Weekly pressers from Russia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs have turned into festivals of hostility towards the countries caught in the Kremlin’s crosshairs — why?
Sir Iain Duncan Smith gives his assessment to Graham Stewart
Recent developments in Yemen’s civil war show that the Iranian-backed Houthis are clearly considered the winning side
How did an undercover sting catch out an epidemiologist promoting conspiracy theories about the Syrian regime?
From its very inception as a nation state, Greece learned that it needed allies with shared interests and values to successfully fight the Turks
Despite the histrionics of domestic American opinion, a single rocket attack in Syria does not indicate that Biden’s foreign policy is likely to be more aggressive
Joe Biden’s election signals a return to Washington’s default liberal and progressive values, especially in foreign affairs
Greece and Turkey nearly came to blows last summer, and the risk of war remains
Is foreign interference in British politics any different now than in the past?