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Roger Kaplan
Roger Kaplan, a Washington-based writer, covers the Middle East and Africa (and tennis) for The American Spectator.
by | Nov 18, 2020

The governments of Hungary and Poland vetoed the European Union’s six-year budget on Monday, along with the special additional recovery…

by | Nov 16, 2020

In June 2020, a two-block section of 16th Street where it meets H Street (NW) at the north end of the…

by | Nov 5, 2020

We were approaching the last weekend of October when Oumi, my better half — better three-quarters, Mr. Thornberry reminds me…

by | Oct 29, 2020

With a triple murder at 9:00 a.m. today at the Basilica of Notre Dame of the Assumption, in Nice, a…

by | Oct 19, 2020

After “We are Charlie,” “We are Samuel”? Five years after the massacre of the staff of the weekly paper Charlie…

by | Oct 14, 2020

We were beginning to worry about Roger Kaplan’s mental state, especially as he keeps muttering about tennis being a sport…

by | Oct 12, 2020

Before the French Open started, experts assembled by Tennis magazine, including the assiduous historian Steve Flink, gave the tournament to…

by | Oct 11, 2020

In the middle of the first set, the score 3-3, it looked like Sofia Kenin, the five-seven dynamo from Bradenton,…

by | Oct 7, 2020

Anything can happen in tennis, but the two-set trouncing of Simona Halep by Iga Swiatek was a shocker. The teen…

by | Sep 29, 2020

It was Yom Kippur and Tennys Sandgren, like Diego Schwartzman (and Sandy Koufax) a Bible man but unlike them not…

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