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The Foreign Affairs
The making of Egypts presidemts - - Letter From Menoufia
By Peter Schwartzstein


The Foreien Policy
An idiots guide to Islam in America - - A memo to the president-elect about the people he fears
By Lawrence Pintak


The New York Times
Iran races to clinch oil deals before Donald Trump takes office - - Worried about the American president-elect's rhetoric, Tehran has signed a wave of agreements since Nov. 8 with European and Asian energy companies
By Thomas Erdbrink & Clifford Krauss


The Foreign Policy
It is globalization, stupid - - Dont blame low working-class wages or the financial crisis for the populist wave that produced Trump and Brexit. The data show the tide started decades ago
By Roberto Stefan


The Foreign Affairs
A dark age for European Democracy - - How the Political Center Will Fare in 2017
By Daniel Kelemen


The New York Times
1 patient, 7 tumors and 100 billion cells equal 1 striking recovery - - The recovery of a woman with advanced colon cancer, after treatment with cells from her own immune system, may help doctors develop new treatments for other patients.
By Denise Grady


The Christian ScienceMonitor
Arab democracy - how Moroccos grant experiment went wrong - - Heralded as a third way amid the uprisings and crackdowns of the Arab Spring, Morocco introduced a new constitution and other reforms.
By


The New Republic
Donald Trump is Times Man of the Year and he is still complaining - - the president-elect called the magazine’s accolade - a great honor, - but griped that it was -snarky - for the publication to call him-President of the Divided States of America.
By Grahm Vyse


           
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Egypt
The Foreign Affairs
The making of Egypts presidemts - - Letter From Menoufia
By Peter Schwartzstein

Iran - Foreign Affairs
The New York Times
Iran races to clinch oil deals before Donald Trump takes office - - Worried about the American president-elect's rhetoric, Tehran has signed a wave of agreements since Nov. 8 with European and Asian energy companies
By Thomas Erdbrink & Clifford Krauss

Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
A dark age for European Democracy - - How the Political Center Will Fare in 2017
By Daniel Kelemen

Analysis
The Christian ScienceMonitor
Arab democracy - how Moroccos grant experiment went wrong - - Heralded as a third way amid the uprisings and crackdowns of the Arab Spring, Morocco introduced a new constitution and other reforms.
By

Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
How democracies fall apart - - Why Populism Is a Pathway to Autocracy
By Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Eric Frantz

Analysis
The Foreign Policy
Entering into the era of the unkown - - What we know: Trump loves Putin, China is moving to take advantage of America’s non-strategy in Asia, and the rest? We’re still not sure
By David Rothkopf

Trump - Foreign Policy
The Washington Post
A first foreign policy flop - - Will the president-elect learn from his slapdash, self-destructive Asian maneuvers?
By David Ignatius

Syria
The New York Times
How the war ends in Syria - - It's happening, so the U.S. should work with Russia for the least bad outcome
By Peter W. Galbraith

Italy
The Foreign Affairs
After the Italian referendum -- What Comes Next
By Erik Jones

Israel - Settlements
The Washington Post
Kerry assails Israel over West Bank, warns of heading toward a place of danger - - The secretary of state said Israel must choose between settlements and a two-state solution
By Carol Morello

Argument
The Foreign Policy
President Trump and the act of the - ultimate - Israel - Palestine peace deal - - The two-state solution is not lost for the incoming administration. But Trump will have to pick his battles on settlements wisely
By Elliot Abrams

Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
The future of U.S. alliance system - - Will It Survive the Trump Presidency?
By Francois Heisbourg

Iran - Iraq War
The Foreign Affairs
Irans memory of war - - Karbala Four and the Iran-Iraq Wars Legacy
By Pedestrian

Iran - Post Sanctions
The Washington Post
Iran condemns extension of nuclear related sanctions by senate - - The punishment is waived as long as Tehran complies with last year’s nuclear deal
By Carol Morello

Iran - U.S. Senate
The Washington Post
Senate passes Iran sanctions extension, posing veto challenge for Obama - - Congress will send Obama a 10-year extension of Iran sanctions, which the president may try to quash
By Karoun Demirjian

Argument
The Foreign Policy
Inshallah in the age of Tarump - - Can the hipster invocation of Gods will survive the coming wave of American Islamophobia
By Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian

Analysis
The Christian Science Monitor
Why Irans nuclear program is back on U.S. agenda - -

Overwhelming votes in Congress to extend the Iran Sanctions Act, and indications Trump's cabinet will include several foes of the Iran nuclear deal, signal it could be a burning issue once again


By Howard LaFranchi

Analysis
The New York Times
A world of trouble for Donald Trump - - Mr. Trump, who has offered only a jumble of contradictory ideas, will have a hard time dealing with urgent challenges abroad
By The Editorial Board

