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Stephen Kinzer

Stephen Kinzer is an award-winning author and foreign correspondent who has covered more than 50 countries on five continents. His articles and books have led the Washington Post to place him “among the best in popular foreign policy storytelling.” He was Latin America correspondent for The Boston Globe, and then spent more than 20 years working for the New York Times, with extended postings in Nicaragua, Germany, and Turkey. He is a visiting fellow at the Watson Institute for International Studies at Brown University. His most recent book is “The Brothers: John Foster Dulles, Allen Dulles, and Their Secret World War.”

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Opinion | Stephen Kinzer

NATO is headed for a very messy break-up

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This is more than just another travel ban. It is a geopolitical spectacle unique in modern history.

Opinion | Stephen Kinzer

Dangerous dynasties

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Political dynasties have a romantic appeal, but not to most people who live under them.

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Don’t blame the masses

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The post-Cold War order hasn’t delivered on its promises — and people are angry about it.

Opinion | Stephen Kinzer

So much for Erdogan’s policy of ‘zero problems with neighbors’

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Erdogan’s failed policy toward Syria helped provoke last week’s military coup.