Michael Crowley

Politico

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Michael Crowley is a senior foreign affairs correspondent for Politico. He is a former senior correspondent for Time magazine, and a former senior editor and columnist for the New Republic.

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Iran's President Hasan Rouhani addressed the UN General Assembly today, and responded to yesterday's critique of the nuclear deal by President Trump, who'd called the agreement "an…

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