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The Washington Post
Our allies need a plan B - - https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/global-opinions/europe-needs-to-start-planning-for-a-future-without-the-us/2018/07/12/33a7cb7e-8601-11e8-8f6c-46cb43e3f306_story.html?utm_term=.2319a7eb4b25
By Anne Applebaum


The Economist
Arab states losing the race for technological development - - Though rich, Gulf oil producers score poorly on key measures of innovation
By Data Team


The Foreign Policy
Trump needs to close deal in the Horn of Africa - - A lasting peace between Ethiopia and Eritrea would be an enormous strategic win for the West.
By Daniel Runde


The New York Times
For Trump, failure is the only option - - He does not want to fix international institutions, just destroy them.
By Paul Krugman


The New Republic
The world in a world cup - - If soccer is a window into human nature, why is it so hard to apply its insights to everyday life
By Eve Fairbanks


The Foreign Policy
3 Versions of Europe are collapsing at the same time - - Post-1945, post-1968, and post-1989 Europe are all different ó and none of them make sense anymore.
By Ivan Krastev


The Foreign Affairs
How artificial intelligence will reshape the global order - - The Coming Competition Between Digital Authoritarianism and Liberal Democracy
By Nicholas Wright


The New York Times
Turkeys economy is so hot that it may face a meltdown - - The country is sliding toward crisis as its currency plunges, corporate debts increase and an autocratic president undermines faith in institutions.
By Peter S.Goodman


The New York Times
What America gets out of Nato - - Mr. Burns is a former ambassador to NATO.
By Nicholas Burns


The Foreign Affairs
Divide and invest - - Why the Marshall Plan Worked
By Melvyn P. Leffler


 
Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
How artificial intelligence will reshape the global order - - The Coming Competition Between Digital Authoritarianism and Liberal Democracy
By Nicholas Wright

Social Analysis
The Christian Science Monitor
A new leaf - how literature binds stratified Cleaveland - - By welcoming and engaging its citizens from all corners through literature, the city is spawning discussions that could help it tackle tough social issues from homelessness to substance abuse.
By

Education - Cultural Divide
The Christian Science Monitor
Keep the test - debate flares over public schools with entrance exams - - An uproar over access to prestigious high schools seems to pit high-scoring Asian-Americans against high-potential African-Americans and Latinos. The deeper issue: How to define merit in a way that's fair and inclusive.
By Stacy Teicner Khadaroo & Harry Bruinius

Opinions
The New York Times
Fred Rogers and the loveliness of the little good -- A recent documentary reminds us of the need for the “deep and simple.”
By David Brooks

Argument
The Foreign Policy
An Israeli - Palestinian confederation can work - - The two-state solution is dead. Most one-state solutions are unacceptable to the other side. There is, however, a viable peace plan that appeals to both.
By Dahlia Scheindlin

Opinions
The New York Times
Where American politics can still work: from the bottom up - - Civic coalitions are succeeding at revitalizing old towns where governmental efforts have failed
By Thomas L. Friedman

Israel -- BDS
The New York Times
Unwelcome sound on Germanys stages -- Musicians who boycott Israel - - Performers who support a movement protesting the treatment of Palestinians are clashing with German sensibilities.
By Melissa Eddy & Alex Marshall

Travel Ban - Supreme Court
The Washington Post
Call Trumps travel ban what it is - An Iran Ban - - Ruling - erodes the fundational princilels of religious tolerance
By Jason Rezaian

Sports
The Washington Post
Irans goalkeeper went from being homeless to blocking Ronaldos penalty lick - - Iranian goalkeper from Rag to riches
By Rebecca Tan

News Analysis
The New York Times
Why so many political parties blowing up ? - - Traditional politics hasn’t kept up with all the change going on.
By Thomas L. Friedman

News Analysis
The Christian Science Monitor
How Nationalism fuels anti - immigration front across the West - - Often, the facts around migration matter less than perception. Across the West, thatís leading to levels of anti-immigrant isolationism not seen since the 1930s.
By Ned Temko

Analysis
The Economist
Why America needs more immigrants - - As the white population ages and shrinks, minorities and immigrants are filling the gap
By Democracy in America

Israel -- Middle East Peace
The Foreign Policy
Kushners peace plan is a disaster waiting to happen - - The last thing Israelis and Palestinians need now is another failed blueprint. Stabilizing Gaza is more important
By Ilan Goldberg

Israel - New Settlements
The New York Times
As Israel pushes to build, Bedoiun homes and school face demolition - - Israel has long wanted to clear the West Bank of Bedouin herders near Jerusalem to make room for Jewish settlements. It could happen any day.
By David M. Halbfinger and Rami Nazzal

OPEC - OIL
The Foreign Policy
Opec agrees to boost oil output - - The oil cartel vowed to add 1 million barrels a day to markets. It wonít add quite that much
By Keith Johnson

