Charlotte Lawson is a reporter covering foreign policy and world affairs. She joined The Dispatch in June 2020, after graduating from the University of Virginia. You can follow her at @lawsonreports
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Benjamin Netanyahu will need to push past the bad blood between the Saudis and Americans.
The Islamic Republic takes advantage of public unrest to crack down on the religious minority—including two grandmothers.
Charlotte responds to questions from members about the University of Virginia, classic rock, and life in Turkey.
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Xi Jinping’s pandemic miscalculations could cost China big.
Muslim-majority nations turn their backs on China’s Uyghurs while decrying Islamophobia in the West.
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