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    Zelensky’s Opponents Fear He Is Ready to Capitulate to Russia

    The Ukrainian president’s political opponents worry that the Trump impeachment inquiry may have weakened Ukraine’s position...

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    The Broken Promise of a Panda: How Prague’s Relations With Beijing Soured

    When a new mayor of the Czech capital refused to toe the line on Taiwan, Beijing...

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    Suddenly, the Chinese Threat to Australia Seems Very Real

    After a businessman said Chinese agents sought to implant him in Parliament, that revelation and other...

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    Russia Frees Norwegian Convicted of Spying in Unusual 3-Way Swap

    A retired Norwegian border inspector, two Lithuanians and two convicted Russian spies were exchanged.

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    Denmark, Worried About Bombings by Swedish Gangs, Begins Border Checks

    Struggling to quell a wave of explosions, the Danish authorities introduced passport controls for the first...

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    Chile, Rocked by Unrest, Withdraws From Hosting Climate and Trade Summits

    President Sebastián Piñera said on Wednesday that his country, which has been rocked by a wave...

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    Sadako Ogata, First Woman to Lead U.N. Refugee Agency, Dies at 92

    Appointed to the position in 1991, she oversaw refugee operations at a time of ravaging conflict...

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    In Syria, Russia Pleased to Fill an American Void

    As the United States withdraws from Syria, Russia is stepping in, running patrols to separate warring...

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    Xi Jinping Comes to Nepal Bearing Investments, and India Is Watching

    The Chinese leader’s visit is a further display of his ambitious aims — both economic and...

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    They Run the World’s Biggest Countries. Their Talk Won’t Be Easy.

    As Narendra Modi of India and Xi Jinping of China meet, a host of potential conflicts...

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    China’s Global Message: We Are Tough but Not Threatening

    Leaders in Beijing have declared their aims are peaceful, but developments in Hong Kong, Xinjiang, Tibet...

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    The United Nations General Assembly: Live Updates

    Presidents and prime ministers have converged at the world’s most prominent diplomatic stage, amid crises ranging...

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    What Is the United Nations? Its History, Its Goals and Its Relevance

    A brief look at what the 193-member United Nations does and how it works as leaders...

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    What to Expect at the U.N. General Assembly This Week

    Nearly 200 leaders will converge on the world’s most prominent diplomatic stage for five days of...

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    Kiribati Cuts Taiwan Ties in Favor of China, Further Challenging Taipei

    The decision to establish diplomatic relations with Beijing left just 15 nations still officially recognizing Taiwan...

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    Spanish Court Calls U.S. Extradition Request Politically Motivated

    A Spanish court said that the United States’ request was politically motivated, and that drug trafficking...

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    Five Policy Clashes Between John Bolton and President Trump

    John R. Bolton, a national security hawk, and President Trump disagreed on how to approach a...

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    Can an Outspoken Spaniard Give Europe One Voice in the World?

    Josep Borrell Fontelles has been selected to become the European Union’s next foreign policy chief. Among...

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    Russia and Ukraine Swap Dozens of Prisoners, in a ‘First Step to Stop the War’

    Two dozen Ukrainian sailors detained by Russia in the Kerch Strait last year are among those...

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    South African Riots Over ‘Xenophobia’ Prompt Backlash Across Africa

    After rioters in Johannesburg targeted immigrants from other African countries, South Africa has been hit with...

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    Solomon Islands Weighs Cutting Ties to Taiwan

    The move comes as American officials accuse Beijing of destabilizing the Pacific as its influence in...

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    Johnson Walks Tightrope at G7, as Trump Pledges ‘Very Big Trade Deal’ for U.K.

    Prime Minister Boris Johnson responded cautiously, saying that reaching a trade agreement “may take some time”...

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    South Korean Lawmakers Visit Disputed Islets Claimed by Japan

    Visits to the islands, which South Korea controls, tend to spike when relations with Japan are...

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    Pakistan Leader Vents Frustration at India: ‘No Point in Talking to Them’

    Prime Minister Imran Khan complained bitterly about what he described as repeated rebuffs from India over...

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    The Israel-Iran Shadow War Escalates and Breaks Into the Open

    Israel believes Iran is trying to equip its Arab allies with high-tech weapons that could overwhelm...

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    How Emmanuel Macron Positioned Himself as Star of the G7 Show

    The French president seemed to be everywhere at once at the summit he hosted in Biarritz,...

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    At the End of a Chaotic G7 Meeting, Trump Changes His Tone on China and Iran. Again.

    The uncertain prospects for diplomatic initiatives with China and Iran was heightened by the president’s unpredictability...

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    Trump Aides Slam French for Focusing on ‘Niche Issues’ at G7

    The orchestrated message underscored the deep rift between President Trump and his counterparts. But Mr. Trump,...

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    South Korea Says It Will Scrap Intelligence-Sharing Deal With Japan

    The move is likely to alarm the United States, which pushed for the arrangement in part...