Marc Kasowitz, Trump Lawyer, Also Represents a Russian Bank

Lawyers for a Russian businessman suing the bank have concerns with its hiring of Mr. Kasowitz, who also represents President Trump in Russia matters. Source: World

News Analysis: Despite Policy Divide, Europe Trip Seen by Buoyant Trump as High Point

A trip leaves the president and his aides feeling there might still be a market for his hard-edge brand of conservatism in a supposedly inhospitable Europe. Source: World

World Leaders Move Forward on Climate Change, Without U.S.

At a G-20 summit meeting marred by violent protests, 19 other member states broke decisively with President Trump, in a much-needed win for Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany. Source: World

Russians Call Trump Meeting Putin a Win, but Doubt Concrete Gains

There was relief that if short on concrete deals, the talks seemed to halt the downward spiral in relations and lack of contact between the two countries. Source: World

Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron Unite Behind Paris Accord

The German and French leaders were joined by others in saying they would fight climate change regardless of the American decision to withdraw from the agreement. Source: World

Tips for Leaders Meeting Trump: Keep It Short and Give Him a Win

Foreign officials and their consultants say some rules have emerged for engaging President Trump, who is unlike any American president they have known. Source: World

Moon Jae-in of South Korea and China Move to Soothe Tensions

President Moon Jae-in spoke with his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, and said he would send a delegation to Beijing to discuss friction over a U.S. antimissile system. Source: World

Mixed Signals From Trump Worry Pro-Israel Hard-Liners

Some of the president’s supporters worry that the White House is listening too closely to Arab and Palestinian arguments and diluting support for Israel’s government. Source: World

News Analysis: On Trade, a Politically Feisty Trump Risks Economic Damage

The president’s threat to pull the United States out of the North American Free Trade Agreement would hurt the very workers he says he aims to help. Source: World

The Interpreter: Western Populism May Be Entering an Awkward Adolescence

Populism has been growing since the 1960s, and research suggests it’s not slowing down. Four recent elections show how this dynamic can play out. Source: World