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If you can't deny responsibility, attack the victim. [Read More]
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Trump still gives MBS the benefit of the doubt. He may soon be the only one. [Read More]
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Jamal Khashoggi is the latest example of how the long arms of dictators can reach dissidents anywhere. [Read More]
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The former Trump critic became the public face of his foreign policy. [Read More]
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The prime minister is stuck between two sides with no interest in compromise. [Read More]
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Plenty of foreign leaders have tried to butter Trump up to get what they want from him. It's doesn't actually work that well. [Read More]
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Moscow blamed Israel after Syria accidentally shot down a Russian plane. But Putin has been quick to brush the incident under the rug. [Read More]
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A deal between Russia and Turkey forestalls a humanitarian disaster. But for how long? [Read More]
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The national security adviser picked an unusual topic for his first public address, but it makes total sense for him. [Read More]
The anti-immigrant Sweden Democrats are now Sweden's third largest party, in a Parliament with no majority. [Read More]
"We will get this done together!" Trump tweeted to the North Korean dictator Thursday morning. [Read More]
Why is the right-wing prime minister so obsessed with a Soros-funded university? [Read More]
Just like Iran. [Read More]
Other than putting pressure on Facebook, that is. [Read More]
The country McCain leaves behind, shares his militarism, but not his sense of duty or righteousness. [Read More]
The president begins to ever so slightly acknowledge reality. [Read More]
It's a contentious issue. The president's tweet isn't going to help. [Read More]
The "caliphate" is gone, but the group remains much larger than we thought. [Read More]
"Trump makes us question is how well our institutions are designed." [Read More]
The State Department's equivocation is mind-boggling. [Read More]
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