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The Foreign Affairs
Political ideas in the twentieth century - - nyone desiring a quiet life has done badly to be born in the twentieth century.--L. Trotsky.
By Isaiah Berlin


The Economist
Europeans remain welcoming to immigrants - - Particularly if they live in countries that host some
By Graphic detail


The Foreign Policy
Lost in the Middle East - - The incoherence of Washington's Syria policy is a symptom of its failure to define a new role in the world.
By Steven A. Cook


The New York Times
What fuels the Saudi rivalry with Iran ? -- Ms. Rasheed is a historian of Saudi Arabia.
By Madawi al- Rasheed


The Washington Post
Is Trump and Macrons meeting a showdown over the West? - - sensitive matter on the table. As my colleague Karen DeYoung reported, Macron's visit follows months of negotiations
By Ishaam Tharoor


The Foreign Policy
When diplomacy disappears - - The Trump Administration’s lack of engagement has made the terrorist threat worse.
By Joshua A. Geltzer


The Washington Post
The clock is thicking for Irans hostages - - Now is the moment to win the release of American prisoners from Iran.
By Jason Rezaian


The Economist
Our open competitions for young people - - The Economist has launched the Open Future initiative to re-state the case for the values of classical liberalism—that is, political, economic and social freedom—to address the challenges of the 21st century
By open Future


 
Future Youth - America
The Economist
Open competitions for young people
By open Future

Poverty -- National Effect
The New York Times
When children grow up poor, the nation pays a price - - Rather than slashing anti-poverty programs, the fiscally prudent question to ask is: How much does this high rate of poverty cost our nation in dollars and cents?
By Mark R. Rank

Gene Editing - Food
The Foreign Affairs
Gene editing for food - - How CRISPR Could Transform Global Development
By Bill Gates

Poverty -- National Effect
The New York Times
When children grow up poor, the nation pays a price - - Rather than slashing anti-poverty programs, the fiscally prudent question to ask is: How much does this high rate of poverty cost our nation in dollars and cents?
By Mark R. Rank

Opinions
The New York Times
The real next war in Syria: Iran vs.Israel - - — Israel killed seven Iranian Quds Force members, including Col. Mehdi Dehghan, who led the drone unit —
By Thomas L. Friedman

Children - Assigned Life Outcome
The Christian Science Monitor
In Tulsa, a deep - reaching philanthropists long term test - - George Kaiser is a bighearted man with a big idea: that a leveling of early advantages can put children on course to overcome what can seem to be assigned life outcomes. Over the next year, we'll be following this Oklahoma story closely, through the stories of three families.
By Simon Montlake

Analysis
The Foreign Policy
The Arab worlds star student - - What Tunisia can teach its neighbors about the value of education
By Kim Ghattas

News Analysis
The New York Times
It is Muller, not Trump, who is draining the swamp - - The special counsel, avatar of justice, is revealing the depth of white-collar corruption before our eyes.
By Quinta Jurecic

Opinions
The New York Times
The law is coming Mr. president - - The president has spent his whole career in the company of grifters, cons & crooks
By The Editorial Board

Water - New Technology
The Foreign Policy
How to defeat drought - - Cape Town is running out of water. Israel offers some lessons on how to avoid that fate.
By Seth M. Siegel

Opinions
The New York Times
Will we stop Trump before it is too late - - Fascism poses a more serious threat now than at any time since the end of World War II.
By Madeleine Albright

Segregation In America
The Economist
Segregation in America - - Where a divided nation stands, half a century after Martin Luther King’s death
By

Nigeria
The Foreign Affairs
Nigerias troubling counterinsurgency strategy against Boko Haram - - How the Military and Militias Are Fueling Insecurity
By Vanda Felbah - Brown

Suicide / Military
The Washington Post
Why do so many veterans kill themselves --
By Thomas E. Ricks

Essay
The Foreign Affairs
Perception and misperception on the Korean Peninsula - - How Unwanted Wars Begin
By Robert Jervis and Mira Rapp - Hooper

Iran Sanctions
The Washington Post
Billion - dollar sanctions-busting scheme aided Iran, documents show - - The audit revealed crimes and violations of Bahraini and international law of massive proportions
By Souad Mekhennet & Joby Warrick

Being Black in America
The Economist - -
Black boys are the least likely of any group to escape poverty - - And the most likely to fall into it—even if they are born wealthy, according to a new study
By The Economist

