Less than a day after becoming the U.K.’s leader, Prime Minister Theresa May closed the government’s climate change office, a move condemned as “shocking” and “plain stupid.”
World leaders have expressed solidarity with France, condemning an attack by a man who drove a truck into crowds celebrating Bastille Day in Nice.
After the party leadership contest came to an abrupt end, the home secretary is to become the country’s second woman leader. For May, there will be no “third way” or “Liberal Conservatism.”
Observers fear that Brexit could empower an anti-EU movement across Europe. Which countries, if any, might follow the UK’s footsteps?
Delivering a huge victory for the Philippines, a tribunal ruled China’s claims to “historic rights” across a vast expanse of the South China Sea are invalid.
NATO is contending with challenges that are are testing whether the 28-nation military alliance is capable of reshaping itself for 21st-century battles or is merely a relic of the Cold War.