Israel - Palestinians
aawsat.com
America must recognize Palestiniane - - We do not yet know the policy of the next administration toward Israel and Palestine, but we do know the policy of this administration. It has been President Obama’s aim to support a negotiated end to the conflict based on two states, living side by side in peace
By Jimmy Carter

News Analysis
The New York Times
OPEC reaches deal to limit production, sending prices soaring - - The deal will be the first production cut in eight years, although the price increase may prove temporary
By Stanley Reed & Clifford Krauss


Analysis
The Foreien Policy
An idiots guide to Islam in America - - A memo to the president-elect about the people he fears
By Lawrence Pintak

News Analysis
The Foreign Policy
It is globalization, stupid - - Dont blame low working-class wages or the financial crisis for the populist wave that produced Trump and Brexit. The data show the tide started decades ago
By Roberto Stefan

Health & Science
The New York Times
1 patient, 7 tumors and 100 billion cells equal 1 striking recovery - - The recovery of a woman with advanced colon cancer, after treatment with cells from her own immune system, may help doctors develop new treatments for other patients.
By Denise Grady

Latest News
The New Republic
Donald Trump is Times Man of the Year and he is still complaining - - the president-elect called the magazine’s accolade - a great honor, - but griped that it was -snarky - for the publication to call him-President of the Divided States of America.
By Grahm Vyse

Saudi Arabia - Afghanistan
The New York Times
Saudi bankroll Taliban, even as king officially supports Afghan government - - Saudi Arabia has voiced support for American efforts to nourish Afghanistans democracy, but it has also lavishly funded Sunni extremism under various guises
By Carlotta Gall

News Analysis
The Christian Science Monitor
As U.S. and Iran knock heads again, Tehran had - liners feel vindicated - -

The votes in Congress to extend US non-nuclear sanctions against Iran have hard-liners in Tehran fuming. And the Trump team isn’t likely to improve matters


By Scott Peterson

Technology
The Washington Post
Amazon will open a physical grocery store - and it would not require going through checkout - - The store will be powered by a web of technology that allows customers to fill their shopping bags and walk out without going through a checkout process
By Sarah Halzack

Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
An Asia - Pacific strategy for Trump - - How He Can Shore Up U.S. Credibility
By J. Berkshire Miller

Saudi Arabia - Iran
The MSN News
Saudi sentences 15 to death for spying for Iran - - A Saudi court sentenced 15 people to death on Tuesday after convicting them of spying for the kingdom's arch-rival Iran, Saudi media reported
By AFP

Palestinian - Internal Affairs
The Washington Post - -
Palestinian president consolidates power, blocks rivals - - At the Fatah party congress, the head of the Palestinian Authority emerged on top
By William Booth

Analysis
The New York Times
How to help working people - - If Donald Trump, as president, acts in the interests of the people who voted for him, the labor reforms of the Obama era will be safe
By Editorial

Iran - Nuclear Negotiations
The MSN - News
China warns against obstruction of Iran nuclear deal - - Implementation of the Iran nuclear deal should not be "affected by any changes in the domestic situations" of countries involved, China's foreign minister warned Monday
By AFP

News Analysis
The New York Times
Trumps tough talk could damage American factories - - If President-elect Donald J. Trump imposes steep tariffs on Chinese goods, he could harm the people he aims to help - American factory workers
By Peter S. Goodman, Neil Gough, Sui-Lee and Jack Ewing

Analysis
The Christian Science Monitor
With Mosul under siege, an unlikely chance to save ISIS - enclaved Yazidis - - When Iraqi forces moved on Mosul, IS moved enslaved Yazidis back to Syria, frustrating activists trying to free them. But their relocation might make it easier to find and rescue them
By Kristen Chick

News Analysis
The Foreign Affair
Iran and Assad in the age of Trump - - Why the Don Could Cut a Deal
By Alex Vatanka

Immigration
The New York Times
Deluged immigration cours, where cases stall for years, begin to buckle - - With a backlog of more than 520,000 cases, many have become crippled by delays and bureaucratic breakdowns, creating a major obstacle for the president-elect's deportation plans
By Julia Preston

Analysis
The MSN-News - NYT
Trumps Breezy calls to world leaders leave diplomats aghast - - President-elect Donald J. Trump inherited a complicated world when he won the election last month. And that was before a series of freewheeling phone calls with foreign leaders that has unnerved diplomats at home and abroad
By Mark Landler

News Analysis
The Washington Post
How Trump could surprise the world on Israeli - Palestinian peacemaking - - Can the new administration succeed where others have failed?
By Dennis Ross

Colombia
The Washington Post
Colobians congess approves historic peace deal with FARC rebels - - The vote comes nearly two months after the peace pact failed in a national referendum
By Jashua Partlow & Nick Miroff

Saudi Arabia
Christian Science Monitor
A pricely plea to allow somen to get behind the wheel in Saudi Arabia - - One of the most outspoken members of Saudi Arabia's royal family urged the kingdom to let women drive as more working-class women carve more rights for themselves
By Ben Rosen



    
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