Adam Taylor

Washington, D.C.

Foreign reporter who writes about a variety of subjects

Education: University of Manchester, BA in economics with a focus on international relations; Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, MA

Adam Taylor writes about foreign affairs for The Washington Post. Originally from London, he studied at the University of Manchester and Columbia University.
Latest from Adam Taylor

Ukraine live briefing: Russia says Western sanctions won’t stop it from moving tactical nuclear weapons to Belarus

E.U. foreign policy chief Josep Borrell threatened sanctions after Russia's Vladimir Putin announced that Belarus would host Russian tactical nuclear weapons.

March 27, 2023

    What to know about Israel’s protests and judicial overhaul

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s plan for a judicial overhaul has plunged the country into crisis, setting off widespread strikes and protests.

    March 27, 2023

    Ukraine live briefing: U.N. report details killing of POWs; European allies promise more artillery

    European Union leaders pledged to jointly deliver 1 million artillery rounds to Kyiv over the next year, as President Volodymyr Zelensky visited Kherson.

    March 24, 2023

    Governments around the world have moved to ban or restrict TikTok amid security fears

    In the past months, numerous countries have moved to limit TikTok, fearing that it could be used to gain access to their citizens’ data or to spread propaganda.

    March 24, 2023

    Xi and Putin end initial meeting in Moscow, affirm ties amid Ukraine war

    Chinese leader Xi Jinping's visit, billed by Beijing as a peace mission, is playing out as a show of solidarity with an increasingly isolated Vladimir Putin.

    March 21, 2023

    Macron narrowly overcomes no-confidence vote as anger in France intensifies

    It was not an easy victory and is not likely to ease the unrest.

    March 20, 2023

    What is China’s relationship with Russia, and with Ukraine?

    Xi Jinping is set to travel to Russia on Monday to meet with Vladimir Putin. Here’s how relations between their countries stand amid the war in Ukraine.

    March 20, 2023

    The United States and ICC have an awkward history

    Both Washington and Moscow are united in their suspicion of the International Criminal Court, the world's most important investigator for war crimes.

    March 16, 2023

    Plan to make mRNA vaccines in developing countries needs U.S. funding, backers say

    The mRNA "vaccine hubs" program backed by the WHO recently asked the United States for $100 million. It has yet to receive a response.

    March 14, 2023

    Ukraine briefing: Moscow open to extending Black Sea grain deal

    The extension would run 60 days, Russia's foreign ministry said.

    March 13, 2023