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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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Trump has a credibility problem with Iran. Shanahan’s departure makes it worse.
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David Ignatius Jun 13
Is the Iran-U.S. tinderbox about to ignite?
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In case you missed it, the guilded missile destroyer Paul Ignatius sailed away from on Friday. .
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David Ignatius Jun 6
Trump’s words on D-Day are at odds with his actions
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David Ignatius Jun 4
Britain is the club that Trump resents but desperately wants to join
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David Ignatius May 31
Mueller went out like a lamb when the country needed a lion
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David Ignatius May 30
The most damaging part of Trump’s response to the Mueller report
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David Ignatius May 28
How to make sense of the clown show that is Trump’s foreign policy
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David Ignatius May 23
Talking Trump foreign policy with is a challenge, like trying to explain symptoms to a doctor. What’s the real part that’s actually going to kill you, and what just feels bad. Really enjoyed this one.
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David Ignatius May 23
A stunning case of European hypocrisy
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David Ignatius May 22
Wall Street expects Trump will ease up on Huawei. Don’t be so sure. - The Washington Post
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David Ignatius May 22
A powerful, moving video description of Jamal Khashoggi's last hours by his fiancee, Hatice Cengiz: 'I remember feeling more scared than I have ever felt... via
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David Ignatius May 21
Trump loves walls. But he should be careful about a digital barrier with China.
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David Ignatius May 18
One brave Republican stands up. Will others dare to follow? Breaking With Party, G.O.P. Lawmaker Says Trump’s Conduct Reaches ‘Threshold of Impeachment’
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David Ignatius May 16
What’s Trump’s plan for Iran? Nobody knows.
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David Ignatius May 15
Remembering a moment back in July 2009 when country music star Brad Paisley sang at the Obama White House his song about American optimism and change, “Welcome to the Future.” Sad how that hopeful time has turned out.
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David Ignatius May 14
Foreign adverseries have figured Trump out
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David Ignatius May 9
Iran and U.S. mobilizations could lead to conflict, if there’s a miscalculation
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David Ignatius May 8
The saga of the Chinese mole reads like a spy thriller
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David Ignatius May 7
“‘He has an appetite like a Rocky Mountain vulture’....In his actions, Mr. Trump was more like a peacock.”
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