Gibraltar’s fate

Gibraltar stands out as a persistent point of contention between Spain and Britain. The announcement by Spanish Foreign Minister Jose Manuel Albares

Foreign tourists to Cambodia’s famed Angkor on rise

A total of 602,570 foreigners from 193 countries and regions visited Cambodia's famed Angkor Archeological Park in the first 10 months of this year, up 256 per cent from 169,257 recorded over the same period last year.

Cameron back

The surprising appointment of former Prime Minister David Cameron as foreign minister marks a strategic move by Mr Sunak.

Power games

Israel’s parliament having passed into law a controversial bill that lays down restrictions on judicial oversight of the government’s decisions, and with citizens of the country having descended to the streets in protest, the country has been enveloped in fresh turmoil.

Raising a toast to Ian Jack

At our last meeting, a pleasantly rambling conversation at a café on Highbury Corner, Ian Jack and I had started talking about family histories and writing about them.