Lally Weymouth

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

Foreigners
Sept. 29 2014 10:00 PM“Everything Must Change in Italy”An interview with Italian Prime Minster Matteo Renzi.
Foreigners
Sept. 25 2014 9:26 PMHow Mexico Has Reduced Its Murder Rate by 29 PercentAn interview with President Enrique Peña Nieto.
Foreigners
Aug. 7 2014 7:14 AMCan Colombia Find Peace?An interview with President Juan Manuel Santos on the eve of his second inauguration.
Foreigners
April 30 2014 2:58 PM“The Russian Threat Is a Reality”An interview with Romanian Foreign Minister Titus Corlatean.
Foreigners
April 24 2014 5:13 PM“The Primary Task Is to Survive”An interview with Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk.
Foreigners
April 3 2014 9:34 PMThe Arab Spring’s One Bright SpotAn interview with Tunisia’s interim prime minister, Mehdi Jomaa.
Foreigners
Dec. 12 2013 8:49 PM“They Are Incompetent”Tunisia’s secular opposition leader Beji Caid Essebsi on why the Islamists must go.
Foreigners
Dec. 8 2013 7:57 PM“I Started This Struggle 35 Years Ago”Why Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zeidan may have the world’s toughest job.
Foreigners
Oct. 24 2013 11:23 PM“Welcome to the Wonderful, Wacko World of the Former Government”Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott takes a swing at his predecessors.
Foreigners
Sept. 26 2013 11:19 AM“We Are Not Wedded to Anyone in Syria”An interview with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.
Foreigners
Aug. 3 2013 11:00 AM“You Turned Your Back on the Egyptians”Gen. Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, Egypt’s top general, has stern words for the United States.
Foreigners
June 20 2013 5:41 PM“If You Work Together, You Start Understanding Each Other”An interview with Jewish Home party leader Naftali Bennett.
Foreigners
June 20 2013 4:10 PM“Countries Have to Be on the Move Constantly”An interview with Israeli Finance Minister Yair Lapid.
Foreigners
May 31 2013 1:17 PMEgypt From the InsideAn interview with Emad Abdel Ghafour, the leader of the new Egyptian Salafist party Watan.
Foreigners
March 15 2013 11:59 AM“We Can't Be the Nanny”An interview with Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.
Foreigners
Sept. 29 2014 8:03 AM“The West Has Been in a State of Shock”An interview with Estonian President Toomas Ilves.
Foreigners
Sept. 24 2014 8:00 PM“Why Are We So Busy Trying Not to Offend Putin?”An interview with Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaite.
Foreigners
May 9 2014 5:18 PM“In This Very Dangerous World, You Have to Be Strong”An interview with French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius.
Foreigners
April 25 2014 9:01 AM“This Is a Fight for Ukrainian Freedom”An interview with leading Ukrainian presidential candidate Petro Poroshenko.
Foreigners
April 18 2014 1:37 PM“The Risks Are Enormous”Polish Foreign Minister Radek Sikorski on Putin’s reckless course.
Foreigners
March 7 2014 3:06 PM“We Are Going to Reform the Whole System”An interview with Chile’s incoming president, Michelle Bachelet.
Foreigners
Dec. 12 2013 3:55 PMThe Arab Spring’s Last HopeAn interview with Rachid Ghannouchi, the leader of Tunisia’s largest political party.
Foreigners
Nov. 4 2013 8:00 PM“I Don’t Know If [Obama] Gets It”Saudi Arabia’s Prince Turki on the kingdom’s disappointment in President Obama.
Foreigners
Oct. 17 2013 9:51 PM“We Need Stable Markets”An interview with Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta.
Foreign Policy
Sept. 23 2013 10:26 PMWhy Assad Still Must GoTurkish President Abdullah Gül explains why Syria’s president must be toppled, no matter what the United States and Russia say.
Foreigners
Aug. 2 2013 11:11 AM“The Army Is on the Edge”Mohamed ElBaradei calls for reconciliation before the violence in Egypt’s streets spirals out of control.
Foreigners
June 20 2013 4:43 PM“We Can't Let the Iranian Regime Play This Game”An interview with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Foreigners
June 14 2013 1:56 PM“I Don't Think the Arab Spring Is Over”An interview with Israel’s President Shimon Peres.
Foreigners
May 29 2013 12:46 PMWhat Keeps Jordan Up at NightAn interview with Jordanian Foreign Minister Nasser Judeh.
Foreigners
March 8 2013 12:38 PM“Politics Is Not an Easy Thing”An interview with Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard.

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