When it comes to Europe, we need more Malcolm X than Malcolm R.
Falkland Islanders are wrapping up voting today in their two-day referendum on self-determination.
David Cameron paid respects at the site of the 1919 Amritsar massacre but stopped short of issuing a formal apology.
David Cameron has let domestic politics triumph over diplomacy. The closer you look at his EU referendum speech, the more it becomes clear his goal is winning power in 2015.
If a grown-up baby were to hold a well-attended, much-reported speech to announce it had no choice but to throw all its toys out of the pram, and was preparing to give its teddy bears a vote on whether to leave the family unit altogether, it would look something like this.
As Barack Obama's inauguration in Washington DC heralds the start of the US president's second term in the White House, here's a run-through of the most important challenges coming up in the next four years.
Britain, France and others will divide up Africa on colonial lines as western states address the growing terrorist threat from the Sahel region, William Hague has suggested.
A British military transport plane en route to assist French forces in Mali made it as far as Paris before breaking down, a minister has confirmed to MPs.
Argentina is kicking up a stink about the Falkland Islands once again. So, for your convenience, here's our completely unbiased, absolutely non-colonialist appraisal of 180 years of bad feeling over the 'Malvinas'…
Argentina has stepped up its war of words against Britain over the future of the Falklands, with an open letter from its president attacking the UK's continued sovereignty of the Islands.
At first glance, 2013 offers a fresh opportunity for David Cameron to show off his statesmanlike qualities. In reality, British diplomacy is up to its grubby old tricks once again.
Julian Assange says he expects to stay in Ecuador's embassy in London for up to a year, after diplomacy with Britain over his case resumed.
Three members of Russian punk group Pussy Riot have been jailed for two years after being found guilty of hooliganism over a protest in Moscow's Christ the Saviour cathedral.
The Assange standoff at the Ecuadorian embassy suggests that things haven't changed much since a century or more ago, when our preferred method of resolving a diplomatic dispute was to send in a gunboat or two.
After Mitt Romney's disastrous trip to London, we look at the tips politicians should use to keep out of trouble abroad.
Britain should open negotiations with Muammar Gaddafi to end the Libya conflict, Richard Ottaway has said.
Britain is expelling Libya's remaining staff from its embassy in London, William Hague has announced.
Britain is struggling to get its way in the debate over Libya's future - but that isn't stopping it trying to do all it can to oust Muammar Gaddafi.
David Cameron and South African president Jacob Zuma have openly disagreed over military intervention in Libya, increasing a divide between western and African states.
Foreign secretary William Hague has said the tide is moving "inexorably" against Muammar Gaddafi, the embattled Libyan leader.
Britain's attempts to oust Muammar Gaddafi from power in Libya are suffering from a "conflict of objectives", a former diplomatic service chief has told politics.co.uk.