The UK Government follows the situation in Papua with close interest.
We continue to believe that negotiations are the best way to make progress towards the denuclearisation of the Korean Peninsula.
The UK supports the Afghan government's ambition to become a more prosperous and stable state.
Through diplomatic action the UK seeks to show there will be no impunity for perpetrators of sexual violence in conflict in Burma, includ
The Government is concerned by reports of militarisation of the South China Sea, and any threat or implied threat of force.
The UK was instrumental in delivering the EU's targeted sanctions on seven individuals responsible for human rights violations in Rakhin
Since 2015 the UK has provided funding totalling £7.3 million to organisations in Burma supporting the peace process.
We have made repeated requests to the Chinese authorities to visit Tibet in the last 10 years, but very few of those have been agreed or
We do not hold statistics of the number of UK journalists who have been denied access to, or expelled from, Tibet and China in the last f
FCO Ministers have regular meetings with the Department's Chief Scientific Adviser, and her Deputy, I most recently met with the Chief S