The group may make progress on Ukraine commitments, but more ambitious programs—especially on climate change—are likely out of reach.
India has been pulled into the Quad (and now I2-U2), so can it continue playing nice with Russia and China, too?
The end of Naftali Bennett’s government gives an opportunity to Yair Lapid, who will become the caretaker prime minister.
Both candidates vow to bring the country in a new direction—away from its traditional political establishment.
Bruised but not yet broken, Russia’s economy sputters along as global energy and food prices soar.
Soaring oil prices benefit the kingdom financially, so why would it agree to bring them down?
Britain’s new hard-line policy fits in with countries across the West who prefer to keep refugees out of sight and out of mind.
Having made inroads in soccer and Formula 1 racing, Saudi Arabia is now making an ambitious play for the world of golf.
The two leaders have little in common other than a desire to look busy at the Summit of the Americas.
The Mexican president is the most high-profile absentee from today’s Los Angeles gathering.
Johnson remains Britain’s prime minister but faces a restive Conservative Party as more than 40 percent of his party’s members of Parliament voted against his leadership.
The IAEA’s Board of Governors held off from a formal rebuke last year, so what’s changed?