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Trump: Japan’s Abe nominated me for Nobel Peace Prize.

Adam Taylor Foreign reporter who writes about a variety of subjects February 15 at 12:48 PM Responding to a question…

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Venezuela’s Maduro: How long can an isolated strongman last?

Venezuela’s President Nicolás Maduro attends a ceremony in Maracay on Feb. 4. (Miraflores Palace/Reuters) (Handout/Reuters) Adam Taylor Foreign reporter who…

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A Trump-Kim summit in Danang? Vietnam is an awkward model for North Korea

HANOI, VIETNAM – SEPTEMBER 25: Military honor guards march during a flag raising ceremony at Ba Dinh Square in front…

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Immigrant Behrouz Boochani won Australia’s biggest literary prize while confined to Manus Island

Rick Noack Foreign affairs reporter focusing on Australia, New Zealand and international security February 1 at 3:56 AM Years before…

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Trump’s new conflict with Europe

Ishaan Tharoor Reporter covering foreign affairs, geopolitics and history February 1 at 12:59 AM Want smart analysis of the most…

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Mexico murder rate: Trump’s tweets contradict ‘Remain in Mexico’ policy

Police officers guard a bus of deportees near the international bridge in Reynosa, Mexico, on Dec. 12. (Kevin Sieff/The Washington…

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Trump blames his intelligence chiefs for being ‘naive’ on Iran. Europe has a plan to prove him wrong.

In this June 23, 2017, photo, supporters of Iraqi Hezbollah brigades march over an Israeli flag carrying posters of late…

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How Trump’s trade war with China could heat up

Adam Taylor Foreign reporter who writes about a variety of subjects January 31 at 12:59 AM Want smart analysis of…

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U.S. intelligence chiefs’ de facto message to allies around the world: You’re right; Trump is wrong.

Rick Noack Foreign affairs reporter focusing on Australia, New Zealand and international security January 30 at 7:24 AM When President…

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Citgo: How an American oil refinery became a lifeline for the Venezuelan government

A Citgo refinery in Corpus Christi, Tex., on Jan. 25. (Erwin Seba/Reuters) Adam Taylor Foreign reporter who writes about a…