It is understood Prime Minister Scott Morrison will announce the decision to recognise West Jerusalem as Israel's capital today, but will not immediately move the embassy from Tel Aviv.
Ecuador's President says the road is clear for the WikiLeaks founder to leave because Britain has provided sufficient guarantees that he won't be extradited to face the death penalty abroad.
As the US and China pause a trade war, President Donald Trump warns Beijing the war won't end unless his negotiators are fully satisfied.
Australia is being warned its return to its Pacific neighbours after years of neglect risks being undermined by the Government's intransigence on the region's main threat: climate change.
More and more countries are choosing to ink agreements with China on its trillion dollar Belt and Road initiative, but what are countries actually agreeing to when they sign on?
The League of Nations was once described as "the greatest humbug in history", but it has had a lasting impact on Australia: it helped the nation untie its British apron strings and find its foreign policy voice.
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg says it is not in the national interest for the bulk of Australia's gas network to be owned by one foreign company.
While a new Cold War is not yet here, the lack of cooperation at the APEC summit is another worrying step towards a serious rift in global relations, writes Nick Bisley.
Behind the UK government's rhetoric of "global Britain", there is no such thing as the "British people" in a political sense any more, writes Ben Welling.