The president stressed that the country was Asia’s bastion of Roman Catholicism, which is steadfastly against same-sex marriage.
Buch, Germany, may not be the place people imagine when they think about far-right populism. A Times reporter traveled there to find out why the movement has such pull.
A wave of nationalist victories, including Donald Trump’s, has made Europe’s most extreme right-wing parties more hopeful about their future.
Meet a neighborhood leader who became a hero and the family of an imprisoned journalist in the second part of our series about besieged Turkey.
A traditional distaste for the far-right National Front may be softening, leaving it in the best position in its 45-year history.
Beijing, once known as a city of bikes, is returning to its roots. All it takes to obtain one from a bike-sharing service is a few taps on a smartphone.
The U.S. secretary of state and the Chinese president kept away from contentious issues even as North Korea defiantly showed off a new missile engine.
Germans saw Ms. Merkel’s first visit with Mr. Trump with a pragmatism similar to the chancellor’s, but his remarks 24 hours later pointed to differences on policy.