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Update: This article, which originally ran on Thursday after Rubio’s initial comments, has been updated to include his discussion of the issue in ...

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Eventually, America’s presidential primaries will end, and the world’s most powerful country will turn to the general election. And when it does...

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One of the remarkable developments of the Democratic presidential primary is the conventional wisdom on foreign policy. Rather than treating Hilla...

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Donald Trump, on Wednesday, became the latest American to wonder whether when attacked the United States on September 11, 2001, it could have ha...

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Tens of millions of Iranians voted on Friday, for parliament and for the body that will likely pick the next supreme leader, in an election with ...

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North Korea conducted its fourth nuclear test way back in January 6, and the very next day the US and China began negotiating over what to do abou...

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A few hours after North Korean leader Kim Jong Un announced he had ordered his country’s military on standby for nuclear strikes, the threats came...

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On Thursday morning, the Atlantic’s Jeffrey Goldberg published a essay on President Obama’s foreign policy struggles, successes, and vision, and...

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It’s been a busy week for foreign news editors: the ISIS attack in Brussels, President Obama’s trips to Cuba and Argentina, North Korea’s ballisti...

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We did not really require further confirmation that Donald J. Trump doesn’t know much about foreign policy, but we got it this weekend, in the for...

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In October 2013, one of the most celebrated political dissidents in the world sat down for an interview with BBC presenter Mishal Husain, and it d...

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For as often as the United States uses economic sanctions as a foreign policy tool, we sure don’t talk about them much. That’s even more surprisin...

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Nuclear weapons are something so scary and so dangerous — thousands of weapons explicitly designed to be powerful enough to destroy the world m...

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Did Saudi Arabia, an American ally but a country that supports extremists, have a hand in the attacks of September 11, 2001? When Americans tal...

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Late on Thursday, the New York Times magazine published a lengthy profile of Hillary Clinton under an illustration of her as a toy soldier and the...

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Carrie Fisher, best known for originating the role of Leia in the Star Wars films but also a tremendous writer and character actress, has died aft...

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Carrie Fisher has died at the age of 60. No doubt Fisher’s biggest role, and what she’ll be remembered for, is embodying the hope and fire of Star...

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Carrie Fisher spent a lifetime fighting people’s expectations and found a new hope in not giving a shit what you, I, or anyone else thought of her...

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Debbie Reynolds, one of Hollywood’s most reliable entertainers for well over 60 years, has died after suffering a suspected stroke at 84 years old...

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Carrie Fisher, who died December 27 at the age of 60, was best known for her iconic, kickass performance as Star Wars’ Princess Leia. But Fisher a...

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