“You talk about your nuclear capabilities, but ours are so massive,” Trump wrote in his letter cancelling the summit.
Aquarius is sailing towards Valencia with 51 women, 10 children and 45 men on board after 48 hours at sea when both Italy and Malta refused permission to dock.
The impact of years of heightened religious tension between Copts and Muslims is evident even from Egypt’s national football team.
For the EU, the row in Germany is a reminder of the ability of the migrant crisis to cause political crisis across the bloc.
A visit to a concentration camp reveals that an illiberal government is reshaping the reality of the Holocaust.
Neoliberalism and the revolt against austerity have pushed powerful states to impose social and economic pain on each other, or on smaller states.
The high-profile, progressive senator may have ruled out a 2020 run for the White House, but a lot can happen in two years.
The US intellectual defends his claim that left-wing identity politics is to blame for the rise of Donald Trump.
Both men understand that it is perceptions – the selling of narratives – rather than facts that really matter.
The meeting was historic. But can Trump’s accidental “madman” strategy really work?
The president is simply the manifestation of a wider malaise in the Republican Party.