Lally Weymouth

Lally Weymouth is a senior associate editor of the Washington Post.

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June 15 2012 7:25 PM“Not a Threat—More Than a Threat.”Israeli President Shimon Peres on whether his country will attack Iran, how to resolve the Syria crisis, and the jokes he told Ronald Reagan
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April 6 2012 6:11 PM“Freedom Is Not the Property of the Liberals”Hungary’s controversial prime minister Viktor Orbán gives his first interview to an American journalist.
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Jan. 19 2012 8:00 PMThe First Interview With Burma’s Reforming PresidentThein Sein on the sweeping changes he has brought to Burma, including freedom for Aung San Suu Kyi.
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Oct. 24 2011 4:00 PM“Everybody Is Confused”An interview with Jordan’s King Abdullah about the chaos in Syria, and his view that the Arab Spring is a “disaster” for Israel.
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Aug. 29 2011 3:36 PM"Attorney General of Colombia Is a Very Dangerous Job"Vivian Morales on corruption, intelligence reform, and Colombia's reduced homicide rate.
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July 8 2011 12:24 PMFrom Military Prison to the Presidential PalaceAn interview with Peruvian President-Elect Ollanta Humala.
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May 23 2011 12:15 PMHow Cutting Off the Internet Backfired on Hosni MubarakAn interview with Egyptian dissident Saad Eddin Ibrahim.
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May 13 2011 4:08 PM"It Is a Shame for America To Be Afraid of Islam"An interview with a senior member of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood.
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May 7 2011 10:21 AMGeorge Washington Was Considered a TerroristAn interview with Egyptian Foreign Minister Nabil Elaraby.
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Feb. 13 2011 8:59 PM"We Don't Have a Smoking Gun; We Have Concerns"IAEA chief Yukiya Amano on nuclear programs in Iran, North Korea, and Syria.
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Jan. 28 2011 2:48 PM"Ukraine Has Never Had a More Stable Situation Than It Has Today"An interview with President Viktor Yanukovych.
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May 18 2012 4:34 PMAn Interview With Enrique Peña NietoMexico’s leading presidential candidate explains how he’ll stop the violence and challenge the cartels.
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Jan. 20 2012 8:20 PMAn Interview With Aung San Suu KyiBurma’s Nobel laureate muses on the sweeping reforms in her country and whether she will be its president.
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Oct. 28 2011 6:08 PMWill Spain Be the Next Greece?Interviews with Mariano Rajoy and Alfredo Rubalcaba, two candidates to be Spain’s next prime minister.
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Sept. 13 2011 3:05 PMAn Exclusive Interview with Mahmoud AhmadinejadThe president of Iran on his release of the hikers, his next nuclear plan, the Palestinian statehood vote, and more.
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Aug. 26 2011 11:31 AM"Every Corrupt Person—No Matter How Important He Is—Will Go to Jail. "Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos on reviving relations with Venezuela and fighting drug cartels and corruption.
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June 9 2011 4:00 PM"The Crackdown Was Not a Mistake"An interview with Bahrain's foreign minister.
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May 18 2011 10:11 AM"When the Legitimacy of the Regime Is Lost, You Have To Take Sides With the Egyptian People"A rare interview with members of Egypt's Supreme Military Council.
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May 9 2011 8:02 PM"Being a Terrorist Is Not a Stigma Forever"An interview with Amr Moussa, secretary-general of the Arab League and would-be president of Egypt.
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March 5 2011 8:13 AM"You Cheated Us, and We Don't Believe You"Alexander Lukashenko, the repressive and contentious president of Belarus, interviewed about the U.S. and his recent political crackdown.
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Feb. 12 2011 10:51 AM"The Status Quo Is Changing"Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Salam Fayyad on Egypt, Arab democracy, and statehood.
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Dec. 7 2010 6:58 AM"What Does It Mean to You To Be the First Female President of Brazil?"An interview with Dilma Rousseff, Brazil's president-elect.