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Upozit No.180 April - 15

The Washington Post
Breast Cancer study will assess watchful waiting - -

Waiting and watching with - stage 0 - breast cancer put to nationwide test 


By Laurie McGinley


The Foreign Affairs
The case for Trumps foreign policy - -

The Right People, the Right Positions


By Mathew Kroenig


The New York Times
100 days of noise from Donald Trump - -

The Trump administration could play as comedy, if not for its vast capacity to harm the vulnerable


By The Editorial Board


The Foreign Policy
Time to rethink the U.S. - Egypt relationship, experts tell Senate - -

To help fix that, she suggested investment in human development and education instead of huge cash transfers


By Emily Tamkin


The Washington Post
Repealing Obamacare may be illigal - -

Apparently repealing Obamacare could violate internaional law 


By Dana Milbank


The New York Times
The injustice system - -

All Filipinos know that there’s little justice to be had from our criminal justice system


By Miguel Syjuco


The New Republic
We are living in a golden age of reality television - -

The turn toward niche obsessions reflects America in all its humble, variegated glory. But at what cost


By Josephine Livingstone


The Foreign Affairs
The death and life of Social Democracy - -

Why Idealism Eventually Beats Populism


By Pierpaolo Barbieri


Mehdi Falahati Last Curtain Farvadin 25
 
News Analysis
The Washington Post
Israels Netanyahu snubs German foreign minister for meeting activists critical of government - -

German's foreign minister faced a choice: meet with the activists or meet with Israel's prime minister. He chose the activists


By Ruth Eglash

Analysis
The New York Times
Ask for trouble on Iran - - Not only is the movement against Trump still strong, but it appears to be getting stronger.
By The Editorial

News Analysis
The Washington Post
Democratic newcomers gear up for 2018 fight - - Democrats need 24 seats to retake the House. They hope to take advantage of this years showing of grass-roots anger at President Trump to recruit candidates
By Ed OKeafe and Mike DeBonis

Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
How to maintain Americas edge - - Increase Funding for Basic Science
By L. Rafael Reif

Opinions
The New Republic
Nixon has his - Madman Throry - Trump is just a Madman - - Nixon was smart and calculating. Trump is just ignorant and incompetent
By Jeet Heer

Analysis
The WSashington Post
A young prince is reimaging Saudi Arabia. Can he make his vision come true - - Can this prince transform saudi Arabia? 
By David Ignatius

Opinions
The New York Times
Paging the Trump Armada It's not easy to misplace a flotilla
By Gail Collins

Essay
The Foreign Affairs
The liberal order is rigged - - Fix It Now or Watch It Wither
By Jeff D. Colgan & Robert O. Keohane

Trump - Foreign Workers
The New York Times
Trump signs order that could lead to curbs on foreign workers - - The president said the executive order was a way to end the "theft of American prosperity," which he said had been brought on by low-wage immigrant labor
By Glen Thrush, Nick Wingfield & Vindu Goel

Iran - Post Sanctions
The Foreign Policy
Trum mulls squeezing Iran with tough sanctions - - The White House is considering ramping up existing sanctions to hold Tehran’s feet to the fire
By Dan De Luce

Turkey -- Future
The Foreign Policy
RIP Turkey, 1921 - 2017 - - Recep Tayyip Erdogan didn’t just win his constitutional referendum — he permanently closed a chapter of his country’s modern history
By Steven A. Cook

Turkey
The Foreign Affairs
After Erdogans referendum victory - -

Turkey's Polarization Will Only Deepen


By Michael Koplow

U.S. - North Korea
The New York Times
China warns of storm clouds gathering in U.S. - North Korea standoff - - Beijing urged an end to "mutual provocation and threats," cautioning that tensions on the Korean Peninsula could run out of control.
By Gerry Mullany, Chris Buckley & David E. Sanger

News Analysis
The Washington Post
While the U.S. was not looking ARussia and Iran began carving out a bigger role in Afghanistan - - Tehran and Moscow have boosted support for the Taliban, Afghan officials say.
By Erin Cunningham

Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
Democracy is not dying - - Seeing Through the Doom and Gloom
By Thomas Carothers & Richard Young

Analysis
The New Republic
Trump would fail even worse with Kushners centrism - - http://foreignpolicy.com/2017/04/10/the-other-dispute-on-the-u-s-mexico-border-trump-wall-bad-hombres/
By Brian Beutler

IRAQ
The Foreign Affairs
Land Grab in Iraq - - The Competition Over ISIS-Freed Territory
By Vera Mironova & Mohammad Hussein

IRAQ
The Foreign Affairs
The dangerous state of Iraqs rivers - - Letter From Abu Ghraib
By Peter Schwartzstein

