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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.
Spanish foreign minister Josep Borrell has an “activist” message for the rest of Europe.
Trump invokes the xenophobic talking points of Europe's far right and applies them to America.
The Turkish president seeks to tighten his grip on power. Can the opposition finally stop him?
Trump's certainty of success in Singapore is not shared by the majority of the American people.
The siege of a critical port city could lead to yet more suffering in Yemen.
As populists champion a nationalist future, the World Cup shows a world more at ease in its pluralism.
The U.S. president has a record of coddling strongmen and avoiding talk of human rights and democracy.
A disastrous summit in Quebec will be followed by a fraught one in Singapore.
The showdown at the G-7 may be the most tangible demonstration yet of Trump's “America First” agenda.
Municipal authorities are coordinating on a global scale to tackle climate change and other issues.