Tag: International Relations

Mexican president accuses U.S., Canada of “ambiguous” stance on Ecuador

Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Tuesday accused the governments of the United States and Canada of

Moscow Accuses European Human Rights Court of Bias: Deputy Foreign Minister Labels ECHR a ‘Mad Printer’

Russia's Deputy Foreign Minister, Sergey Vershinin has launched a scathing attack on the European Court of Human Rights

Venezuelan Leader Orders Response to British Warship; Caracas Alleges Violation of Guyana Deal Over Essequibo Region

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has issued orders for a robust response to what the government claims is a

France’s Undocumented Migrants Face Uncertain Future Under New Immigration Law

France has recently enacted a new immigration law that is poised to impact the lives of undocumented migrants

Helsinki not had “trouble” with Moscow for decades– but now it will—Putin

Russian President Vladimir Putin has issued a stern warning in response to Finland's decision to join NATO, stating

Venezuela and Guyana Agree Not to ‘Use Force’ to Settle Dispute over Oil-Rich Region

Venezuela and Guyana have reached an agreement to refrain from using force to settle their long-standing dispute over

Russia, Iran Officially Join Hands Against Western Sanctions

Under mounting international sanctions, Russia and Iran have signed an agreement to make joint efforts to counter Western

Germany President’s Awkward Moment in Doha: Waited for Half an Hour

Germany’s President Frank-Walter Steinmeier had an awkward moment as he faced an unusual wait at the airport in

Can Ukraine Russia Truce Possible?

In the wake of the recent Israel-Hamas truce, discussions on the possibility of a ceasefire between Ukraine and

Xi’s proposal for another “golden 30 years” crucial to Asia-Pacific, says Cambodian expert

Securing another "golden 30 years" for the Asia-Pacific "will create a peaceful, prosperous, inclusive, and sustainable region where

Torture in Egypt a ‘crime against humanity’, says rights groups

A coalition of six rights groups has accused the Egyptian authorities of using torture as a political tool

Belgium’s Liege joins European boycott of Israel over apartheid

The Belgian city of Liege has become the latest European city to sever ties with Israel over its