LONDON — The U.K. and European Union announced a breakthrough in Brexit talks early Friday, resolving the contentious issue of the Irish border which earlier this week threatened to derail the divorce negotiations. In a series of late-night phone calls, British Prime Minister Theresa May along with Irish and E.U. leaders hashed out how Brexit will affect the 310-mile border between Northern Ireland, which is part of the U.K. and the Irish Republic, which is not.
RIYADH, Saudi Arabia — Thousands of young women cheered and rose in a standing ovation at the first public concert performed by a female singer in Saudi Arabia. Some took off their abayas — the loose-fitting, full-length robes local women are required to wear in public — allowing their hair to hang loose. Others danced to renditions of Whitney Houston and Celine Dion tunes as well as Arab classics. Many of the well-heeled young women held up their smartphones to film the spectacle.
One of the guiding principles of international relations is that nations act out of their own self-interest. So how does President Donald Trump’s expected announcement to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and eventually move the U.S. Embassy to the city advance U.S. foreign policy objectives? It doesn’t, according to analysts. Some also warned Trump's decision could damage peace-building efforts in the Middle East as well as America’s credibility as a respected world power.
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Selecting a term
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