. The opposition is putting pressure on Jeremy Hunt to reveal by the end of this month the government’s intentions towards non-doms. No prizes for guessing where Labour is coming from — it wants the favourable tax status afforded to foreigners scrapped.
If you think public policy doesn’t really affect you or your family, take a quick glance at your retirement account — but you may want to sit down first. Those accounts have taken a beating lately because of the misguided policies emanating from Washington, DC, and the result is a dramatic reduction in wealth for the average