Ali Rogin is a foreign affairs producer at the PBS NewsHour.
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World Jul 25WATCH: ‘There are alliances’ who want Maduro in power, former Venezuelan intelligence chief says
Until three months ago, former Manuel Ricardo Cristopher Figuera was one of the most powerful men in Venezuela. He says Maduro’s hold on power depends on the Venezuelan army.
World Jul 18WATCH: Steven Cook on Turkey-Russian ties and its effects on NATO
A dispute between Turkey and the U.S. over a missile defense system has left observers questioning whether Turkey is strengthening its ties with Russia, to the long-term detriment of its NATO partners.
World Jul 10Members of new Pompeo task force have previously praised human-rights abusers
The mission of a new panel created to advise the State Department on the definition of human rights and its role in American diplomacy may stand in conflict with what some of its members have said in the past.
World Jul 03After escaping captivity, American detainees come home to credit penalties
It’s common for U.S. captives to return home to find they have a damaged financial reputation and no clear path to restore it, according to a new report from the James W. Foley Legacy Foundation, the group named after the…
World Jun 13Who will inherit the Brexit fight? A guide to the UK’s prime minister race
Several members of the Conservative Party are vying to replace outgoing Prime Minister Theresa May. The winner will be tasked with finding the least messy way for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union.
World May 28What the European Parliament elections mean for Brexit
The single-issue Brexit party won’t wield much power inside the massive parliament itself, but it will have an outsized influence on British politics for the next five months as the country prepares to leave the EU by a Oct. 31…
World Apr 185 new details in Mueller’s report about Russian election interference
Special counsel Robert Mueller’s report paints a fuller picture of what he called Russia’s “sweeping and systemic” interference in American democracy, and when and how Russians communicated with Trump campaign associates.
World Apr 03Turkish foreign minister slams U.S. for having ‘no clear strategy’ on Syria
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu slammed the United States’ Syria strategy and Middle East peace plan, saying Wednesday that one was underdeveloped and the other might not exist. “It seems that there is no clear…
Politics Mar 27Durbin set to reintroduce his anti-domestic terrorism bill. Here’s how it would work
The Domestic Terrorism Prevention Act, a piece of legislation Durbin originally introduced in 2017, would require federal agencies to issue an annual report on domestic terrorism and codify an interagency domestic terrorism task force, according to the draft legislation, details…
World Mar 14Afghan official accuses U.S. envoy of undermining Taliban peace talks
Afghanistan's National Security Adviser Hamdullah Mohib criticized the Trump administration's handling of peace talks with the Taliban.