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Britain Dealt Defeat at U.N. Over Its Control of Chagos Islands

By Rick Gladstone

United Nations members voted 116 to 6 in support of a resolution demanding that Britain give Mauritius the Chagos Islands, home to an important American military base.

Trump’s Ringside Evening in the Sumo Arena

By Katie Rogers

The sumo ring is a sacred space where rules have applied for centuries. Foreign leaders do not often step inside, but President Trump came bearing a trophy.

Trump’s Ringside Evening in the Sumo Arena

By Katie Rogers

The sumo ring is a sacred space where rules have applied for centuries. Foreign leaders do not often step inside, but President Trump came bearing a trophy.

Trump Opens Tokyo Visit With a Tweet Sure to Unnerve the Japanese

By Annie Karni and Katie Rogers

President Trump played down North Korea’s recent tests of short-range ballistic missiles, undercutting declarations by both Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and the president’s own national security adviser.

Bernie Sanders, No Longer the Front-Runner, Brings Campaign Home to Vermont

By Sydney Ember

His themes are familiar, but his status — he is now second in the polls — has changed. He is starting to host in-person fund-raisers, with ticket prices starting at $27.

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John Bolton Says North Korean Missile Tests Violated U.N. Resolutions

By Motoko Rich

Mr. Bolton said there was “no doubt” that missile tests this month violated Security Council resolutions. President Trump had earlier downplayed their importance.

A Changing Sumo Will Welcome a Slipper-Clad Trump Into the Ring

By Motoko Rich and Hisako Ueno

President Trump plans to attend the final match of an annual tournament in Tokyo, where he will present a custom-made trophy to the winner, drawing international attention to the ancient sport.

John Bolton Says North Korean Missile Tests Violated U.N. Resolutions

By Motoko Rich

Mr. Bolton said there was “no doubt” that missile tests this month violated Security Council resolutions. President Trump had earlier downplayed their importance.

For Trump’s Japan Trip, Abe Piles on the Flattery. But to What End?

By Katie Rogers and Motoko Rich

Observers have their doubts about whether a trip filled with flattery will entice Mr. Trump to cooperate on trade and other matters of Japanese interest.

Latest Arena for China’s Growing Global Ambitions: The Arctic

By Steven Lee Myers and Somini Sengupta

In a warming Arctic, China is drilling for gas, testing new shipping lanes and partnering with the region's military powerhouse, Russia.

Colombia’s Peace Is Too Precious to Abandon

By The Editorial Board

Skeptics of an accord with rebels are undermining its enforcement. The White House shouldn’t help them.

Trump Officials Prepare to Bypass Congress to Sell Weapons to Gulf Nations

By Edward Wong, Catie Edmondson and Eric Schmitt

The move would infuriate Democrats and Republicans in Congress, who are seeking to limit American military support for Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.

China’s Supply of Minerals for iPhones and Missiles Could Be a Risky Trade Weapon

By Keith Bradsher

The country dominates production of the rare earths used in myriad technologies, but tangled global supply chains make it hard to hit the U.S. directly.

The Last, Best Press Agent

By Paul Brownfield

Sy Presten, who turns 95 on May 23 in New York, remembers when the publicity business was fun.

Stocks Slide Over Worsening U.S.-China Trade Tensions

By THE NEW YORK TIMES

Investors seemed to be reacting to a growing sense that the dispute between Washington and Beijing was deepening and would continue indefinitely.

A Deal for Iran: Normalization for Normalization

By Bret Stephens

The theocratic regime could not long survive if the Islamic republic acted like most nations.

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