Max Fisher

New York Times

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Foreign affairs columnist for The New York Times; former foreign affairs blogger for the Washington Post

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Last Friday, North Korea took the rest of the world by surprise by detonating a nuclear explosion more than twice as large as the one it tested just eight months ago.

Is North Korea getting ready for nuclear war?

Last Friday, North Korea took the rest of the world by surprise by detonating a nuclear explosion more than twice as large as the one it tested just eight months ago.

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North Korea has warned any foreigners in South Korea to prepare to evacuate in case of war.

Tensions with North Korea Continue

North Korea has warned any foreigners in South Korea to prepare to evacuate in case of war.

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On Monday, the  last presidential debate  of the 2012 campaign will center on foreign policy.

Foreign Affairs and the Race to the White House

On Monday, the last presidential debate of the 2012 campaign will center on foreign policy.

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