Spence explores the relationship between China and the US over two centuries.
Relations between US and China depend on where you're viewing from.
Chinese deputy premier on state visit to US.
President Clinton visits China, considering US - Chinese relations and Nixon's 1972 visit.
Cuba's remarkable post-Soviet economic survival and Pope John Paul II's 1998 visit.
Would the Russians prefer to see a Democrat in the White House this year?
America's tricky relationship with Taiwan.
President ponders assistance for embattled El Salvador.
Cultural exchanges usher in a new era of Soviet-American relations.
Senate refuses to back Ford's bid for aid to Angolan fighters.
Outcry as US changes its vote on West Bank settlements.
Secretary James Baker's meeting with Mexican president Carlos Salinas de Gortari.
A history of Japanese trade and how General MacArthur shaped modern Japan
The US intervenes to help Japan's economy and Louise Woodward returns to England.
Is the military action in Tiananmen Square a sign of Chinese attitudes towards liberty?
Alistair Cooke examines the US involvement in the Isreal and Palestinian conflict.
Uproar over Soviet use of 'spy dust' to keep track of Americans in Moscow.
Does America have an historic obligation to protect peace and defend the innocent?
A brief history of Quebec and the American and Canadian relationship with France.
US and Soviet leaders in dual New Year greetings broadcasts.
The strained relations between Israel and the US; the plight of Middle Eastern refugees.
US imposes sanctions against Libya for its support of airport attackers.
Considering an increased sharing of economic and social concerns across the Atlantic.
US-UK special relationship especially warm this summer.
Jesse Jackson helps free US solider held by Syrians.
Sir Oliver Franks analyses the political relationship between Britain and the USA.
What is the purpose of the American-Russian summits following the Cold War?
David Aaronovich explores what to do about a nuclear North Korea.
Harold Wilson's resignation, and the special relationship between the US and UK.
Neil MacGregor takes five journeys overseas to hear what others think of modern Britain.