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Emily Tamkin

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Past articles by Emily:

Xi Vows Military Will Be Great Wall of Steel, Sunak Promises Defense Spending Boost

China is set to increase its defense spending by 7.2 percent this year. → Read More

After Iran and Saudi Reinstate Ties, Iran Falsely Claims Imminent US Prisoner Swap

The news comes days after Iran and Saudi Arabia announced they were reinstating ties with China's help. → Read More

Ryabkov at Disarmament Conference Warns of Nuclear Clash Because United States Is Supporting Ukraine

He delivered his remarks to a largely empty room at the world's premier disarmament forum. → Read More

U.S. and Russia Clash at G-20 Meeting

Japan's foreign minister is skipping the meeting, but plans to be in India later in the week for Quad. → Read More

Tunisians Protest Crackdown on Migrants

The demonstrations come as President Kais Saied depicts opponents and foreigners as threats to national security. → Read More

António Guterres in Geneva Cites Massive Human Rights Abuses From Russia's War in Ukraine

U.N. Secretary-General cited civilian deaths and sexual violence, among other crimes. → Read More

Migrants Set off From Turkey, Die off Coast of Italy

Giorgia Meloni expresses sorrow but faces criticism for her tough stance on migration. → Read More

China Holds First Security Talks in Years With Japan

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, meanwhile, was greeting Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow. → Read More

Putin and Biden Deliver Dueling Speeches

Putin's announcement draws shock and scorn from Ukraine's allies. → Read More

China Sanctions U.S. Defense Companies Over Arms Sales to Taiwan

The United States insists the measures are symbolic. → Read More

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi Starts Trip Through Europe

The trip began in France, with visits planned to Germany, Hungary, Italy—and Russia. → Read More

Moldova Accuses Russia of Coup Plot

Moldova says it's confirming what Ukraine discovered. Russia says Moldova is distracting citizens. → Read More

U.N. Announces Opening of Border Crossings Into Syria

Some still worry that aid delivered to the Syrian regime won't make it to the hard-hit northwest province. → Read More

China Says US Engaged in Information Warfare Because of Spy Balloon

Washington says China’s balloon surveillance program goes far beyond the United States. → Read More

Zelensky Visits UK, France, and Germany for More Military Support

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak promises training for Ukrainian pilots. → Read More

EU Bans Russian Diesel and Other Refined Oil Products as G7 Puts Price Cap in Place

Europe is reducing its dependency on Moscow, but what will it mean for prices? → Read More

EU Leaders in Ukraine; Chinese Spy Balloon in U.S.

Ukraine wants to join the bloc, but seeking accession would mean more reforms amid war. → Read More

Haiti Assassination Suspects Sent to U.S.

The case has stagnated as judges face threats in Haiti. → Read More

Ukraine Pushes for Planes

U.S. President Joe Biden has said no, but Ukraine doesn’t believe that’s the final answer. → Read More

Recession Fears in Germany as Rate Rises Loom

Inflation remains a concern for central banks in Europe and beyond. → Read More