IN CERTAIN ways, relations between Russia and Britain are as bad as they have been since the darker days of the cold war. Boris Johnson, the foreign secretary, has called for demonstrations outside the Russian embassy to protest against Russia’s actions in Syria.
On Sunday, Secretary of State John Kerry, along with his British counterpart, Boris Johnson, called for an immediate cease-fire to the war in Yemen. A U.S. Navy ship had fired missiles into Yemen on Thursday, directed at the Houthi rebels controlling the northern half of the country, in response to attacks on U.S. Show More Summary
Russia's embassy in the US trolled US Secretary of State John Kerry and British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson in a tweet Monday, comparing Russia's bombing campaign in the Chechen capital of Grozny 16 years ago to its scorched-earth offensive on Syria's Aleppo today. The embassy's Twitter account is notoriously provocative. Show More Summary
Britain and the United States said on Sunday they were considering imposing additional sanctions on Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his supporters for their actions in Syria's war. British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and U.S. Show More Summary
After latest talks make "no step forward" towards a cease-fire, Boris Johnson said he wants to make Russia “feel the consequences” of their military campaign
Secretary of State John Kerry and Britain's Boris Johnson stressed needing a solution.
After talks in London, Boris Johnson concedes there is ‘lack of political appetite’ in west for military action The US and Britain said on Sunday that they were considering fresh economic sanctions against the Syrian government and its...Show More Summary
British foreign secretary Boris Johnson and US secretary of State John Kerry call for a ceasefire in Yemen within the coming days. It comes amid outrage of the death of 140 people in a Saudi airstrike. The Yemeni government has been in conflict with Iranian-backed Houthis for more than 18 months. Show More Summary
John Kerry meets Boris Johnson and Saudi foreign minister in London and stresses urgency of ending violence in Yemen Britain and the US have called for a ceasefire in Yemen “within hours” as they tried to seize on outrage caused by the...Show More Summary
Boris Johnson, who campaigned prominently for Britain to leave the European Union ahead of a June referendum, argued in favor of remaining in the bloc in an unpublished newspaper column two days before backing Brexit, according to aShow More Summary
UK foreign secretary to meet John Kerry and French foreign minister to discuss plan along with tougher Russia sanctions Boris Johnson has formed an axis with the French government and the US secretary of state to consider the longer-term viability of imposing a no-bombing zone in Syria. Show More Summary
An article written by Boris Johnson in which he outlines why Britain should remain in the EU has been revealed. Johnson, who campaigned fiercely in support of Brexit, wrote the unpublished article just two days before announcing hisShow More Summary
LONDON (Reuters) - Boris Johnson, who campaigned prominently for Britain to leave the European Union ahead of a June referendum, argued in favor of remaining in the bloc in an unpublished newspaper column two days before backing Brexit, according to a newspaper report.
Russia’s UK ambassador offers his country’s justification for bombing Aleppo in the face of outrage from the west The novel way of diplomacy proposed by foreign secretary Boris Johnson has so far materialised in a lone gentleman with a poster outside our embassy – not something I would describe as a big diplomatic victory. Show More Summary
On Tuesday, British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson made an unusual suggestion during his debut appearance at the House of Commons as a representative of the government. 'I would certainly like to see demonstrations outside the Russian embassy', he said, in agreement with a Labour Party MP who had raised the idea in a debate on Aleppo. Show More Summary