Stories about International Relations from February, 2017
"We must honor and respect the feelings of those who suffered terribly and lost family members during the Japanese Occupation," said the country's minister for communications and information.
"The south Asian continent is becoming a super power and the world is looking towards us."
"Netanyahu's support for Trump and the wall shows in all its meanness how low the Israeli prime minister has reached. Shameful."
Indonesia, the world's largest Muslim-dominated nation, doesn't have a formal diplomatic relationship with Israel. That's bad news for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's flight crew.
"Mr Netanyahu’s policies consistently aim to provoke, intimidate and oppress the Palestinian population which increase that imbalance, thus taking Israel irretrievably further from peace..."
His sentence expires on May 17.
Critics say Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has engineered a police crackdown in Angola on an international private school.
Marine Le Pen was granted the honor of a State Visit in Lebanon. Here's how she spent it.
"The whole theory that Radev is pro-Russia comes from his appeal to the EU to withdraw the sanctions against Moscow."
Almost three years ago, President Alexander Lukashenko suddenly realized that his country's weak sense of national identity was a serious problem. It's been odd times for Belarus ever since.
Some, however, warned that escalating tensions could end badly: "We live in the same region with Iran, any war on Iran means we all going to be devastated".
Old school pundits are still trying to drum up support for Beijing's troublesome ally, but social media users aren't buying it.
It's just one of a long list of threats to Europe's oldest lake that are putting its World Heritage designation in jeopardy.
"The extension of the time limit to indefinite is a way to privatize services, rights and functions, which society guarantees to its citizens and therefore they are not for sale!"
One blogger, three passports and the intricate international relations of the Caucasus region. This gets pretty complicated.
In airports and law offices around the United States, legal advocates and grassroots activists have found common ground in the fight against President Trump's Executive Order on Immigration.
Turkey has intensified its bid to close schools and universities inspired by the controversial educator since a coup attempt last year.
The new US Defense Secretary tried hard to reassure America's Japanese ally that Trump means no harm. Some were not impressed.