Essay
The Foreign Affairs
The Marshall Plan - - Commemorative Section: In the Halls of the Capitol: A Memoir
By Charles P. Kindleberger

Analysis
The Economist
The deal that curtails Irans nuclear ambitions seems doomed - - John Bolton’s appointment as national-security adviser sounds its death knell
By Print Edition

Israel - Palestinians
The New York Times
Israel courts catastrophe in Gaza protests - - Unemployment is more than 40 percent for the general population and nearly 60 percent for Palestinian youths
By The Editorial Board


Democracy
The Foreign Affairs
The end of the Democratic Century - - Autocracys Global Ascendance
By Yascha Mounk & Roberto Stephan Foa

Iran - America
The Foreign Policy
Iranian - backed milias sights on U.S. forces - - Airstrikes against Syria may galvanize support against the United States.
By Borzou Daragahi

Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
Gene editing for food - - How CRISPR Could Transform Global Development
By Bill Gates

News Analysis
The New Republic
The American terror industry - - How the NRA sells guns in America
By Elliot woods

Children - Assigned Life Outcome
The Christian Science Monitor
In Tulsa, a deep - reaching philanthropists long term test - - George Kaiser is a bighearted man with a big idea: that a leveling of early advantages can put children on course to overcome what can seem to be assigned life outcomes. Over the next year, we'll be following this Oklahoma story closely, through the stories of three families.
By Simone Montlake

Analysis
The Foreign Policy
John Bolton can not be contained - - For the first time in his career, Washington’s most belligerent foreign policy wonk is officially outside the bureaucratic box.
By Mecah Zenko

News Analysis
The Economist
Israel is determined to stop Iran from establishing bases in Syria - - The conflict between the two powers is escalating
By

Opinions
The Foreign Affairs
Post - Liberalism, east and west - - Islamism and the Liberal State
By Shadi Hamid

Water - New Technology
The Foreign Policy
How to defeat drought - - Cape Town is running out of water. Israel offers some lessons on how to avoid that fate.
By Seth M. Siegel

Israel - Iran-Syria
The New York Times
Iran - Israel conflict escalates in shadow of Syria civil war - - Airstrikes on a Syrian military base killed four Iranian advisers, part of the Iranian military presence in Syria that Israel is trying to block
By Ben Hobbard & M. Halbifinger

Segregation In America
The Economist
Segregation in America - - Where a divided nation stands, half a century after Martin Luther King’s death
By

Environment
The Economist
Household smoke may be the worlds deadliest environmental hazard - - lobal campaigns have failed to change how poor people heat their food
By Print Edition

Opinions
The New York Times
On trade, Trump doesn’t know what he wants, except what he can’t get. - - On trade, Trump doesn’t know what he wants, except what he can’t get.
By Paul Krugman

News Analysis
The Washington Post
Why do so many veterans kill themselves -- Why do so many soldiers continue to take their own lives at a higher rate than their civilian counterparts, whether young or old? I’ve spent a lot of time stewing about this over the past few days.
By Thomas E. Ricks

Opinions
The New York Times
Can reluctant Trump voters rescue the G.O.P. - - Republican-leaning dads upset with the president might help avert a midterm blue tsunami
By Henry Olson

Essay
The Foreign Affairs
Political ideas in the Twentieth century -- Anyone desiring a quiet life has done badly to be born in the twentieth century.--L. Trotsky.
By Isaiah Berlin

Analysis
The Washington Post
Jesse Jackson: How Dr. King lived is why he died - - We owe it to Dr. King to commemorate the man in full: a radical, ecumenical, antiwar, pro-immigrant and scholarly champion of the poor.
By Jesse Jackson

News Analysis
The Christian Science Monitor
Yemen sees Saudi aid - but also no end to its onslaught - - Saudi Arabia’s generous humanitarian aid to Yemen comes with an unusual asterisk. The country’s war with Yemen is responsible for much of the suffering, meaning Saudi Arabia is actively working against itself – or trying to deflect criticism.
By Scott Peterson

News Analysis
The Foreign Policy
How to start a war in 5 easy steps - - A brief checklist to know whether Trump is getting serious about attacking another country.
By Stephen M. Walt

Opinions
The Washington Post
Trump may not intend to start a war. But he sure could bumble into one - - Bolton and Secretary of State-designate Mike Pompeo agree with Trump that the nuclear deal with Iran was a disaster, and they have both suggested that regime change is the only solution to the standoff with North Korea
By Jackson Diehl



    
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