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You have to admit that the timing of the Russian ploy to trip up (or at least drag President Obamaâ€™s feet on) â€” any US bombing of Moscow ally Syria was exquisite. I for one would now not only want to avoid playing Russian roulette with Vladimir Putin but also would stay out of a...
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott on Thursday said he was confident his government could work with Indonesia despite a senior Jakarta official calling his controversial asylum-seeker policy
By Tom Armbruster
The diplomatic service is supposed to be cocktail parties and champagne, isn't it? For Lee Penny it's murder, threats, and Mexican jails to look after American prisoners. Along with the narcos, the Cubans take an interest in Penny and it is not long before Diplomatic Security is looking to pull...
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By Patrick Brigham
Against a backdrop of political change in South Eastern Europe, the story embraces disgruntled communists, cold war warriors, intrigue, deception and finally murder. Sir Arthur Cumberpot has an unspectacular career which is swiftly drawn to a close when he is appointed British Ambassador to...