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Past articles by Colm:

A Third U.S. Delegation Lands in Taiwan Amid Deepening Ties

Indiana's governor follows in the footsteps of other national lawmakers led by Nancy Pelosi. → Read More

Ruto Declared Kenya’s Next President

Although African leaders are already sending their congratulations, legal challenges to the result are expected. → Read More

Is Ukraine’s PR Machine Sputtering?

Ukraine’s fight depends on Americans’ and Europeans’ solidarity—but do they have the attention span? → Read More

Cease-fire Holds After Israel’s Weekend Gaza Bombardment

Round of violence launched by Israel's strikes on Islamic Jihad leadership killed dozens, including children. → Read More

Lavrov in Myanmar As Russia Courts Pariahs

The Russian foreign minister's visit cements already close ties between the two heavily-sanctioned nations. → Read More

Zelensky Orders Donetsk Evacuation as Forces Counter in South

Ukraine accused Russia of further war crimes over an explosion at a prisoner of war camp in Russian-held territory. → Read More

Biden and Xi Set to Discuss Taiwan Tensions

Nancy Pelosi’s travel plans make today's phone call far more than a catch-up. → Read More

Will a New Italian Government Go Soft on Russia?

Mario Draghi was seen as responsible for keeping Italy on board with the EU’s Ukraine policy. Is that about to change? → Read More

Von Der Leyen Heads To Baku On Europe’s Great Gas Hunt

Azerbaijan can only replace a fraction of Russia’s gas to Europe, but EU officials are hoping a patchwork of nations can change its dependence on Russia. → Read More

Yemen’s Improbable Truce Hangs in the Balance

A two-month truce between the Houthis and the Saudi-led coalition expires today, and international negotiators are scrambling for an extension. → Read More

Russia Advances in Luhansk as Biden Plans New Weapons Shipments

In an 11th U.S. arms package, Ukraine is to receive longer-range rocket launchers. → Read More

Mariupol Finally Falls as Last Fighters Surrender

Russia’s position in the south is now cemented as prospects for peace remain remote. → Read More

Sweden Follows Finland’s Steps Towards NATO

Sweden’s ruling Social Democrats have decided to join the alliance in a historic shift. → Read More

Biden Welcomes Southeast Asian Leaders to Washington

The gathering underscores the United States' attempts to keep one on eye on Asia even as it focuses on Ukraine. → Read More

Sri Lanka Begins IMF Talks in Washington

Poor economic management and external shocks bring Colombo to the lender’s door for the 17th time. → Read More

Imran Khan is Out, But It’s Not His Last Innings

The ousted Pakistani leader has vowed to fight on, as Shehbaz Sharif looks set for power. → Read More

Biden To Call for More Sanctions, More Troops in Brussels

EU, G-7, and NATO leaders gather today in Brussels to plot next steps as Ukraine’s war enters its fifth week. → Read More

Kyiv Readies For Russian Assault

President Zelensky has criticized the Western response as insufficient and vowed to stay in Ukraine. → Read More

War Has Come to Kyiv. How Will The West Respond?

Western leaders must weigh how to pressure a Russian leader who seems to have gone past the point of no return. → Read More

U.S. and Allies Mull Sanctions Over Putin's Donbass Play

Washington is left grasping for leverage after a frantic Monday. → Read More