Roger Cohen

Columnist for the New York Times; Foreign editor for three years

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Columnist for the New York Times; former foreign editor for the New York Times for three years

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The might and magic of  Roger Federer . What's behind the success of the greatest tennis player in history?

Roger Federer makes history with eight wins at Wimbledon

The might and magic of Roger Federer . What's behind the success of the greatest tennis player in history?

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If chaos is the “new norm,” does it contain the seeds of another global upheaval?

Are We Entering an Age of Global Disorder?

If chaos is the “new norm,” does it contain the seeds of another global upheaval?

from To the Point

Multibillion-dollar investor Warren Buffett has  made headlines  by suggesting that he and other rich people pay too little in taxes.

The Age of Outrage in Europe and America

Multibillion-dollar investor Warren Buffett has made headlines by suggesting that he and other rich people pay too little in taxes.

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Alberto Carvalho announced today that he’s leaving his job as the head of Miami-Dade County Public Schools to become the next superintendent of LA Unified School District.

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States nationwide are seeing COVID-19 surges, and New York reported more than 60,000 new cases this past weekend, the most since the start of the pandemic.

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After a decade of struggle, Koreatown has been united into a single district, thanks to a multigenerational, multicultural coalition that convinced the LA City Council to make the…

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Competing fears about nuclear risks, climate change and power supplies are framing the discussion over the future of Diablo Canyon, says Joe Mathews.

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Joseph Carson has spent most of his career as a federal employee challenging everything from the country’s nuclear weapons program to its whistleblower adjudication infrastructure.

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The City of Los Angeles is seven years into an ambitious plan to end traffic-related deaths by 2025. So why are fatalities going up?

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We may need additional booster shots down the line, but for now the fully vaccinated are well protected against Omicron, according to Dr. Michael Wilkes of UC Davis.

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