Nick Robins-Early, HuffPost Canada

Nick Robins-Early

HuffPost Canada

New York, NY, United States

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  • HuffPost India
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Recent articles by Nicholas:

Trump's History Of Asking Foreign Governments To Do His Dirty Work

The president has long tried to solicit damaging information against his opponents. → Read More

Israel’s Election Sticks Netanyahu Between Indictments And Gridlocked Government

Benjamin Netanyahu failed to get a clear victory in Israel's vote. What happens now? → Read More

First Came A Mysterious Explosion, Then The Russian Denials

The Kremlin won’t say much about a blast at a secretive Russian nuclear reactor. → Read More

The White House Is Split On Iran, With One Side Thirsty For Conflict

A divide in the Trump administration is producing nonsensical policies, say former officials and experts. → Read More

They're Not Lone Wolves. El Paso Was The Latest Target In Global White Supremacist Movement

The shooter may have acted alone, but he's part of a network that stretches from Christchurch to Quebec City to Oslo. → Read More

Iran Seizes British Oil Tanker In Strait Of Hormuz, State Media Claims

The incident, involving the Stena Impero tanker, comes a day after Iran seized another tanker and the U.S. claimed to have downed an Iranian drone. → Read More

Senate Democrats To Force Vote On Trump’s Power To Launch War With Iran

After threatening a key defense bill, senators are slated to vote on an amendment to rein in the president’s ability to initiate military action. → Read More

Democratic Senators Consider Filibuster To Force Vote On Iran

Senators may block a key defense bill to force President Trump to get congressional approval for a war on Iran. → Read More

The Trump Administration's Pressure On Iran Is Creeping Toward Conflict

Iran's downing of a U.S. drone is the latest in a dangerous escalation. → Read More

Sudan's Crisis Puts The Country On The Brink Of Disaster

After ousting a long-reigning dictator, Sudan's protest movement fears the military is gripping onto power. → Read More

YouTube Says It's Removing Thousands Of Extremist Videos. What Happens To Them?

Extremism experts and researchers want the platform to preserve neo-Nazi and far-right videos to better understand what's driving online hate. → Read More

Iranian Proxies Play A Key Role In Trump's Hawks Push For Armed Conflict

Experts warn that treating a wide array of groups as official Iranian actors is dangerous and misinformed. → Read More

Ricardo Duchesne Is A University Of New Brunswick Professor. He's Also A White Supremacist

He teaches students at UNB, while moonlighting on white nationalist podcasts and spouting racist conspiracy theories. → Read More

Can Congress Steer The U.S. Away From War With Iran?

A lack of congressional oversight is leaving the Trump administration on a collision course with Tehran. → Read More

Like ISIS Before Them, Far-Right Extremists Are Migrating To Telegram

White nationalists and conspiracy theorists kicked off Facebook and Instagram turn to the encrypted messaging app's safe haven. → Read More

Pete Buttigieg Says Trump 'Deserves Impeachment'

He joined other Democratic 2020 candidates advocating impeachment in the wake of the Mueller report. → Read More

Mueller Investigated These 10 Events To See If Trump Obstructed Justice

Here are the episodes of potential obstruction that the special counsel looked at in the Russia investigation. → Read More

Here's What To Look For In The Mueller Report

Attorney General William Barr's redacted doc may reveal new info about Trump obstruction, Russian election meddling and more. → Read More

A Guide To The Eccentric Cast Of Characters Surrounding Julian Assange

The WikiLeaks founder's supporters range from Ecuador's former president to actress Pamela Anderson. → Read More

What Julian Assange's Arrest Means For Freedom Of The Press

The charges against the WikiLeaks founder bring up huge First Amendment issues. → Read More