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Ishaan Tharoor writes about foreign affairs for The Washington Post. He previously was a senior editor and correspondent at Time magazine, based first in Hong Kong and later in New York.
And the fate of Britain's prime minister hangs in the balance.
Washington is souring on the war, but it's not clear if concrete policy action is coming.
The French president decried President Trump's nationalism, but his own bid for international leadership could fail.
Europe's divisions, cheered on by Trump, hang over a ceremony about remembrance and unity.
Tuesday's elections reinforced the dramatic realignment that has turned the GOP into the faction of white nationalist rage.
The White House believes Iran will bend to its will. It's more likely to lash out instead.
Bolsonaro's opponents see a man who could destroy Brazilian democracy. The White House sees an ally.
The drumbeat of demographic doom coming from the White House has prompted some to start using the F-word.
Even the Trump administration, which has gone out of its way to defend Riyadh, may be reaching its limit.
The Trump administration will struggle to isolate Iran — and, in the process, may find itself isolated.