Michael Crowley White House Correspondent
  • Washington
  • The New York Times

Michael Crowley is a White House correspondent in the Washington bureau, where he covers President Trump’s foreign policy. He joined The New York Times in June 2019 from Politico, where he had been the White House and national security editor, and previously senior foreign affairs correspondent. A Washington journalism veteran, Crowley has also worked for Time magazine, The New Republic and The Boston Globe.

205 Articles
about 22 hours ago
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Biden’s Hopes for Sweden and Finland in NATO Are Stuck on Erdogan’s Demands

The Turkish leader is complicating a major step in the showdown with Russia, looking to extract concessions from NATO...

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7 days ago
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U.S. Sees Little Prospect for Ukraine Talks With Putin After Biden Offer

The Kremlin reaffirmed a stance that both Washington and Kyiv find unacceptable, and U.S. officials said Mr. Biden’s ...

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9 days ago
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Paul Whelan, an American Imprisoned in Russia, Is Hospitalized

His family and the Biden administration are worried about his transfer to a prison hospital.

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11 days ago
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Russia Postpones Nuclear Arms Meeting, US Officials Say

The treaty, New START, calls for reciprocal inspections, but they have not been occurring, first because of the coron...

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22 days ago
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Article 4 and Article 5 of the NATO Treaty Explained

The provisions are core parts of the NATO charter, but are not often invoked.

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24 days ago
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What Is the G20?

The Group of 20 nations aims to unite world leaders around shared challenges. Here is a look at what it is and what i...

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30 days ago
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Ukraine Peace Talks Remain Distant Even as Moscow Signals a Retreat

President Biden and European leaders say they cannot push Ukraine and Russia into negotiations, though some U.S. lawm...

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about 1 month ago
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Republican Gains in Congress Would Pressure Biden on Ukraine and Iran

Officials in the Biden administration expect plenty of complications, including summons to hearings over the U.S. wit...

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about 1 month ago
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Five Ways Sanctions Are Hitting Russia

Russia’s economy and residents have taken a battering, but the government continues to reap big revenues from energy ...

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about 1 month ago
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Can Bill Richardson Free Brittney Griner and Paul Whelan?

The former New Mexico governor advised the family of one American freed from Russia and says he can help Ms. Griner a...

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about 1 month ago
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US Sanctions Target Russian Efforts to Manipulate Politics in Moldova

Moldova, like its neighbor Ukraine, wants closer relations with the West but has long battled Russian political inter...

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about 1 month ago
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US Sanctions Target Russian Efforts to Manipulate Politics in Moldova

Moldova, like its neighbor Ukraine, wants closer relations with the West but has long battled Russian political inter...

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