As British and EU negotiators tussle over their future customs relationship, non-EU member Norway points to a world where digital borders might be able to solve Westminster's current woes.
America's former foe Vietnam will host the summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un later this month, but there's more than just symbolism at play in the choice of venue, an expert says.
Speaking at a forum in Singapore, the Defence Minister urges Beijing to respect international law in order to "respect the rights of all states" and avoid mimicking Russia's "might is right" approach to diplomacy.
As Prime Minister Theresa May returns to a UK Parliament expectantly waiting for a rebooted Brexit deal, her colleague Liam Fox stresses the need to respect the will of the 2016 vote.
In a Twitter tirade, US President Donald Trump vents his frustration at US immigration law, the globalisation of labour and a number of Central American countries that he says have been "taking advantage of the US for years".
The world's longest sea-crossing bridge in China is hailed as a feat of human ingenuity, but some worry it may bring more than just tourists.
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?
Former attorney-General George Brandis was asked to approve the controversial prosecution of an Australian spy and his lawyer more than two years before consent was finally granted, a document obtained by the ABC reveals.
Voluntary euthanasia won't be legal in the ACT or the Northern Territory for the foreseeable future, with a Senate bill voted down last night — but politicians in Canberra say the fight is not over.
The word "terrorism" has been used and abused globally for political ends for decades. So who gets to decide who does and doesn't make Australia's terrorism list?