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David Ignatius
I am a columnist for the Washington Post , a Harvard Kennedy School fellow and author of ten espionage thrillers.
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EmmaDaly Apr 18
Remembering Jamal Khashoggi - lights a candle to honor journalists killed in 2018 - awards dinner 1/
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David Ignatius Apr 18
The U.S. has lost moral authority under Trump. The Mueller report gives some back.
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David Ignatius Apr 16
How Xi overplayed his hand with America
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David Ignatius Apr 11
Is Julian Assange a journalist, or is he just an accused thief?
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David Ignatius Apr 9
Trump’s Iran sanctions could backfire
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David Ignatius Apr 6
Powerful piece by taking account of US responsibility for the horrific war in Yemen.
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David Ignatius Apr 5
says it just right. Jamal should be alive and honored for his own journalism today. What an inspiring group of reporters gathered in NY to receive George Polk awards. Each award showed the cleansing power of a free press.
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David Ignatius Apr 4
The story of a private-equity fund shows how a U.S.-Egypt reset could begin
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David Ignatius Apr 2
If you want to understand how parents could crave status and success so much they would bribe colleges to accept their children, read David Zahl’s new book . We worship false gods.
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David Ignatius Apr 2
How to tell the truth where the truth could mean death
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David Ignatius Apr 2
On this six-month anniversary of Jamal Khashoggi's death, his Washington Post colleagues have put together this powerful video remembrance. The assassination of Jamal Khashoggi
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David Ignatius Mar 29
Here's great video summarizing the 3,500-word investigation we just posted about how Jamal Khashoggi's death six months ago has rocked the U,S-Saudi relationship.
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David Ignatius Mar 29
How the mysteries of Khashoggi’s murder have rocked the U.S.-Saudi partnership
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David Ignatius Mar 28
Moving story by about the Navy warrior and Mom who was the first woman combat death in Syria. She was a driven warrior, and then a devoted mom. When her orders came in, could she reconcile the two?
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David Ignatius Mar 28
Moscow shouldn’t misjudge the Mueller moment
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David Ignatius Mar 22
A powerful statement of political morality in the Trump abyss by . Why should a Republican stay in a party that has gone off the moral rails?
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David Ignatius Mar 21
The Mueller report won’t fix the problem underlying it all
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David Ignatius Mar 19
Trump’s unrealistic promises to the Rust Belt may come back to haunt him
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David Ignatius Mar 15
Book review of The Back Channel: A Memoir of American Diplomacy and the Case for Its Renewal by William Burns - The Washington Post
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David Ignatius Mar 14
The military-industrial-congressional complex is holding our national security back
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