A week after North Korea’s sixth test of a nuclear weapon, this one a high-yield hydrogen bomb, followed by an emergency UN Security Council meeting
The issue The latest news from North Korea is not to be dismissed as just another report about another missile test. Nor should US warnings
In early March, China’s state broadcaster announced the launch of what it claims to be the world’s largest and deepest operating offshore oil exploration platform.
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 a remarkably successful few months on the battlefield, the Taliban have recently sustained some military setbacks which have raised hopes they will be more
While the world’s attention has focused on US and Australian naval and air patrols challenging China’s claim to 90% of the South China Sea, the
New government — new changes ahead? Stand by for defence and foreign policy reviews. Except that the parameters of those reviews probably won’t change much.
Canada’s vital foreign policy interest lies in getting right its relations with the United States, including such mundane things as border management and an array
China appears bound and determined to flex its muscle and alienate itself from other countries in the Asia-Pacific region. After setting up new oil rigs
The recent tension between China and other Asian nations has been curious to some observers. According to the Australian government, antagonizing its neighbours such as