Passport Is On Holiday (But We’ll Still Compare Cat Photos to Putin)

We're revamping The Cable with a more global spin.

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Looking for Passport? That visa has expired. In keeping with Foreign Policy's smart, funny, and often-acid blogging on world issues intersecting with Washington, we're revamping The Cable with a more global spin and sending Passport on holiday. Go here to check out the new-and-improved Cable, with twice the posts and twice the punch. And be sure to follow its principal writers, Robbie Gramer at @robbiegramer and Emily Tamkin at @emilyctamkin.

Looking for Passport? That visa has expired. In keeping with Foreign Policy’s smart, funny, and often-acid blogging on world issues intersecting with Washington, we’re revamping The Cable with a more global spin and sending Passport on holiday. Go here to check out the new-and-improved Cable, with twice the posts and twice the punch. And be sure to follow its principal writers, Robbie Gramer at @robbiegramer and Emily Tamkin at @emilyctamkin.

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