British Prime Minister Theresa May and other EU leaders have voiced renewed confidence that they can secure a Brexit deal, just days after talks came to a grinding halt.
Trump’s highly unorthodox approach to diplomacy drew widespread condemnation from the far-left and their media mouthpieces across the globe.
Whatever the bait, Chinese operative Yanjun Xu is surely regretting his decision to travel to Belgium.
Australians aren’t alone when it comes to our unhealthy appetite for too much debt. Far from it. With interest rates across much of the globe having fallen to zero — or even below — in the years following the global financial crisis, borrowing was never cheaper.
But unlike some high profile exits, the United States Ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley’s resignation is voluntary. And it comes without any animosity from the White House.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Monday hailed ‘significant progress’ in talks with Kim at the weekend and said the sides were ‘pretty close’ to settling details for another summit between Kim and Trump.
The most recent incident saw destroyers from the two nations come dangerously close to colliding as the US conducted freedom of navigation exercises off the Spratly Islands.
It would have been nice to see North Korea move towards immediate nuclear disarmament following US President Donald Trump’s historic summit with Kim Jong-un in June this year. But that’s not how things work in the real world.
British Prime Minister Theresa May is tenacious…if nothing else. While her Chequers plan for Brexit is teetering on the brink of collapse, and her would be successors circle like hungry sharks, she’s sticking to her guns.
As US President Donald Trump pointed out yesterday, we are living in scary times. While he referred to explosive issues in the US, Australia and much of the rest of the world are facing the same politically correct timebomb.
In what’s likely to be little more than a symbolic move, China has cancelled a security meeting with US Secretary of Defence Jim Mattis. The meeting had been planned for October, according to a senior US official.
And if it does eventuate, it won’t be on the terms initially thought by the British government.
And all failed. But could US President Donald Trump be the man to finally bring peace between the Israelis and Palestinians?
If the RBA leaves Aussie rates unchanged at the record low 1.5%, that will likely mean a lower Aussie dollar. Good for our exports…bad for our imports, and anyone travelling overseas.
Trump praised Kim Jong-un for his courage in taking steps to disarm, but said much work still had to be done and sanctions must remain in place on North Korea until it denuclearises.
The US stock market is hovering near all-time highs. While in China the stock market has been falling hard since the first mention of tariffs from US President Donald Trump.
The US places tariffs on Chinese imports and China retaliates.
Earlier this year, US President Donald Trump negotiated a deal with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un with the help of South Korean President Moon Jae-in. Now the two are joining forces once again.
Cuba’s new president Miguel Diaz-Canel has arrived in New York for his first trip to the United States, where he will denounce the decades-old US trade embargo on his country at the UN General Assembly, state-run media report.
US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer says Trump directed the increase from a previously proposed 10% duty because China has refused to meet US demands and has imposed retaliatory tariffs on US goods.
The nation’s already shaky economy is showing signs of splintering the already fractious government. And that’s even before renewed US sanctions kick in, intended to cut off all of Iran’s vital oil exports.
With the ongoing probe into Russian interference in the 2016 US election, Trump has delayed a proposed meeting with Vladimir Putin until 2019.
Since the start of US President Donald Trump’s trade ructions with nations across the world, The Australian Tribune has maintained that Trump is mostly testing the waters and probing for weaknesses.
Duterte has vowed to sustain the momentum of his bloody war on drugs, telling the nation in an annual address that the fight would be as ‘relentless and chilling’ as during his first two years in power.
Naysayers naively like to say that US President Donald Trump gave up too much in his historic meeting with North Korean Leader Kim Jong-un. But these same detractors have been left speechless over the latest economic news out of North Korea.
Rather than learn from their neighbour’s history, it appears Iran may now be bent on taking the same path. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has cautioned US President Donald Trump about pursuing hostile policies against Tehran.
May has defeated the final challenges to her Brexit blueprint in parliament, leaving plans for Britain’s departure from the EU still largely on track but her authority weakened. MPs supported the government’s position to reject amendments to the EU withdrawal bill that challenged May’s commitment to leave the bloc’s customs union and single market.