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Dan Haverty

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Past articles by Dan:

Israel to Approve New Settlement Units in the West Bank

Despite shelving annexation, Netanyahu is full-steam ahead on settlement expansion. → Read More

U.K. and EU Try to Hammer Out a Trade Deal as Critical Deadline Nears

From fish to Northern Ireland, major disagreements remain as Brexit negotiations enter their final week. → Read More

U.S. Slaps New Sanctions on Iran as U.N. Arms Embargo Set to Expire

Washington is trying to ensure the pressure stays on Iran, but Moscow could try to strengthen its ties to Tehran. → Read More

Greece’s Golden Dawn Ruled a Criminal Organization

The ruling against Golden Dawn is a major victory for liberal democracy; U.S. vice presidential candidates discuss foreign-policy issues. → Read More

Global Coronavirus Death Toll Surpasses 1 Million

As a second wave hits much of the world, there's still no end to the pandemic in sight. → Read More

Azerbaijan and Armenia on the Brink of War After Deadly Clashes

Dozens are reportedly injured in the worst round of violence between the two countries in years. → Read More

U.S. Plans to Send New Round of Weapons to Taiwan

As relations with China continue to deteriorate, Washington prepares to deepen its security ties with Taiwan. → Read More

Afghanistan Leaders Meet as Peace Talks Get Underway

After months of delays, Taliban and Afghan government leaders look for an end to their decades-long conflict. → Read More

No-Deal Brexit Is Back on the Table as EU-U.K. Trade Talks Get Underway

The EU faces renewed pressure as Boris Johnson works to override the withdrawal agreement. → Read More

Kosovar and Serbian Leaders Seek a Resolution During Talks at the White House

But today’s meeting is unlikely to pave the way out of their decades-old dispute. → Read More

European Leaders Pay Surprise Visit to Libya to Push for Peace

International actors are working to promote peace in the war-torn country, but there’s still a long way to go. → Read More

U.S. Officials Led by Jared Kushner Tour the Middle East to Promote Israeli-UAE Peace Deal

Trump officials have their eyes on November, but efforts to promote normalization with Israel in other Gulf states appear unlikely. → Read More

EU Leaders Meet as Eastern Mediterranean Crisis Deepens

Foreign ministers hope to avert a military confrontation, but the dispute will likely fester. → Read More

A Wave of Violence Hits Afghanistan as Hope for Talks Falters

Progress on the prisoner issue is still stalled, but key players are looking for a way out. → Read More

Prominent Putin Critic Alexei Navalny Believed to Be Poisoned

Fingers are pointing at Putin, but local officials could be the culprits. → Read More

Mali in Crisis as Soldiers Detain President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita in Apparent Coup

Leaders across the world condemned the mutiny, but anti-government protesters cheered the apparent coup. → Read More

Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko Hints at Russian Military Support in the Face of Anti-Government Protests

Moscow denied his claims, but Belarus's president is considering all options as he clings to power. → Read More

U.S. and China Expected to Meet for Trade Talks as Tensions Escalate

U.S. bans on Chinese tech conglomerates will likely headline the meeting. → Read More

U.S. to Seek Arms Embargo Extension on Iran

The resolution’s expected failure could open the way for the reimposition of sanctions on Iran. → Read More

Thousands Protest Election Results in Belarus as Lukashenko Claims Victory

The opposition claims the election was rigged as Lukashenko looks to extend his 26-year rule. → Read More