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Trump Flirts With Leaving NATO and ‘Zero’ Republicans in Congress Are Impressed

Trump Flirts With Leaving NATO and ‘Zero’ Republicans in Congress Are Impressed

It’s a familiar pattern: President Donald Trump’s Republican allies disagree with him on a major issue. They send statements and tweets, and repeat talking points on cable news. But will those in
Brexit Is Chaos. The Movie About It Is Anything But.

Brexit Is Chaos. The Movie About It Is Anything But.

LONDON—Early on in Brexit, Channel 4 and HBO’s almost inappropriately entertaining movie about Britain’s 2016 vote to leave the European Union, we flash back in time to 1975, when ordinary citizens
The Deadliest Day for the U.S. in Syria

The Deadliest Day for the U.S. in Syria

Mere weeks after President Donald Trump declared on Twitter that the Islamic State was defeated in Syria and it was time to leave, the militants claimed credit for an attack that, in one stroke,
Theresa May Lives to Fight Another Day. But for What?

Theresa May Lives to Fight Another Day. But for What?

LONDON—Less than 24 hours after suffering a historic defeat against her Brexit deal, British Prime Minister Theresa May survived another vote of no confidence on Wednesday, ensuring that she’ll
Photos From the 2019 Dakar Rally

Photos From the 2019 Dakar Rally

Ricardo Mazalan / AP With a ceremonial start in Lima, Peru, on January 7, a group of 334 competitors started the 41st annual Dakar Rally: a 10-day, 3,000-mile (5,000 kilometer) off-roading adventure
The Lessons, and the Costs, of Terrorism in Kenya

The Lessons, and the Costs, of Terrorism in Kenya

NAIROBI—On a warm Tuesday afternoon here in Kenya’s capital, a suicide bomber blew himself up outside the Secret Garden Café, a restaurant within an upscale hotel and office complex. The blast
Cambodian Deportees Return to a 'Home' They've Never Known

Cambodian Deportees Return to a 'Home' They've Never Known

PHNOM PENH—Thuch Sek’s skin is an ink-filled canvas, his Cambodian heritage and American life woven across his back and down his limbs. Thug life marks his right forearm; a misspelled tattoo extolling
Built to Separate: Border Barriers Around the World

Built to Separate: Border Barriers Around the World

Ilya Terentyev / Getty The current debate in the United States about building up and reinforcing the border wall with Mexico may have distinctly American roots, but the problems, and the
The Brexit Deal's Historic Defeat

The Brexit Deal's Historic Defeat

LONDON—The likelihood of Britain leaving the European Union without a deal just got a whole lot higher—and Prime Minister Theresa May is largely to blame.On Tuesday, British lawmakers overwhelmingly
Hungary’s Workers Are the Victims of a Policy That Limits Migration

Hungary’s Workers Are the Victims of a Policy That Limits Migration

BUDAPEST—Viktor Orbán has found himself in something of a bind: Hungary’s growing economy has given him cover to dismiss his detractors, who rail against his moves to weaken the country’s institutions
A Theatrical Moscow Trial Draws the Ire of Russia's Cultural Elite

A Theatrical Moscow Trial Draws the Ire of Russia's Cultural Elite

MOSCOW—Outside a courtroom here in the Russian capital, dozens of people crowded along a narrow corridor, some wearing T-shirts calling for those on trial to be freed, others clad in hipster and
Donald Trump Stars in a North Korean Reality Show

Donald Trump Stars in a North Korean Reality Show

Editor’s Note: This article is one of 50 in a series about Trump's first two years as president. When historians in the 22nd century search for the moment when reality television was at its most
The World Isn’t Laughing at Just Trump

The World Isn’t Laughing at Just Trump

Editor’s Note: This article is one of 50 in a series about Trump's first two years as president. Before The Laugh, there was The Handshake.In May 2017, ahead of a Nato summit in Belgium, President
Putting a Dollar Sign on Jamal Khashoggi’s Life

Putting a Dollar Sign on Jamal Khashoggi’s Life

Editor’s Note: This article is one of 50 in a series about Trump's first two years as president. It was the year’s most horrifying whodunit. Who murdered and dismembered the Saudi journalist Jamal
Why the President Praises Dictators

Why the President Praises Dictators

Editor’s Note: This article is one of 50 in a series about Trump's first two years as president. In February 2016,Donald Trump retweeted a Twitter bot that regularly took quotes from Benito Mussolini
The Buck Stops Over There

The Buck Stops Over There

Editor’s Note: This article is one of 50 in a series about Trump's first two years as president. Donald Trump hadn’t yet served two full weeks in office when the U.S. military suffered the first
A Novel Made for the “Yellow Vest” Moment

A Novel Made for the “Yellow Vest” Moment

PARIS—In Michel Houellebecq’s 2015 novel, Submission, the narrator converts to Islam after France has elected a Muslim president. The book’s imagined future tapped into (and also questioned) a
Want to Cultivate a Liberal European Islam? Look to Bosnia.

Want to Cultivate a Liberal European Islam? Look to Bosnia.

When French President Emmanuel Macron said last summer that he would create a new “framework and rules” for Islamic institutions in France, he was not alone. Other politicians and thinkers have also
Here’s How Jair Bolsonaro Wants to Transform Brazil

Here’s How Jair Bolsonaro Wants to Transform Brazil

RIO DE JANEIRO—If you’re shocked by the transformations that Jair Bolsonaro, Brazil’s new president, is planning for his country, you haven’t been paying attention.Riding in on a wave of frustration
Photos of the Week: Denver Longhorns, Camel Shaving, Hero Pups

Photos of the Week: Denver Longhorns, Camel Shaving, Hero Pups

Costfoto / Barcroft Media via Getty Heavy snow across Central Europe, a partial solar eclipse in China, the Procession of the Black Nazarene in Manila, a sheep rescue in Turkey, the 2019 Dakar Rally