Trump, who is widely despised across Mexico, also sidestepped his repeated criticism of Mexican immigrants
Aug 31, 2016
Canada co-hosted a multinational conference aimed at raising $2-billion to rebuild Iraqi cities devastated by the military campaign
Jul 20, 2016
The low-key Indiana Governor may serve as a fence-mender who can bring some unity back to the Republican Party
Jul 14, 2016
The unification of the former rivals for the presidential nomination bodes well for the Democratic Party
Jul 12, 2016
The killings unfolded against the backdrop of a presidential campaign marked by inflammatory rhetoric and bitter protests
Jul 08, 2016
Activists insist they’re determined to disrupt conventions this month if that’s what it takes to get presidential hopefuls to pay attention
Jul 07, 2016
A Louisiana police officer shot and killed a black man during a confrontation outside a Baton Rouge convenience store, authorities said
Jul 06, 2016
FBI Director James Comey says investigation found 'extremely careless' behaviour by Clinton and her staff
Jul 05, 2016
U.K. to be sent to ‘back of the queue,’ U.S. President says
Jun 24, 2016
Split decision reinforces lower court finding that the president overstepped his authority
Jun 23, 2016
Paul Koring, The Globe’s Washington-based International Affairs and Security Correspondent, has covered conflicts and crises from the Cold War to Afghanistan, reporting from Europe, the Middle East, South Asia and Africa.
Paul's award-winning reporting has ranged from Prague’s Velvet Revolution to the gassing of the Kurds in Iraq and detainee-abuse in Afghanistan.
He won the Michener Award for public service journalism along with The Globe’s Graeme Smith in 2007 and was nominated for another Michener in 2009 for his investigation in Ottawa’s unlawful imposition of forced exile on a Canadian citizen.
He is also a winner of Amnesty International’s award for human-rights journalism and The Globe’s Richard Doyle award for reporting.