Russian president Vladimir Putin has shrugged off accusations that he ordered Alexander Litvinenko’s death.
Articles written by Emily Hohler
The future of the passport-free Schengen zone has been cast into doubt as the European Union struggles to get to grips with the migrant crisis.
The lifting of sanctions against Iran, seen by many as a rogue nation since the 1979 Iranian Revolution, shows that concerted international action and dogged diplomacy can work.
Jeremy Corbyn’s claims to a strong shadow cabinet have been undermined by high-profile resignations.
Europe faces up to the challenges posed by the migrant crisis following the New Year’s attacks in Cologne. Emily Hohler reports.
Iran and Saudi Arabia won’t become friends any time soon. We need to decide which side we’re on.
Jeremy Corbyn is still the leader of the Labour party after 100 days at the helm, but he has yet to win mass support.
David Cameron kicked off his campaign to keep Britain in the European Union at a summit in Brussels last week.
The Paris climate change agreement may not have solved global warming, but it creates the architecture to tackle the problem, and it shows a shared positive intent.
The cost of clearing up after Storm Desmond battered northern England is rising fast.