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Will Englund

Foreign assignment editor


She has attacked him over the past five years at his most vulnerable spot — his legitimacy.

  • Jul 28, 2016

Those who sail from Hainan island say the South China Sea — and the fish that swim in it — have always been China’s.

  • Jun 7, 2015

Fishermen are paying the price in the maritime dispute, with or without help from the United States.

  • Jun 7, 2015

Amid South China Sea tensions and spending concerns, leaders in one Philippine province long for a renewed U.S. presence.

  • May 18, 2015

The dispute over the South China Sea is about fish, oil, gas, freedom of navigation and, to a very large extent, assertions of national pride.

  • May 14, 2015

But China denies accusations it is destroying coral reefs as it builds up artificial islands in the contested body of water.

  • May 12, 2015

Perry and Mexican officials have been firing condemnations across the border, escalating to the inclusion of the threat posed by the Islamic State.

  • Sep 18, 2014

Oligarch’s gift makes a statement, belatedly, and the timing could hardly be worse.

  • Aug 9, 2014

Post journalists remember Andrei Mironov, friend and rights activist.

  • May 30, 2014

A trio of exhibit spaces summons love, joy and flavors of the past.

  • May 22, 2014
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A Pulitzer Prize winner, Will Englund just finished his third tour as a Moscow correspondent -- along with his wife, Kathy Lally. In the 1990s he did two stints in Russia for the Baltimore Sun. He was also co-author of a project on shipbreaking that won the Pulitzer for investigative reporting as well as an Overseas Press Club award and a George Polk award. He joined the Post in October 2010.
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