After Macron PDA, Trump greets Merkel with noticeably cooler welcome
A day after President Trump rolled out the red carpet for French President Emmanuel Macron, treating him to a formal gun salute and a state dinner, he greeted German Chancellor Angela Merkel a noticeably cooler welcome.
Justin Trudeau's Celebrity Schtick Has Finally Blown Up in His Face
His Indian misadventure was an epic misfire.
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Making Sense of Trump's Surprisingly Old-School Sanctions Regime
The same president who has praised strongmen across the world is going after corruption and human rights abuses, including by targeting Russians. What gives?
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Trump's anti-Iran deal stance could weaken Iran’s progressive wing
President Trump’s decision to de-certify the nuclear deal has caused uproar in Iran, and it’s putting the reformist government in Tehran under pressure.
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Trump's biggest foreign policy decisions since taking office
President Trump campaigned on fundamentally remaking the world order, and he's taken meaningful steps in that direction so far.
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Trump Picks Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson to Be Secretary of State
A number of top Republican senators have expressed concerns over Tillerson's lack of experience and coziness with Russia.
defense & security
These Emails Show Canada Was Super Stoked About Saudi Arms Deal
While the deal has sparked controversy publicly in Canada because of Saudi Arabia's human rights record, privately, bureaucrats were celebrating that "The Big One Has Landed" in emails.
A French Diplomat Sold Rubber Boats to Refugees — Then Got Fired
France's honorary consul in the Turkish town of Bodrum was secretly filmed last week inside the sporting goods store she owns saying she realized some people buying dinghies were "going to their deaths."
Is Beirut's Garbage Crisis Weakening Hezbollah?
We talked to members of the militant group and protesters on the street about what's going on in Lebanon.
The Canadian Veteran Who Fought the Islamic State Is Back Home
Dillon Hillier, a Canadian combat veteran who jumped on a plane from Calgary to fight alongside the Kurdish Peshmerga has returned home, according to a Facebook post from his father.
The Canadian Government Keeps Losing BlackBerrys, Cash, and Weapons
Over $350 million worth of the government's property went MIA in 2014—including 11,000 cases of lost or stolen weapons and accessories valued at over $50,000—and much of it will never be recovered.
Why Is Russia Trading Warplanes for Beef?
You don't often see major powers bartering food staples for weapons systems, but the recent move by Vladimir Putin is actually a savvy bit of strategic thinking.