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Today β€” May 21st 2018Your RSS feeds

Trump Grappling With Risks of Proceeding With North Korea Meeting

By DAVID E. SANGER

President Trump was surprised and angered by a statement issued by the North’s chief nuclear negotiator, who declared that the country would not swap its nuclear weapons capability for economic aid.

Russian Billionaire’s U.K. Visa Delayed Amid Diplomatic Tensions

By ANDREW HIGGINS

Roman Abramovich, owner of Chelsea, missed its final soccer match after his visa expired. It’s unclear if his troubles are a bureaucratic hiccup or if Britain is clamping down.

U.K. Visa for Roman Abramovich, Russian Billionaire, Is Delayed

By ANDREW HIGGINS

Mr. Abramovich, owner of Chelsea, missed a high-profile soccer match after his visa expired. It’s unclear if his troubles are a bureaucratic hiccup or if Britain is clamping down.

Over 10,000 Moroccans Protest U.S. Embassy Move to Jerusalem

By REUTERS

Chanting “death to Israel,” marchers carried Palestinian flags and placards that called Jerusalem “Palestine’s eternal capital.”

Once Hated by U.S. and Tied to Iran, Is Sadr Now β€˜Face of Reform’ in Iraq?

By MARGARET COKER

Moktada al-Sadr, the upset winner of Iraq’s election, has undergone a reinvention, from a militant Shiite to an anticorruption champion whose “Iraq First” message appeals across religious divides.

Yesterday β€” May 20th 2018Your RSS feeds

Now Even Japan Is Pushing Back Against Trump’s Tariffs

By MOTOKO RICH

Japan is considering filing a complaint with the W.T.O. against the United States for tariffs on steel and aluminum imports, a sign it could be readying for a trade war.

U.S. Suspends Tariffs on China, Stoking Fears of a Loss of Leverage

By ANA SWANSON and ALAN RAPPEPORT

A temporary cease-fire has calmed fears of a trade war, but the Trump administration now faces criticism it is backing down from striking a tough deal.

U.S. and South Korea to Discuss North’s β€˜Bright Future’

By CHOE SANG-HUN

Moon Jae-in, the South Korean leader, is to meet President Trump at the White House next week to discuss possible incentives for Pyongyang to denuclearize.

#MeToo Hits Cannes Closing Ceremony With a Fury

By MANOHLA DARGIS

Midway through the awards for 71st Cannes Film Festival, Asia Argento told the audience that the event was Harvey Weinstein’s “hunting ground.”

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Ending the Dead End in North Korea

By JAMES CLAPPER

We should set aside for a minute our demand that it disarm before any other negotiation.

U.S. and China Tout Trade Talks as Success, but Leave the Details for Later

By ANA SWANSON

The two countries said they had reached an agreement to increase American exports, but the White House noted that specifics would be agreed upon at a later date.

Israel and Evangelicals: New U.S. Embassy Signals a Growing Alliance

By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK, ELIZABETH DIAS and DAVID M. HALBFINGER

The opening of the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem marks the increasing importance of conservative Christians to Israel, at the risk of upsetting American Jews.

Booming Savannah Port Sees Trade Tensions as Just a Hiccup

By PATRICIA COHEN and NATALIE KITROEFF

At the nation’s fourth-busiest gateway, local confidence over its potential outweighs any anxiety over the threat of tariffs.

China Pledges $200 Billion in U.S. Purchases by Overhauling Trade Rules

By ANA SWANSON and JIM TANKERSLEY

Chinese negotiators pledged to reduce tariffs and nontariff barriers on American goods, a move that could result in an additional $200 billion of purchases by 2020.

Burundi’s Leader Can Extend His Term. His African Peers Take Notes.

By JINA MOORE

Pierre Nkurunziza, the leader of a tiny African country, could become an “eternal” president after a referendum to extend terms in office.

It’s Benjamin Netanyahu’s World Now

By ANSHEL PFEFFER

The Israeli prime minister has shown the world that it’s possible to defy the United States, ignore liberal values — and win.

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