When Rahul Gandhi, 47, was appointed vice-president of India's Congress Party four years ago - under his mother, Sonia Gandhi - he told reporters that "power is poison".
Jewel Topsfield Indonesia and Australia's trade ministers will meet in Argentina this week amid growing doubt the free trade deal between the two countries will meet the end-of-year deadline.
Kirsty Needham As a rising China seeks a bigger say in how global rules are shaped, to match its weight as the world's second largest economy, no area is as vexed as the internet.
Amrit Dhillon India promised a lot following the 2012 gang rape of a university student so brutal that she died of her injuries - but what has really changed?
Nick O'Malley Finally, almost a year into his presidency, Donald Trump is celebrating some big wins.
Nick Miller 'Brexit Day' on March 29, 2019 will see Britain leave the European Union in name only, under an EU plan leaked to the media hours after the so-called 'divorce deal' was done.
Nick Miller After months wracking their brains, the UK and EU have trumpeted their ingenious Brexit solution.
Nick Miller The UK has struck a 'divorce' deal with the EU, after frantic around-the clock negotiations tackled the knotty problem of the Irish border.
Bostjan Videmsek Today, west Mosul barely exists: 80 per cent of all buildings have been razed or damaged. The old city centre is no more. And then there are the people.
Nick Miller German Social Democrat Martin Schulz has proposed that a new United States of Europe should replace the EU by 2025. But it's a controversial idea that is unlikely to impress chancellor Angela Merkel.