Saturday, February 27, 2021

Tag: Foreign Correspondent

Foreign Correspondent: What Trump and the Myanmar coup have in common

The Asian country’s military overthrew its government over baseless claims of voter fraud. Sound familiar?

Foreign Correspondent: Battle lines drawn on ending Yemen War

The Biden Administration has a chance to undo a disastrous label and open the door for peace.

Foreign Correspondent: Capitol insurrection as seen from abroad

Journalists and activists overseas share what the world is thinking about us.

Foreign Correspondent: US hypocrisy on Cuba continues

State Department ‘terror list’ includes countries that aren't terrorists and excludes those who are.

Foreign Correspondent: Are Cuban protesters freedom fighters or US pawns?

Painters, musicians, and other artists are responding to what they call the ‘lack of freedom of speech.’ The government calls them agents of the US.

Foreign Correspondent: Iran assassination aims to hurt Biden

Israel and Trump are deliberately trying to provoke a crisis for the next President to inherit, Iran sources say

Foreign Correspondent: The upcoming fights over COVID vaccine

Who will be vaccinated first -- and in what country?

Foreign Correspondent: The challenge for Joe Biden

If he’s smart, the likely President-elect will stop the unpopular endless wars and use the money to help our domestic economy.

Foreign Correspondent: What Bolivia can teach the US about fair elections

The South American nation sets an example of how to undo a coup.

Foreign Correspondent: Right-wing populism will make you sick

The world’s worst outbreaks are occurring in nations with authoritarian leaders, like Trump