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Adam Taylor

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Recent articles by Adam:

Dutch lawmakers demand answers after U.S. ambassador holds party for right-wing populists at embassy

“That would be a violation of the Treaty of Vienna,” one lawmaker said. → Read More

Health-care workers make up 1 in 7 covid-19 cases recorded globally, WHO says

The figures are disproportionate: Data collected by the WHO suggests that health workers represent less than 3 percent of the population in the majority of countries. → Read More

Brexit drama comes to Washington

In trying to force the E.U.'s hand for a better trade deal, Britain now appears to have put its U.S. relationship on the line too. → Read More

Global views of U.S. plunge to new lows amid pandemic, poll finds

Data released by Pew Research Center on Tuesday suggests that the international reputation of the United States has dropped to a new low. → Read More

Violent demonstrations sweep Bogota after death of man detained by police

At least seven people died and hundreds were injured amid violent demonstrations in Colombia beginning Wednesday. → Read More

Johnson has reasons to worry about Biden win, former British ambassador says

The former British ambassador resigned after his unflattering views of Trump were leaked. He's back to tell his side of the story. → Read More

Britain seeks former Australian leader as post-Brexit trade envoy, despite record of misogyny and homophobia

Tony Abbott helped craft trade deals as Australian prime minister, but he also stood accused of bigotry, climate change denial and eating raw onions whole. → Read More

Why vaccine nationalism is winning

Governments have failed to unite in the fight against covid-19. → Read More

Who is Shinzo Abe, Japan’s departing leader, and what legacy will he leave?

His resignation comes as Japan struggles to curb the coronavirus pandemic and as the country plans for next year’s rescheduled Tokyo Olympics. → Read More

Wealthy nations applaud their leaders’ covid-19 responses. The U.S. and U.K. are the exceptions.

A majority in both Britain and the United States say their country has done badly during the pandemic. → Read More

Trump’s silence on Navalny’s alleged poisoning

A week after Alexei Navalny fell into a coma, the U.S. president has yet to condemn it — or really comment on it at all. → Read More

After Beirut, ports around the world searched for a dangerous chemicals. Some didn’t like what they found.

Nearly double the volume of ammonium nitrate, the compound that caused the explosion in Lebanon, was found in a Romanian port. → Read More

Who is Alexei Navalny, the Kremlin critic in a coma after suspected poisoning?

Navalny's spokeswoman says he fell ill after drinking a cup of tea. → Read More

The first coup d’etat of the coronavirus era

But the military takeover in Mali is unlikely to be the last pandemic-era power change. → Read More

Trump says mail-in voting could be ‘catastrophic.’ Here’s how other countries do it.

Some nations that held elections during the coronavirus pandemic, including Poland and South Korea, promoted mail-in votes. → Read More

Federal officers may be leaving Portland, but federal charges will linger for many

People from many walks of lives are facing federal charges from Portland’s protests. → Read More

Trump ordered federal forces to quell Portland protests. But the chaos ended as soon as they left.

On Thursday, the first protest held since the federal agencies agreed to pull back their officers was a markedly more peaceful affair than in recent weeks. → Read More

U.K. lifts travel restrictions for dozens of countries, but U.S. arrivals still require 14-day self isolation

The lightened rules free up residents of Britain to travel. → Read More

Taiwan’s de facto ambassador to the U.S. is optimistic in the age of coronavirus

The pandemic could be a "window of opportunity" for Taiwan and the United States, Taipei's man in Washington says. → Read More

Vietnam offers tough lessons for U.S. on coronavirus

The country is succeeding in the fight against the coronavirus where the United States is failing. → Read More