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News Analysis: For Tillerson, Diplomatic Breakthrough With Trump Proves Elusive

News Analysis: For Tillerson, Diplomatic Breakthrough With Trump Proves Elusive

Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson held a hastily called news conference on Wednesday to deny that he was thinking of resigning.
Documenting U.S. Role in Democracy’s Fall and Dictator’s Rise in Chile

Documenting U.S. Role in Democracy’s Fall and Dictator’s Rise in Chile

A phone in the exhibition “Secrets of State: The Declassified History of the Chilean Dictatorship” at the Museum of Memory and Human Rights in Santiago, Chile. Visitors can pick up the receiver to
North Korea Rouses Neighbors to Reconsider Nuclear Weapons

North Korea Rouses Neighbors to Reconsider Nuclear Weapons

Two of South Korea’s 24 nuclear reactors. The country has a huge stockpile of spent fuel from which it can extract plutonium — enough for more than 4,300 bombs, according to a report.
Art Review: Danh Vo: An Artist at the Crossroads of History and Diary

Art Review: Danh Vo: An Artist at the Crossroads of History and Diary

A detail from Danh Vo’s “We the People,” a model hand from his replica of the Statue of Liberty, in a survey of his work at the Guggenheim Museum.

In Replacing Tillerson With Pompeo, Trump Turns to Loyalists Who Reflect ‘America First’ Views

Mr. Tillerson’s dismissal pulls the White House even further out of the economic and foreign policy mainstream and closer to the nationalist ideas that animated Mr. Trump’s presidential campaign.

In Replacing Tillerson With Pompeo, Trump Turns to Loyalists Who Reflect ‘America First’ Views

Mr. Tillerson’s dismissal pulls the White House even further out of the economic and foreign policy mainstream and closer to the nationalist ideas that animated Mr. Trump’s presidential campaign.

In Replacing Tillerson With Pompeo, Trump Turns to Loyalists Who Reflect ‘America First’ Views

Mr. Tillerson’s dismissal pulls the White House even further out of the economic and foreign policy mainstream and closer to the nationalist ideas that animated Mr. Trump’s presidential campaign.
White House Memo: Newly Emboldened, Trump Says What He Really Feels

White House Memo: Newly Emboldened, Trump Says What He Really Feels

President Trump has developed more self-confidence as he has settled into the job, those close to the president or White House say.
Nonfiction: Foreign Policy From the Dark Side

Nonfiction: Foreign Policy From the Dark Side

President Reagan with Henry Kissinger and other officials past and present, October 1981.
Nonfiction: Learning From Henry Kissinger

Nonfiction: Learning From Henry Kissinger

The diplomat Chiao Kuan Hua, Secretary of State Henry Kissinger and Deng Xiaoping in 1974.
Nonfiction: Learning From Henry Kissinger

Nonfiction: Learning From Henry Kissinger

The diplomat Chiao Kuan Hua, Secretary of State Henry Kissinger and Deng Xiaoping in 1974.
Live Updates: Remembering Senator John McCain, With Eulogies by Obama and Bush

Live Updates: Remembering Senator John McCain, With Eulogies by Obama and Bush

Pallbearers carried Mr. McCain’s coffin into Washington National Cathedral.
Stumbling Toward Armageddon

Stumbling Toward Armageddon

President Richard Nixon speaking with Secretary of State Henry Kissinger about the Middle East crisis during a meeting at the White House in October 1973.
Editorial Observer: Why Trump Should Listen to the Old Guard

Editorial Observer: Why Trump Should Listen to the Old Guard

From left, former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, former Secretary of State George Shultz and former Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage.
News Analysis: With U.S. and Taliban in Talks, Afghans Fear They Could End Up Trampled

News Analysis: With U.S. and Taliban in Talks, Afghans Fear They Could End Up Trampled

President Ashraf Ghani of Afghanistan speaking to the media this month in Kabul, after registering as a candidate for the coming presidential election.
News Analysis: With U.S. and Taliban in Talks, Afghans Fear They Could End Up Trampled

News Analysis: With U.S. and Taliban in Talks, Afghans Fear They Could End Up Trampled

President Ashraf Ghani of Afghanistan speaking to the media this month in Kabul, after registering as a candidate for the coming presidential election.

The Vietnam War Was Already Lost, but I Had to Go Anyway

Fifty years ago, American troops began withdrawing, but tens of thousands were yet to die.

The Vietnam War Was Already Lost, but I Had to Go Anyway

Fifty years ago, American troops began withdrawing, but tens of thousands were yet to die.