Julia Ioffe

The Atlantic

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Julia Ioffe is a staff writer at The Atlantic, covering politics and world affairs.

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Gender politics and the recall the judge who sentenced Stanford swimmer Brock Turner

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Yesterday's Senate testimony  by former Obama Administration officials was as much a warning about elections to come as it was about last year's campaign.

The Russians were coming. Did anyone listen?

Yesterday's Senate testimony by former Obama Administration officials was as much a warning about elections to come as it was about last year's campaign.

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Secretary of State John Kerry is in Moscow to talk with Valdimir Putin about a U.S.-proposed alliance to cooperate on military operations in Syria.

U.S. Seeks Alliance with Russia to fight ISIS in Syria

Secretary of State John Kerry is in Moscow to talk with Valdimir Putin about a U.S.-proposed alliance to cooperate on military operations in Syria.

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