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
American diplomats are still pursuing a new nuclear agreement despite Iran’s aggression in the Middle East.
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A year after Kabul fell to the Taliban, Americans and Afghans still struggle with its bloody ramifications.
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A walk through the 1989 Tiananmen Square protest with one of its student leaders.
As its brutal invasion drags on, Russia targets Ukrainian identity and Ukrainians themselves.
Amid failing nuclear talks with Iran, the president looks to bolster regional defense and build on the historic Abraham Accords.
Refugees fleeing the Taliban turn to their neighbor but find little hope.