Ishaan Tharoor, Washington Post

Ishaan Tharoor

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Washington, DC, United States

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Recent articles by Ishaan:

Trump and Netanyahu keep on colluding

Israel's prime minister won yet another "political gift" from a White House that's eager to please. → Read More

China lays down a marker in Europe

Italy becomes the first major Western economy to join an ambitious Chinese global infrastructure project. → Read More

The warped history that fuels right-wing terrorism

For the suspected gunman behind the massacres in New Zealand, the past was an endless battlefield. → Read More

Cyclone Idai could be the Southern Hemisphere’s deadliest storm

Almost a week after the storm made landfall, there are fears the death toll could be in the thousands. → Read More

Jacinda Ardern’s response to the mosque attacks in New Zealand praised worldwide

The New Zealand leader has become the face of both her nation's grief and its resolve. → Read More

The racist theory that links terrorism in New Zealand to the Trump presidency

The terrorist gunman's fixation on the "great replacement" of white populations echoes among the American far right. → Read More

Trump and Bolsonaro’s far-right summit

The hardline nationalist leaders of the hemisphere's largest democracies will meet next week. → Read More

Brexit may no longer mean Brexit

Britain's quest to exit Europe gets mugged again by reality. → Read More

Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika will not run for reelection, marking a historic victory for protesters

But will an entrenched regime now allow meaningful change and reform? → Read More

Venezuela’s crisis starts to look like a stalemate

Some experts warn of Venezuela lurching toward a “Zimbabwe-style” scenario. → Read More

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman won't change his course despite the West's rebuke

The Saudi crown prince has gone "full gangster," says a leading U.S. senator. → Read More

Israel’s Netanyahu may be in his last weeks in power

Mounting legal troubles may lead to the long-ruling prime minister's defeat. → Read More

Can America’s ties to Europe be saved?

The recently departed E.U. ambassador to Washington certainly believes they can. → Read More

Is a new Arab Spring on the way?

Mass protests in Algeria and Sudan recall the uprisings of 2011. → Read More

Trump’s failure in Vietnam is a reminder of the merits of the Iran deal

"The irony is that the best possible outcome for North Korea would look something like the Iran deal." → Read More

The fragility of citizenship

Philip Rucker's debriefing on the Trump-Kim Hanoi summit. Ishaan Tharoor on the question of citizenship for westerners in the Islamic State. Plus, the Pentagon’s new effort to count civilian casualties in war from Missy Ryan. → Read More

India and Pakistan may not go to war. But there’s trouble ahead.

Tensions between the nuclear-armed neighbors are at their highest in two decades. → Read More

The week’s other summit: Kushner to meet Saudi crown prince

For the Saudi crown prince, Kushner's arrival is evidence of his global rehabilitation. → Read More

Is Venezuela lurching toward war?

A bloody showdown over the weekend sees both sides now digging in their heels. → Read More

Trump and May create citizens ‘of nowhere’

The moves to strip two women who joined the Islamic State of their citizenship stir controversy. → Read More