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U.S. Threats Prove Hollow for a Friend in Need of Huawei
The Trump administration has been clear about the problem it sees with the Chinese giant, less so on the solution.
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Boris Johnson Walks Huawei Tightrope as U.K. Sets Up Clash With Trump
It’s the kind of balancing act Britain may have to get used to as the country forges its way in the world after leaving the European Union.
The Fiery Negotiator Behind South Korea’s Biggest Disputes
With the clock ticking on South Korea’s withdrawal from a security pact with Japan in November, President Moon Jae-in sent a blunt-speaking aide on a secret mission to Washington.
Huawei Poised to Get Go-Ahead for U.K.’s 5G Networks Tuesday
Boris Johnson is preparing to defy President Trump’s demand to ban Huawei Technologies Co. from the U.K.’s fifth-generation telecommunications networks, in a decision that risks an angry backlash from
Dershowitz First Trump Lawyer to Name Bolton: Impeachment Update
Donald Trump’s defense lawyers resumed their presentation Monday after opening their arguments Saturday by saying House managers failed to prove the president should be removed from office.
Key GOP Senators Say Bolton Account Bolsters Case for Witnesses
Two GOP senators said the explosive revelations in a draft of a book by former National Security Adviser John Bolton have bolstered the case for the Senate to hear new testimony in President Donald
Trump Lawyers Dispute Democrats’ ‘No Evidence’ Impeachment Case
Donald Trump’s lawyers said House Democrats failed to prove their case for impeaching the president and now are asking the Senate to take the unprecedented step of removing him from office without
Democrats Close Case Saying Trump Must Be Held Accountable
The House impeachment managers wrapped up their case against President Donald Trump by warning senators that they will cause sustained damage to the Constitution and the nation’s system of government
Myanmar Is on Trial for Its Rohingya Campaign. Here’s Why
Since 2017, some 740,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled Myanmar for neighboring Bangladesh. The mass exodus was provoked, in the words of United Nations investigators, by security forces practicing
Trump’s Silence on Bezos Hack Shows Risk of Close Ties to Prince
President Donald Trump is again facing questions about his relationship with Mohammed bin Salman after the Saudi crown prince was accused of spying on Amazon.com Inc. chief Jeff Bezos.
World Court Orders Interim Protection for Myanmar’s Rohingya
The International Court of Justice has ordered the implementation of emergency measures to protect Myanmar’s minority Muslim Rohingya population from genocide, ruling on a request by The Gambia on
Democrats Say Impeachment Trial Makes Case for Calling Witnesses
Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer said that as House Democrats move into their second day of building an impeachment case against President Donald Trump it will be harder for Republicans to
Europe Mulls Military Mission in Libya, Amid Oil Disruption
The European Union may deploy a military mission to help enforce an arms embargo and a potential cease-fire in Libya, as the bloc scrambles to contain a conflict that’s drawn in Russia and Turkey and
Iran Threatens Non-Proliferation Treaty Exit Over European Move
Iran will withdraw from a major non-proliferation treaty if European nations attempt to refer the Islamic Republic to the UN Security Council over its infringements of the 2015 nuclear deal, the
Iran’s Bid to Integrate With Global Economy Coming to an End
Iran’s six-year push to integrate with the global economy appears to be coming to an end.
Trump Loses Another Russia Adviser, Adding to NSC Turnover
The top Russia expert on President Donald Trump’s National Security Council has left his post after about three months, according to three people familiar with the matter.
Trump Trial to Open With Questions Unanswered on Ukraine ‘Favor’
WASHINGTON, DC - NOVEMBER 21: A portion of a phone transcript is displayed as Fiona Hill, the National Security Council’s former senior director for Europe and Russia, and David Holmes, an official
Putin Shakes Up Russia to Keep Things the Same
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Putin Launches Overhaul That May Extend His 20-Year Russian Rule
President Vladimir Putin replaced his long-serving prime minister and called for sweeping constitutional changes, fueling speculation that the Russian leader is moving to extend his grip on power
Europe Turns Up Heat on Iran in Bid to Save Nuclear Accord
European nations insist they still want to save the Iran nuclear deal, but to do that they now need to turn up the pressure on Tehran.