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In her role as administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development, Samantha Power is often thrust into the forefront of some of the world’s biggest crises. From working to ensu...Show more
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Despite Beijing’s rhetoric, a full-scale invasion remains a risky endeavor—and officials think the island can be coerced into reunification.
Finland’s envoy to Washington once shared a sauna with the Russian president. Here’s what he thinks the West got wrong about Vladimir Putin.
Three steps for exerting maximum economic pressure on Putin.
Ukraine isn’t taking credit for the strikes, but officials see them as an effort to cut Russian supply lines.
As Russia weaponizes its gas exports, Germany is left scrambling to meet its needs—and reduction targets.