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The Foreign Policy
Five ways Donald Trump is wrong about Islam - - The White House’s approach to the world’s second largest religion isn’t just bigoted – it’s a strategic disaster
By Stephen M. Walt


The New Republic
Donals Trump is the Bizzaro Noam Chomsky - - The president shares the left-wing view that America is a brutal imperialist power. But he thinks there's nothing wrong with that
By Jeet Heer


The Foreign Affairs
How Trump can win in Iran - - He Must Raise the Cost of Misbehavior by Tehran
By Tzvi Kahn


The Christian Science Monitor
End of the two - state solution -- what Israel, Palestinians would be giving up - - President Trump said he was not insisting on a two-state solution for Middle East peace. Palestinians and Israelis view the one-state option very differently
By Joel Greenberg


The New York Times
Is it time to call Trump mentally ill ? - - When psychiatrists give diagnoses about the mental health of politicians, it is not just unethical - it is intellectually suspect
By Richard A. Friedman


The New York Times
Inching towaard a one state Solution - - Mr. Trump voiced optimism about getting a “great peace deal” between Israel and its neighbors
By The Editorial Board


The Washington Post
Ahead of Netanyahu meeting, White House official says U.S. would not insist on two state solution - - President Trump wants to produce peace between the Israelis and Palestinians in what he calls “the ultimate deal.” An administration official said the U.S. won’t insist on two states as the only outcome
By Anne Gearan and Ruth Eglash


The Foreign Affairs
Cracks in the Islamic State - - The Fighters Who Fell Away
By Vera Mironova and Ekaterina Sergatova


Embazzlement By The Regime Elite In Iran - Mehdi Falahati Reporter
 
Iran - America
The Foreign Policy
Trumps Iran policy is missing one big piece - - the Trump administration should also maintain the communications channels the Obama administration opened with Iran
By Ilan Goldenberg

Israel - American Foreign Policy
The New York Times
A new beginning for Israel and the United States - - President Trump takes the plunge into Middle East peacemaking.
By The Editorial Board

Opinions
The New York Times
Mental health professionals warn about Trump - - Silence from the countrys mental health organizations has been due to a self-imposed dictum about evaluating public figures the American Psychiatric Associations 1973 Goldwater Rule
By Letter to the Editor

Egypt
The Foreign Affairs
Egypt picks sides in the Syrian war - - How Sisi Learned to Love Assad
By Oren Kessler

News Analysis
The Foreign Policy
The blackwater of Jihad - - A consortium of elite, well-paid fighters from across the former Soviet Union are training jihadis in Syria. Their business model could go global
By Rao Koman, Christian Borys & Eric Woods

Analysis
The New York Times
Ignorance is strengh - - What they don't know can hurt them, but also us
By Paul Krugman

Trump - Immigration
The Washington Post
Trumps legal options in travel ban case - - Here is a look at Mr. Trumps options
By Adam Liptak

Analysis
The Washington Post
Neocon and Iran - contra figure Elliot Abrams in line for state department job - - The former Trump critic may join the administration with a portfolio including the Middle East peace process
By Anne Gearan

Iran -- Trump
The MSN News
Iranians march against Trump - threats - on revolution - - President Hassan Rouhani joined hundreds of thousands at an anniversary march through the capital, one of dozens of such events around the country
By AFP

Trump - Travel Ban
The Foreign Policy
Trump travel ban threatens to silence voices on atrocities at U.N. - - A Syrian doctor and nurse have borne witness to Syrian war crimes. But they can’t travel to the U.N. to talk about it
By Colum Lynch

Turkey
The Foreign Affairs
Piety, power, and politics in Turkey - - Ankara's Traveling Korans
By Nick Danforth

News Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
Trump and the Iranian elections - - How His Rhetoric Could Affect the Outcome
By Ariane M. Tabatabai

Analysis
The New York Times
Connecting Trumps dots - - Every day, the presidents behavior becomes more worrying. One day he demeans a federal judge who challenges him; the next day, without evidence, he accuses the media of hiding illegal voting or acts of terrorism
By Thomas L. Friedman

Israel - Settlements
The Washington Post
Israel passes bill to seize private Palestinian land for Jewish settlement - - Opposition legislators warned that the measure would turn the world against Israel
By William Booth

Philippine
The Washington Post
Criticized by Catholic Church, Duterte invites Filipinos to join him in Hell - - After a long silence, the Catholic Church has joined the chorus criticizing Duterte’s war on drugs, calling it a “reign of terror.”
By Emily Rauhala

Argument
The Foreign Policy
Backing into world war III - -

America must check the assertive, rising powers of Russia and China before it's too late. Accepting spheres of influence is a recipe for disaster.


