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Obama’s Visit Raises Ghosts of Hiroshima

May 11, 2016
David Sanger | The New York Times
For decades, visitors to the ghostly dome in Hiroshima that stands like a sole survivor from the dropping of the atomic bomb there more than 70 years ago entered a world that mixed unspeakable tragedy with historical amnesia.
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2016 Veepstakes: Who will be the #2 on the party tickets?

May 6, 2016
Speculation has already started about who the vice presidential candidates will be.
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Trump fails to impress foreign-policy experts

April 28, 2016
Michael Crowley | Politico
A speech aimed at boosting his credibility got low marks from across the spectrum.
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An ‘Evolving’ Donald Trump to Discuss Foreign Policy in Washington

April 27, 2016
Ashley Parker | The New York Times
Donald J. Trump has worried the foreign policy establishment by threatening to dismantle the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and by playing down the risk of nuclear proliferation.
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Obama’s Gulf gambit: More military aid to allies could ease regional rifts with Iran

April 21, 2016
Juliet Eilperin, Greg Jaffe | The Washington Post
President Obama promised Gulf Arab allies weapons and support Thursday to counter Iranian influence in the region even as he pushed them to be open to dialogue and diplomacy with their longtime rival.
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Obama's big damage-control tour

April 19, 2016
Michael Crowley | POLITICO
President Barack Obama will drop in on three of America's most important allies this week, possibly for the last time. But he isn't expecting an adoring reception in any of them. The U.S. relationship with all three nations is distressed, and Obama will be doing more than a little damage control.
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Trump plans a series of policy speeches

April 6, 2016
Karen Tumulty, Robert Costa | The Washington Post
GOP front-runner Donald Trump, facing a likely setback in Tuesday's Wisconsin primary, plans to shift gears in the coming weeks, and give a series of policy speeches in settings more formal than the freewheeling rallies that have become his political signature.

Trump's Republican bona fides, Sanders & Clinton trade jabs and Supreme Court's second tie after Scalia's death

April 1, 2016
Donald Trump faced criticism for comments on abortion, foreign policy and nuclear weapons.
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