Apps are just the latest frontier in the U.S.-China contest. Washington is signaling to global firms the risks of doing business with Beijing.
The announcement by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo brings the United States in line with international law and opens the door for sanctions and a more unified response to Chinese “bullying” in the key waterway.
Unit 29155 of the GRU is behind plenty of Russia’s high-profile misadventures abroad—and now, apparently, the bounties on U.S. troops in Afghanistan.
Nuclear powers New Delhi and Beijing engage in a skirmish marking the first combat deaths along their border in more than four decades.
Conservative Party advisor Dominic Cummings has drawn national wrath over a seemingly minor scandal.
In a striking reversal, Merkel joins with France in recommending a euro fund that could be a timid first step toward greater integration.
The impact of the coronavirus sends markets into an unprecedented slump, with no end in sight.
Parsing the latest economic fixes to the economic devastation being caused by the coronavirus.
The U.S. president has disrupted the global economy for three years based on misguided notions about trade deficits. Now it’s Europe’s turn.
Front-runner Keir Starmer is seeking to get past Jeremy Corbyn and return the party to the early glory days of Tony Blair, but whoever the winner is will have to reckon with the party’s hard turn leftward.
Nissan just filed a lawsuit against its former CEO. Here’s why—and what could happen next.
Disgruntled Irish voters have made their voices heard, but translating that mandate into a governing coalition won’t be easy.
The German chancellor’s anointed successor says she will no longer seek the country’s top position. Berlin now faces months of political uncertainty.
After Saturday’s vote, the nationalist Sinn Fein party could form parts of governments in both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland for the first time in history.