Josh Rogin

a Washington Post columnist covering foreign policy and national security

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Josh Rogin is a columnist for the Washington Post's Global Opinions section. He is a former columnist at Bloomberg View, political analyst for CNN and a former senior national security correspondent for the Daily Beast. Rogin also reported for Foreign Policy magazine, where he wrote The Cable blog, and at Congressional Quarterly.

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At a Press conference this morning, President Trump said China (and Ukraine) should investigate the business ties of Joe Biden, his son Hunter Biden, and their dealings in Ukraine.

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At a Press conference this morning, President Trump said China (and Ukraine) should investigate the business ties of Joe Biden, his son Hunter Biden, and their dealings in Ukraine.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

UN Ambassador Nikki Haley introduced President Trump today for his first appearance at the United Nations.

First UN Assembly under Trump kicks off in New York

UN Ambassador Nikki Haley introduced President Trump today for his first appearance at the United Nations.

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In 1945, the US became the first nation to use a nuclear weapon when it dropped bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Since then, no other country has followed suit.

Barack Obama's nuclear legacy

In 1945, the US became the first nation to use a nuclear weapon when it dropped bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Since then, no other country has followed suit.

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