News Analysis
The New York Times
ISIS new plan: divide Egypt by killing Christians - - Routed in Libya, besieged in Iraq and wilting in Syria, the Islamic State intends to create a new sectarian battleground in Egypt where it can proclaim victory.
By Declan Walsh

Essay
The Foreign Affairs
Irans next supreme leader - - The Islamic Republic After Khamenei
By Sanam Valik & Hossein Rassam


Turkey -- Future
The Christian Science Monitor
Turkeys Erdogan, new powers presents fresh challenges - -

The aftermath of Erdošan's narrow referendum victory – marked by protests, arrests, and divisive rhetoric – is revealing the magnitude of his coming challenges, not least of which is unifying the Turkish people


By Scott Peterson

Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
The goal of the latest Palestinian hunger strike - - Is It a Power Play by Barghouti to Replace Abbas?
By Grant Rumley

Saudi Arabia
The Washington Post
Saudi Arabia plans a future beyond oil - - Faced with a crash in crude oil prices that began in 2014, the world’s premier petro-state has a vision for economic reinvention that includes selling a chunk of its crown jewel, the state-owned oil company Saudi Aramco
By Steven Mufson

Gaza - Israel conflict
The Washington Post
The Gaza Strips only power station is out of fuel - - A 10-year blockade and three wars have hardened the people of the Gaza Strip, but now they face a new challenge: a lone power station without fuel
By Hazem Balousha & Ruth Eglash

Iran - China Reactor Redesign
The Christian Science Monitor
With nuclear deal holding Iran and China sign reactor redesign contract - - The fate of the Arak reactor was one of the toughest sticking points in the long nuclear negotiations that led to the 2015 agreement
By Ben Blanchard - Reuter

News Analysis
The New York Times
One countrys war changed the woarld - - The West tried to ignore “Muslims killing Muslims,” but the conflict in Syria has engulfed us all
By Anne Barnard

Opinions
The New Republic
Trumpism was real - and its death deserves to be murned - - The president is becoming a typical right-wing Republican, thereby preserving a flawed status quo
By Jeet Heer

Iran - U.S. Immigration
The Washington Post
Iranian American groups set to seek halt to Trump Travel Order - - More Iranians received U.S. visas in 2015 than nationals from other targeted countries combined
By Spencer S. HSU

Opinions
The Foreign Affairs
Is America still safe for democracy - - Why the United States Is in Danger of Backsliding
By Robert Mickey, Steven Levitskey & Lucan Ahmad Way

Opinions
The Washington Post
Trump is not sure what to do next on Syria - - The Trump administration also does not have the staffing or the policy process needed to incorporate Congress’s efforts into a larger diplomatic approach
By Josh Rogin

Opinions
The New York Times
Donald Trump, the worst America - - He is the logical extension of misogyny, racism, privilege and anti-intellectualism
By Chales M. Blow

Israel & Human Rights
The New York Times
Why we are on hunger strike in Israels prisons - - Our hunger strike from jail will remind the world that Israel’s occupation is illegal and unjust
By Marwan Barghouti

Analysis
The Christian Science Monitor
Is Turkey ready for an all powerful president - Erdogan Tries again - -

Apparently fearful that polls showing a 50-50 split in the electorate are masking unfavorable sentiment, President Erdošan and his AKP party are casting the Turks' choice in apocalyptic terms, with his opponents on the side of evil.


By Scott Peterson

Africa -- Human Righs
The New York Times
Another degree of suffering in Libya - - The revelation that some migrants are being sold as slaves adds to the urgency of an international solution to the suffering in the country
By The Editorial Board

News Analysis
The New York Times
Is it too late for Turkeys democracy ? - - Whether this Sunday's referendum succeeds or fails, there's little hope for the country
By Elmira Bayrasli

Mexico - U.S.
The Foreign Policy
The other dispute on the U.S. - Mexico border - -

In 1848 the United States invaded and forced Mexico to cede almost half its territory. Now some Mexicans want their land back.


By

Art & Culture
The Foreign Policy
The urgency of Art in a dangerous, rapidly changing world - - With the first Culture Summit in Abu Dhabi, Foreign Policy seeks to highlight the power of collective imagination as a force for good
By David Rothkopf

Syrian Refugees - U.S.
The New York Times
After the missiles, remmber the Syria refugees - - President Trump reversed himself in ordering a missile strike on Syria. Now he should rethink his opposition to bringing Syrian refugees to America
By Jon Finer & Becca Heller

News Analysis
The Washington Post
The Next battle in Syria - - The U.S. has a crucial role to play
By Josh Rogin

Analysis
The Foreign Policy
What is next after the Syria strike -- preventing a wider conflagration - - Now that the Trump administration has taken a military step, it is important not to get lost in the weeds of tactics and political dimensions of the debate
By Brian Katulis



    
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