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Past articles by Mark:

Leaked British Cables Critical of Trump Lead to Diplomatic Uproar

President Trump’s statement came close to declaring Kim Darroch, the ambassador, persona non grata — an extraordinary breach between the United States and one of its closest allies. → Read More

White House Unveils Economic Portion of Middle East Peace Plan

The 38-page plan sets ambitious goals, but there are no concrete dollar commitments from the United States. → Read More

They Each Backed Off Strikes: Trump in ’19, Obama in ’13, Clinton in ’98

The immediate comparison was to Barack Obama’s decision not to attack Syria. But the closer one might be to a last-minute choice by Bill Clinton over a missile strike on Iraq. → Read More

A Trio of Unlikely Partners: Kim, Xi and Trump

Their motives for getting together are deeply divergent, but the interests of the leaders of North Korea, China and the United States occasionally harmonize. → Read More

Xi Jinping Will Make First Visit to North Korea Ahead of Meeting With Trump

At a time when tensions among North Korea, China and the United States have been high, some officials see Mr. Xi’s trip to Pyongyang as a way to cool things down. → Read More

On Trump’s Ireland Visit, Talk of Brexit and Border Walls

President Trump predicted that Brexit would be good for Ireland “with your wall, your border.” Ireland’s prime minister replied that the country wanted to avoid “a wall or border” with Britain. → Read More

Trump Insults London Mayor as ‘Loser’ as He Pays Tribute to the Queen

Queen Elizabeth welcomed Mr. Trump to Buckingham Palace, while he engaged in an ugly dispute with London’s mayor, calling him a “stone cold loser.” → Read More

Trump’s Middle East Peace Plan Faces a Crossroads After Coalition Talks in Israel Crumble

The administration’s plan could end up becoming a vehicle to resurrect the political fortunes of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and protect those of President Trump. → Read More

Let’s Not Upset the President: The White House Tells the Navy to Hide the U.S.S. McCain

The request was an effort to keep Mr. McCain’s name out of photographs while Mr. Trump was at a naval base in Japan. → Read More

Trump Administration Hardens Its Attack on Climate Science

In a significant escalation, policymakers are seeking to undermine or discard research showing the most dire risks of inaction on climate change. → Read More

Trump Tells Pentagon Chief He Does Not Want War With Iran

The president’s statement came during a briefing on the rising tensions with Tehran, and officials said he was firm in saying he did not want a military clash. → Read More

Trump Tells Pentagon Chief He Does Not Want War With Iran

The president’s statement came during a briefing on the rising tensions with Tehran, and officials said he was firm in saying he did not want a military clash. → Read More

Trump’s Love for Tariffs Began in Japan’s ’80s Boom

Thirty years later, few issues have defined Donald J. Trump’s presidency more than his love for tariffs — and on few issues has he been more unswerving. → Read More

Larry Kudlow Breaks With Trump, Saying ‘Both Sides Will Pay’ in Trade War With China

Larry Kudlow’s acknowledgment was merely a recognition of Economics 101. But it flew in the face of one of President Trump’s favorite arguments: that trade wars are easy to win. → Read More

Trump Sees a China Trade Deal Through a New Prism: The 2020 Election

The president’s recent statements suggest he now believes that demonstrating his toughness with China and walking away from a deal might well put him in a better position politically than signing one. → Read More

At Florida Rally, Trump Denounces Democrats’ ‘Nonsense’ as He Looks to 2020

At a relatively subdued “Make America Great Again” rally on Wednesday night, the president riffed on familiar themes, like the “fake news media” and Hillary Clinton. → Read More

Jared Kushner Dismisses Russian Election Interference as ‘Couple of Facebook Ads’

His comments seemed to contradict Facebook’s own estimates that Russian ads and social-media posts reached 126 million Americans during the election. → Read More

Trump Vetoes Measure to Force End to U.S. Involvement in Yemen War

President Trump’s decision to reject the bipartisan resolution was the second time in a month that he has blocked legislation passed by both houses of Congress. → Read More

‘The Russian Hoax Is Finally Dead,’ Trump Tells Michigan Rally

Speaking in Grand Rapids, the site of his final campaign rally before his upset win in 2016, the president called the inquiry into collusion with Russia “a sinister effort to undermine” the election. → Read More

Trump, With Netanyahu, Formally Recognizes Israel’s Authority Over Golan Heights

The president’s decision was a valuable political gift to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu a few weeks before he faces voters in Israel in a closely fought election. → Read More