Opinions
The New York Times
Is time up for Turkeys Erdogan - - The editorial board represents the opinions of the board, its editor and the publisher. It is separate from the newsroom and the Op-Ed section.
By The Editorial Board

Eulogy
The Washington Post
Charles Krauthammer
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Argument
The Foreign Policy
Erdogan will win by any means necessary - - Turkey's president has plenty of experience stealing elections ó and Sunday's vote is one he can't afford to lose.
By Henri S. Barkey

Opinions
The Washington Post
Trumps America -- The rouge superpower - - Trump is not merely neglecting the liberal world order; he is milking it for narrow gain, rapidly destroying the trust and sense of common purpose that have held it together and prevented international chaos for seven decades
By Robert Kagan

Analysis
The Economist
Donald Trump andKim Jong Un signed the blandest of agreements - - All the details are left to underlings to sort out
By


Science - Environment
The Christian Science Monitor
A new leaf - how literature binds stratified Cleaveland - - By welcoming and engaging its citizens from all corners through literature, the city is spawning discussions that could help it tackle tough social issues from homelessness to substance abuse.
By Christopher Johnston

Health
The New Republic
Americas enduring failure to prevent food - born illness - - The internet was meant to make the world a less centralised place, but the opposite has happened. Ludwig Siegele explains why it matters, and what can be done about it
By Stacy Teicner Khadaroo & Harry Bruinius

Analysis
The New York Times
Why Nato matters - - The allies are looking with dread to this week’s summit as President Trump continues his campaign to undermine a decades-old partnership.
By The Editorial Board

Environment
The Foreign Affairs
Warming world - - Why Climate Change Matters More Than Anything Else
By Joshua Busby

News Analysis
The Economist
The American president is stirring up trouble in a volatile oil market - - If he cannot arm-twist OPEC, he may unleash Americaís Special Petroleum Reserve
By Buisiness & Finance

Report
The Washington Post
Did Obama give citizenship to 2,500 Iranians during the nuclear deal talks? - - The allegation, tweeted by President Trump, appears to have originated with an Iranian politician who has criticized the nuclear deal.
By Salvador Ruzzo

Opinions
The New York Times
How to be a Hoejabi - - For me, the word symbolizes the way Muslim women are never allowed to occupy the middle ground between being religious and sexually confident.
By Romaissaa Bonzizoune

Travel Ban - Supreme Court
The Washington Post
Supreme Court upholds Trump Travel ban - - The Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that President Trump has the authority to ban travelers from certain majority-Muslim countries if he thinks it is necessary to protect the United States,
By Robert Barnes & Ann E. Marimow

Travel Ban - Supreme Court
The New York Times
The Supreme Court used to oppose discrimination. What happened - - Nafees Syed is an attorney in New York. Safa K. Syed works in the administration of Gov. Andrew Cuomo of New York.
By Nafees Syed and Safa K. Syed

News Analysis
The New York Times
Why are so many political parties blowing up ? - - Traditional politics hasnít kept up with all the change going on.
By Thomas L. Friedman

India
The Foreign Affairs
Modinomics at four - - Why India Is on the Path to Long-Term Prosperity
By Arvind Panagariy

Analysis
The New Republic
No Shelter in the land of the last refuge - - Thousands of Africans have fled to Israel, seeking asylum from repressive regimes. Instead of offering safe harbor, the government has done everything it can to force them out, including secretly funneling them into the hands of human traffickers. What does it mean when thereís no safety in the land of last refuge?
By Brian Goldstone

Argument
The Foreign Policy
Mohammad bin Salman has thrown the Palestinians under the bus - - The United States and Arab governments have abandoned the Palestinian cause and believe they can browbeat Mahmoud Abbas into submission
By Dalia Hatuqa

Opinions
The Washington Post
Trumps words are rooted in our dark history - - The dark history behind Trump's inflammatrory language
By Anne Applebaum

Opinions
The Washington Post
Trump can not be believed or trusted - - Trump is a baldfaced liar - -
By Golbert I. King

Turkey -- Future
Christian Science Monitor
In run - up to Turkish vote, signs of a resilient drive for democracy - - Turkish President Erdoğan has tried mightily to consolidate power, imprisoning foes as "terrorists" in authoritarian fashion. But the democratic impulse in the country is still strong
By Scott Peterson

Sierra Leone - Tropical Diseases
The Economist
How Sierra Leone is beating tropical diseases Common sense is part of the answer
By Graphic detail

Saudi Arabia - Internal Affairs
The New York Times
Saudi women can drive now. Will that hurt Saudi Women - - Ms. Aldosari researches Saudi gender dynamics at Harvard
By Hala Aldosari

Sadness - Depression
The New York Times
What is sadness, and what is depression - - We donít have a good way of talking about the difference between them.
By Jennifer Finney Boylan

News Analysis
The Foreign Policy
North Korea is following the Saddam Hussein playbook - - The big question for the world is whether the United States will now follow its old Iraq playbook, too.
By James Traub



    
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