After four years of Donald Trump, America's rivals and allies have a rooting interesting in the 2020 election. Do China, Russia, Iran and North Korea want Trump or his Democratic rival? And you may be surprised by Mexico's view.
With Europe once again the epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic, is trying to stop the virus spreading a losing game?
The U.K. government has previously admitted that it would be breaking international law over its decision to override parts of the Brexit treaty.
The White House has repeatedly said inaccurately that the U.S. has one of the lowest death rates in the world.
European leaders have so far failed to agree on the nature of an $860 billion stimulus package to help the bloc recover from the coronavirus crisis.
Unless the U.K. reaches a deal with the E.U. by December 31, it will be left to trade with the European bloc on World Trade Organization rules.
The E.U.'s chief negotiator accused the U.K. of backtracking on commitments as another round of talks concluded on a post-Brexit trade deal.
While some European nations have already announced plans to allow international visitors in the coming month, others have only committed to being open to visitors from within the Schengen zone.
The European Union's foreign policy chief cautioned member states against allowing China to take advantage of diplomatic divisions between them in order to impose their "state-centric" stance.
Multiple European nations have rejected Chinese medical supplies for being faulty or otherwise inadequate since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.
German opposition lawmakers have called on the chancellor to prioritize human rights and transparency when President Xi Jinping comes to Europe in September.
The censored passage referred to the "outbreak of the coronavirus in China, and its subsequent spread to the rest of the world over the past three months."
Zhang Ming argued that EU-China diplomatic and economic ties are even more important given the turmoil wrought by the coronavirus pandemic.
"Both the depth of the recession and the strength of recovery will be uneven," the EU's economy commissioner said.
Balkan leaders have praised China and Russia for sending medical supplies to help the COVID-19 pandemic, but EU leaders are also providing funds and encouraging closer ties.
The French Institute of International Relations said Beijing is tailoring its outreach to individual European nations as Beijing wages its PR campaign amid the pandemic.
EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said that full transparency and international cooperation are needed to prevent a repeat of the pandemic.
An EU report published last week accused China of spreading disinformation about the COVID-19 coronavirus, which Beijing has been trying to dodge responsibility for.
Dutch MEP Bart Groothuis demanded that foreign policy chief Josep Borrell give a "full explanation to the European parliament" over allegations of a watered down report regarding Chinese disinformation.
The United States is set to impose $7.5 billion in new tariffs on range of goods from the European Union (EU), including Scotch whisky.
The man suffered a range of delusions, including that his relatives wanted to kill him with a missile.
An attempt by the European Union to keep Iran in compliance with a 2015 nuclear deal may have fallen short.
"I find it shocking that, in such a short time, he has managed to rip apart a relationship that has taken decades to build," said former German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel.
The referendum was "manipulated from the exterior by a lot of what we call fake news," the French president said, arguing that "everything and anything was said."
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May said the defeat of her draft agreement with the EU could spell the end of Brexit.
The London Eye lit up like the EU flag on New Year's Eve.
"The threat of car tariffs is still on the table," said Eric Schweitzer, president of the Association of German Chambers of Industry and Commerce.