The following is an extract from an analysis by Dmitri Trenin, director of the Carnegie Moscow Center. The Kremlin did not anticipate Trump’s electoral victory.
The British High Court has ruled that the Government cannot use the royal prerogative to trigger the EU’s Article 50 without the consent of MPs.
With great expectations and over many objections, the International Criminal Court was set up in 2002 to be the court of last resort in prosecuting
China has suffered one of the most ignominious legal defeats ever handed out to a major power by an international court. On 12 July 2016,
Following is the text of British Prime Minister Theresa May’s first speech: I have just been to Buckingham Palace, where Her Majesty the Queen has
Earlier this month, the Japanese government won parliamentary elections which presage the most revolutionary change in Japan’s place in the world since its defeat in
Earlier this month, President Putin announced he was creating a new “national guard”. It would draw forces from existing organizations, particularly from the Interior Ministry,
Last fall, the new Canadian government announced a goal to bring 25,000 Syrian refugees to Canada before the end of 2015. As the magnitude of
UK Home Secretary Theresa May statement to Parliament Jan 21 on the publication of the Report into the death of Alexander Litvinenko (extracts) Mr Litvinenko’s death
Following a remarkably successful few months on the battlefield, the Taliban have recently sustained some military setbacks which have raised hopes they will be more