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All in the family? NATO newcomers Trump and Macron a study in contrasts.
The “family photo” of leaders attending the NATO meeting in the Belgian capital Thursday included an unusually large number of first-timers to the tran... >
US patrol sends signal to Beijing's claims in South China Sea – but how strong?
Fifteen years ago, when China and the 10-country Association of Southeast Asian Nations committed to establishing a code of conduct to govern actions in th... >
Paradise found
It was 6 in the morning, and the only sound I could hear was the rhythmic dip ... dip ... dip of the heart-shaped paddle of our guide, Lasa, into the murky... >
When hostility to media becomes assault
Lots of politicians aren’t happy to see reporters. Lots of politicians have demeaned reporters for partisan purposes over the years. It’s been almost... >
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How Trump and Europe rebonded
During his first official trip to Europe this week, President Trump was politely asked to back the defining glue of the Continent and the transatlantic partnership. Both the European Union and NATO – the core of what is called “the West” – have e... >
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Rouhani's election victory in Iran was dramatic, but how deep did it go?
Dancing in the streets to the powerful beats from car sound systems – on virtually the one day every four years that such spontaneous public parties are ... >
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Manchester’s lesson about fragile states
One connection between Salman Abedi, the suicide bomber in Manchester, England, and most of his victims was their youthful fragility. According to British... >
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Adam Schiff: Why Congress needs to go forward with own Russia investigations
In one way, the appointment of Robert Mueller as special counsel in the Russia investigation could greatly hamper parallel investigations in Congress. Wit... >
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How a forlorn playground became one of America’s most innovative public spaces
Day after day in this heavily Latino and African-American neighborhood, she’d come to this sorry spot ridden with hypodermic needles and gin bottles, its... >
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As crisis intensifies, Venezuelans look beyond Chavísmo's sharp divides
Emerlinda sits in the Caracas home where she’s lived for nearly five years, reflecting on how things have changed since 2013: the year Hugo Chávez died ... >
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When the young are targeted, explaining terrorism to children
“It is going to bring reality to them,” says Ms. Hall-Newman, in a telephone interview from Manchester where she happens to be at a conference – and ... >