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The Atlantic: International

Understanding the Jamal Khashoggi Case and Its Consequences

Understanding the Jamal Khashoggi Case and Its Consequences

Jamal Khashoggi walked into the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2 and never left. For over two weeks, the world awaited answers about his disappearance. Days after his disappearance,
The EU Has Rejected Italy's Budget. That's Just What Rome Wanted.

The EU Has Rejected Italy's Budget. That's Just What Rome Wanted.

Since it came to power in May, Italy’s coalition government has always been a marriage of convenience. The Five Star Movement won the economically-struggling Italian South with its campaign pledges of
Erdogan’s Big Reveal That Wasn’t

Erdogan’s Big Reveal That Wasn’t

Saudi Arabia has for weeks put out contradictory stories on the fate of Jamal Khashoggi. The Saudi journalist has variously been free, missing, and accidentally killed by a band of overzealous
The U.S. Used to Criticize Countries That Didn’t Allow Their Citizens to Leave

The U.S. Used to Criticize Countries That Didn’t Allow Their Citizens to Leave

President Donald Trump said on Twitter on Monday that the United States was cutting off aid to Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador because they hadn’t stopped “people from leaving their country and
Khashoggi’s Disappearance Is a Test for Britain

Khashoggi’s Disappearance Is a Test for Britain

LONDON—When news broke this year that the former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia had come into contact with the deadly nerve agent Novichok in the English city of Salisbury, the
Photos of the Central American Immigrant Caravan

Photos of the Central American Immigrant Caravan

Pedro Pardo / AFP / Getty On October 13, a group of hundreds of people gathered together to flee their impoverished home country of Honduras in a caravan headed toward the United States, seeking a
The U.S. Loved the Saudi Crown Prince. Not Anymore.

The U.S. Loved the Saudi Crown Prince. Not Anymore.

Mohammed bin Salman’s vision for Saudi Arabia was impressive even before he became crown prince in June 2017.In the West, he quickly became known for his support of women driving, the opening of movie
An Election in Poland’s Capital Could Shape the Future of Populism

An Election in Poland’s Capital Could Shape the Future of Populism

WARSAW—On a chilly Friday evening in Poland’s capital, the mayoral candidate Patryk Jaki took the stage in Praga Park to make a final pitch to voters. The location had symbolic resonance: Warsaw’s
Photos of the Week: Virtual Parish, Drone Tourism, Rock Santa

Photos of the Week: Virtual Parish, Drone Tourism, Rock Santa

Toru Hanai / Reuters A royal visit to Australia, a “Cat Beauty Fest” in Turkey, the 182-meter-tall Statue of Unity in India, “Sculpture by the Sea” in Australia, artwork in Bangkok, a
Turkey Is Treating the Khashoggi Affair Like It’s Must-See TV

Turkey Is Treating the Khashoggi Affair Like It’s Must-See TV

Most Americans don’t know it, but Turks are masters of serialized television. Long before Netflix, Hulu, and the addictive golden-age TV shows that dominate the small screen now, Turks were pumping
Mike Pompeo’s Worldview? Do As Trump Does.

Mike Pompeo’s Worldview? Do As Trump Does.

Even when they are thousands of miles apart, President Donald Trump and his secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, act in symbiosis.As Trump speculated from Washington this week that “rogue killers” rather
Images of the Season: Fall Is in the Air, Part 2

Images of the Season: Fall Is in the Air, Part 2

Henry Nicholls / Reuters One last look at my favorite season of the year, with more autumnal images from across the Northern Hemisphere. Harvests, festivals, migrations, winter preparations, and, of
Robots at Work and Play

Robots at Work and Play

Kim Hong-Ji / Reuters Advancements in robotics are continually taking place in the fields of space exploration, health care, public safety, entertainment, defense, and more. These machines—some
How to Respond to a Diplomatic Crisis Like Khashoggi’s Disappearance

How to Respond to a Diplomatic Crisis Like Khashoggi’s Disappearance

Details of audio leaked to Turkish news media, confirmed Wednesday by a Turkish official to The New York Times, revealed that the Saudi journalist and dissident Jamal Khashoggi was beheaded and
Seven Square Miles

Seven Square Miles

© Google Spending time looking at the varying and beautiful images of our planet from above in Google Earth, zooming in and out at dizzying rates, I thought it would be interesting to compare all of
America’s Indefinite Endgame in Syria

America’s Indefinite Endgame in Syria

President Donald Trump speaks frequently about bringing U.S. troops home and avoiding costly wars in the Middle East. But last month, the administration changed its position in one key area: the
The Small Party Threatening to Topple Theresa May’s Government

The Small Party Threatening to Topple Theresa May’s Government

LONDON—British Prime Minister Theresa May has faced her fair share of resistance over Brexit: from the opposition Labour Party, from the Euroskeptics within her ruling Conservatives, and even from
Why the U.S. Can’t Quit Saudi Arabia

Why the U.S. Can’t Quit Saudi Arabia

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has arrived in Riyadh with instructions to get to the bottom of a journalist’s disappearance from a Saudi consulate in Istanbul, while an outpouring of leaks from
How One 'Political Wunderkind' Is Outmaneuvering the Far Right

How One 'Political Wunderkind' Is Outmaneuvering the Far Right

VIENNA—“Thank you. Because you’ve shown that even today, in these times, you can win elections as a conservative.” These words of gratitude, directed at Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz, were spoken
The Irony of Turkey’s Crusade for a Missing Journalist

The Irony of Turkey’s Crusade for a Missing Journalist

On October 2, Jamal Khashoggi was seen entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, Turkey. The Saudi journalist and dissident hasn’t been seen since then. But the grisly details of what happened to the