By Robert Kagan

Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
Corrupt practice - - Trump's Repeal of Section 1504 of Dodd-Frank Will Hurt U.S. National Security
By Kate Bateman

Iran - America
The MSN News
Iran leader rebuffs Trump warning, says he shows Ameaaricas - real face - - Ayatollah Ali Khamenei dismissed Donald Trump's warning to Iran to stop its missile tests, saying the new U.S. president had shown the "real face" of American corruption
By Reuters

Analysis
The New York Times
Rethinking our patriotism - - There is no shared American ideal. Clashing visions and political conflict are at the core of our national being
By Gary Gutting

Analysis
The Foreign Policy
Yemen is the first battleground in Trumps confrontation with Iran - - The administration has its sights set on checkmating Tehran’s ambitions across the region. Iran’s proxies in Yemen are in the crosshairs
By Dan De Luce & Paul McLeary


Israel - American Foreign Policy
The Christian Science Monitor
On Israel, rump takes a conspicuously cautious approach - - The early days of the Trump presidency have been marked by drama. But despite bold words during the campaign, President Trump has moved slowly on Israel
By Howard LaFranchi

News Analysis
The New York Times
Can this - special relationship - be saved - - Strains are already showing between the Trump administration and the Israeli government
By Steven Simon and Aaron David Miller

Opinions
The Foreign Policy
Trumps big mouth has already weakened America - - Not to mention the damage it iss doing to his own presidency
By Max Boot

Analysis
The New Republic
What just happened - A review of presodent Trumps third week - - This week was pretty bad. But next week will be worse
By Alex Shephard

News Analysis
The Christian Science Monitor
The new ISIS threat: its soldiers are going home - - Jordan and Tunisia have seen thousands of residents join ISIS. Now those fighters are returning, and the countries provide a portrait of the challenges ahead
By Taylor Luck

Analysis
The Independent
Donald Trump will spark a war with Iran - Which is great news for ISIS - - A confrontation will probably come in a year or two, when previous policies conceived under Obama have run their course. Trump may feel that he has to show how much tougher he is than his predecessor
By Patrick Cockburn

Opinions
The MSN-News - Washington Post
Trumps two - year presidency - - Good news: In two years, we’ll have a new president. Bad news: If we make it that long
By Kathleen Parker

Refugees - U.S.
The Washington Post
Previously barred refugees, immigrants can continue entering the U.S. - - A federal appeals panel rejected the argument that President Trumps order should be reinstated for national security reasons and forcefully asserted their ability to serve as a check on his power. Trump reacted angrily on Twitter, posting just minutes after the ruling, “SEE YOU IN COURT, THE SECURITY OF OUR NATION IS AT STAKE!”
By Matt Zapotosky

News Analysis
The Washington Post
Defense, intelligence officials caution White House on terrorists designation for Iran revolutionary guard - - The Pentagon is concerned about the fallout in Iraq if the Iranians are targeted
By Karen DeYoung

Trump - Israel
The MSN News - Reuters
Trumps adds nuance to pro - Israel approach ahead of Netanyahu visit - - as Trump prepares for his first White House meeting with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, his administration has toned down elements of its pro-Israel bravado, suggesting that a president perceived to have acted hastily on many early policy initiatives will be more cautious with Middle East diplomacy
By Matt Spetalnick & Luke Baker

Trump - Immigration
The New York Times
After Mr. Trumps Din, the quiet grandeur of the courts - - Oral arguments on the president's travel ban reminded America what the rule of law looks like
By The Editorial Board

Analysis
The New York Times
White House weighs terrorist designation for Muslim Brotherhood - - The Brotherhood, with millions of followers, is the oldest Islamist group in the Middle East, and designating it as a terrorist group would roil the region
By Peter Baker

Opinions
The New York Times
American universities must take a stand - - Our cause is to defend science, truth and freedom of thought
By Leon Botstein

News Analysis
The Washington Post
Two weeks that frightened America - - The trends of Trump’s frightening first two weeks are not good for the interests of conservatism
By Michael Gerson

News Analysis
The New Republic
Donald Trumps dangerous end game - - Why the president is accusing journalists and judges of enabling terrorists
By Brian Beutler

Health
The New York Times
From repeal to repair; health law meets reality - - President Trump and his Republican allies have recast their ambitions for a rapid-fire repeal, with many lawmakers facing tough questions from constituents
By Michael R. Shear & Robert Pear

Analysis
The Christian Science Monitor
How Trmps travel ban hurts the fight against ISIS - -

Across the Muslim world, the travel ban is eroding the trust that is vital to sharing intelligence, while leaders and fighters who have risked their lives to join the US-led coalition against ISIS are increasingly incensed


By Tylor Luck

Analysis
The New Republican
The anti - Trump left is now the only hope to moderates - - Conservative and liberal values alike are threatened without the safeguards the left demands
By Jedediah Purdy

Opinions
The New York Times
I was on the national security council. Bannon does not belong there - - The president shouldn't allow partisan politics to taint deliberations at the council
By Michael G. Mullen

News Analysis
The Washington Post
Trump wants to push back against Iran, but Iran is now more powerful than ever - - The administration's confrontational rhetoric against Iran has been welcomed by U.S. allies, but risks sparking a major regional war
By Liz Sly & Loveday Morris



    
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