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A poll found Mexicans think relations with the U.S. are better than before. Ignoring Trump may be the secret.

A poll found Mexicans think relations with the U.S. are better than before. Ignoring Trump may be the secret.

Mexico’s new president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, appears to have helped the shift.

Israel’s Netanyahu may be in his last weeks in power

Mounting legal troubles may lead to the long-ruling prime minister's defeat.

Europe and the U.S. are at odds over Iran. Cuba may be next.

A section of a 1996 U.S. law could be the newest irritant in the U.S.-E.U. relationship.
Trump met Putin in Helsinki. More than 200 days later, will we ever find out what they said?

Trump met Putin in Helsinki. More than 200 days later, will we ever find out what they said?

Accounts of the private meeting have come out. It's just not clear if they are true.

Can America’s ties to Europe be saved?

The recently departed E.U. ambassador to Washington certainly believes they can.
Online trolls won’t leave Meghan and Catherine alone. Now Britain’s royal family is fighting back.

Online trolls won’t leave Meghan and Catherine alone. Now Britain’s royal family is fighting back.

Both Meghan and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge have been the focus of relentless media attention and social media trolls.

Fire and bombs amid the palm groves: This is what the final battle against ISIS looks like

Once the size of Britain, the self-declared Islamic caliphate is just a warren of tents and tunnels now. But the final battle has been grindingly slow.
What is the Monroe Doctrine? John Bolton’s justification for Trump’s push against Maduro.

What is the Monroe Doctrine? John Bolton’s justification for Trump’s push against Maduro.

The 1823 doctrine was originally about U.S. opposition to colonialism in Latin America. It has morphed into something quite different since then.
The Trump administration quietly corrects its diplomatic slight of the E.U.

The Trump administration quietly corrects its diplomatic slight of the E.U.

“It was a completely unnecessary denigrating move in the first place."
Is a new Arab Spring on the way?

Is a new Arab Spring on the way?

Mass protests in Algeria and Sudan recall the uprisings of 2011.

‘We don’t know their motivation’: Ebola treatment suspended after attacks on clinics in Congo

“Ebola is already scary,” said one health worker. "To have this on top of that is terrifying."
Justin Trudeau’s horrible, no good, very bad week just got worse

Justin Trudeau’s horrible, no good, very bad week just got worse

China weighs in on an the ethics scandal rocking Ottawa.

Nukes and sanctions: What actually went wrong for Trump and Kim Jong Un

There are two key areas of dispute between the United States and North Korea.

State Department offers $1 million for information on Osama bin Laden’s son

The U.S. says Hamza bin Laden is emerging as al-Qaeda's new leader -- and is seeking revenge for his father's killing.
How Netanyahu’s indictment could become a case study for impeachment in the U.S.

How Netanyahu’s indictment could become a case study for impeachment in the U.S.

With six weeks to go until early elections in Israel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s future in politics was cast into doubt on Thursday.
Meet the pilot who may have averted an India-Pakistan war

Meet the pilot who may have averted an India-Pakistan war

Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman was returned to India on Friday.
Trump’s failure in Vietnam is a reminder of the merits of the Iran deal

Trump’s failure in Vietnam is a reminder of the merits of the Iran deal

"The irony is that the best possible outcome for North Korea would look something like the Iran deal."