Nick Miller Britain has declined to support search and rescue missions for refugees in the Mediterranean in an echo of Canberra's attitudes to asylum seekers arriving by boat.
Nick Miller On Sunday Ukrainian voters will vote not only for a government but war or peace, and hence the future of a continent.
Nick Miller Germany's intelligence service believes flight MH17 was shot down by pro-Russian rebels using a missile taken from a Ukraine military base.
Nick Miller Australia's Foreign Affairs Minister has buttonholed - not shirt-fronted - Vladimir Putin, and won from him a promise to help international forensic teams regain access to the MH17 crash site.
Nick Miller One little by-election, in a poky English seaside town, has turned British politics on its head.
Shirt-front postponed: Julie Bishop nears Vladimir Putin at summit in Milan but fails to make contact
Nick Miller Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has had no chance to "shirt-front'' Russian President Vladimir Putin over Russia’s role in the MH17 tragedy, writes Nick Miller.
Nick Miller Amal Alamuddin, who recently married US actor George Clooney, is taking up Greece's campaign for Britain to return the Elgin Marbles, which were removed from the Parthenon in Athens in the early 19th...
Nick Miller Burqa bans are back on the table in Europe following the rejection of an appeal against such a ban in France.
Nick Miller A 50-year-old rapist and murderer has been granted his wish to die, but it has also sparked fresh debate over euthanasia, reports Nick Miller.
Nick Miller Edinburgh: So Scotland stays in the United Kingdom. But what next? The nation has been left bitter, divided and with difficult decisions to make and promises to fulfil.
Nick Miller The United Kingdom faces its biggest political revolution in centuries as David Cameron announces constitutional shake-up in wake of Scots rejecting independence.
Nick Miller Some had tears in their eyes, some gave a sigh of relief, some waved flags and some simply put a cross in a box and crossed their fingers.
Nick Miller One man is in Scotland to see the kind of referendum he wants for West Papua. "This campaign is about my life," he tells Nick Miller.
Nick Miller In a battle of the heavyweights, the gloves are off as former British prime minister Gordon Brown pounds his point in favour of the Union and Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond delivers his...
Nick Miller It was a battle of the barnstormers overnight, as the heavyweights of the Yes and No campaigns pulled out all the rhetorical stops for the final bout of the Scotland independence referendum.
Nick Miller It was a battle of the barnstormers overnight, as heavyweights of the Yes and No campaigns pulled out all the rhetorical stops for the final sprint of the Scotland independence referendum.
Nick Miller Down the end of Leith Walk, in a working class part of Edinburgh where the only tourists are lost tourists, there's a statue of Queen Victoria wearing a Saltire for a cape.
Nick Miller In Edinburgh Scots have been threatened with a health service crisis, financial panic and a defence nightmare if they vote to go it alone, as the independence campaign enters its passionate, bitter final 24 hours.
Nick Miller Scots have been threatened with a health service crisis, financial panic and a defence nightmare if they vote to go it alone, as the independence campaign enters its passionate, bitter final 24 hours.
Nick Miller Gallipoli, Turkey: Two middle-aged historians are standing in ditches throwing rocks at each other.