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A New National Security Advisor, the Death of a U.N. Ambassador: The Weekend Behind, the Week Ahead

Catch up on the top news stories you may have missed this weekend.

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Don’t Look Now, But There’s Another Greek Debt Crisis Brewing

Talks over Athens’ debt burden threaten to spill into European election season.

Dispatch

How Leftists Learned to Love Le Pen

The far-right National Front’s path to victory runs through France’s former northern Communist strongholds.

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Immigration Ban Blocked for Now, Romanian Protesters Aren’t Done Yet: The Weekend Behind, the Week Ahead

It's Monday again. Time to catch up on the top stories from the weekend.

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WikiLeaks Turns Its Attention to the French Elections

The “professional plot” against François Fillon goes digital.

Voice

Donald Trump’s Far-Right Feedback Loop Is Shaking Europe to Its Core

At risk are the very foundations of the international order.

Argument

Why Is France So Corrupt?

France’s lax ethical standards are catching up with Francois Fillon — and boosting Marine Le Pen's campaign for president.

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