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The New York Times
more insulting lies from Saudi Arabia -- What we face now is a test for President Trump and America itself.
By Nickloas Kristof


The New York Times
Before arguing about DNA tests, learn the science behind them - - Our genetic code cannot be treated as a matter of simple fractions
By Carl Zimmer


The Foreign Affairs
Confronting Iran - - The Trump Administration’s Strategy
By Michael R. Pompeo


The Foreign Affairs
Should America cut off low - skilled immigration - - The Right and Wrong Arguments for Restrictionism
By Noah Smith


The Economist
The latest report on global warming makes grim reading - - And what hope it does offer risks being frittered away
By Print Edition


The Washington Post
Foiled Paris bomb plot raises fears that Iran is planning attacks in Europe - - The foiled plot has sparked growing anxiety in France, Germany and several other countries, including the United States and Israel, that Iran is planning audacious terrorist attacks and has stepped up its intelligence operations around the world
By Shane Harris, Souad Mekhennet & Joby Warrick


The New York Times
My fiance Jamal Khashoggi was a lonely patriot - - His ideas will reverberate from Turkey to Saudi Arabia and beyond. Oppression never lasts forever. Tyrants eventually pay for their sins
By Natice Cengiz


The Washington Post
After Journalist vanishes, focus shifts to charming Saudi Prices dark, bullying side - - The disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi has thrown a spotlight on the authoritarian rule of Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Turkish authorities allege the self-exiled Saudi journalist was killed and gruesomely dismembered earlier this month by Saudi agents inside the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul.
By Karen DeYoung & Kareem Fahim


Asharq Al - Awsat
From Truman to Trump: the rise and fall of a paradigm - - “We fully realize today that victory in war required a mighty united effort. Certainly, victory in peace calls for, and must receive, an equal effort. Man has learned long ago, that it is impossible to live unto himself. This same basic principle applies today to nations. We were not isolated during the war. We dare not now become isolated in peace. “
By Amir Taheri


The Foreign Policy
Mohammad bin Salman;is scared of Saudi expats - - The crown prince will stop at nothing to silence his growing number of critics, regardless of where they live
By Ola Salem


 
Opinions
The New York Times
Get angry, get involved - - The midterm elections are the smart way to make your influence felt.
By David Leonhardt

Opinions
The New York Times
For once, I am grateful for Trump - - In the president, one big bully stands up to others.
By Bret Stephens

Immigration
The New York Times
Trumps next target -- Legal immigration - - Immigrants who play by the rules and contribute to their communities could soon be at risk of deportation. Americans must insist that Congress block this proposal.
By Tung Nguyen & Sherry Hirota

Immigration
The New York Times
Trumps next target: legal immigration - - Immigrants who play by the rules and contribute to their communities could soon be at risk of deportation. Americans must insist that Congress block this proposal.
By Tung Nguyen & Sherry Hirota

Climate Change
The Foreign Affairs
Climate change is a chronic condition - - And Policymakers Need to Respond to It Accordingly
By Kate Gordon and Julio Friedman

Latest News
The New York Times
Jeff Bezos and the trap of the charitable - industrial complex - - He has promised money for schools. There are several grass-roots efforts to spread the Montessori method that could really use the money.
By Mira Debs

News Analysis
The Washington Post
Israels first anti - Zionist government - - Netanyahu has undertaken “a profound shift in the state’s identity as a representative of the Jewish people to a state that aims to advance its own expansion through seizure of land, violation of international law, exclusion and discrimination,”
By Dana Milbank

Report
The Washington Post
Attack on military event in Iran kills more than 2 dozen - - Terrorists recruited, trained, armed & paid by a foreign regime have attacked Ahvaz.
By Erin Conningham & Bijan Sabbagh

Opinions
The New York Times
Democracy will still surprise us - - Of late, Western democracy has concentrated rather than spread wealth, suggesting it serves injustice. But it is stubborn and adaptable
By Roger Cohen

Child Mortality - World
The Economist
Reductions in Childhood mortality have prevented 100 Million deaths since 1990 - - Yet one out of every 13 children in sub-Saharan Africa dies before their fifth birthday
By Graphic detail

Israel
The New Republic
Who is afraid of criticizing Israel - - https://newrepublic.com/article/150996/whos-afraid-criticizing-israel
By Theodore Russ

News Analysis
The Foreign Policy
The United States finally has an aggressive plan to defang Iran - - Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has an impressive strategy to counter Tehran and break free from two decades of failed U.S. policy.
By Ray Takeyeh, Mark Dubowitz

Opioids -- Overdose
The New York Times
The Federal agency that fuels the opioid crisis - - The Drug Enforcement Administration has proved itself incompetent for decades.
By Leo Beletsky & Jeremiah Goulka

Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
Is automation really to blame for lost manufacturing jobs ? - - What the Conventional Wisdom Gets Wrong
By Susan N. Houseman

Education Revolution
The Washington Post
How Americans have come to see college as a requirement - - The new “social mobility” metric in rankings signals a third wave in higher education reform
By Paul Glastris

Argument
The Foreign Policy
This is where Iran defeats the United States - - Iraq’s Kurdish kingmakers used to side with Washington. Now, Tehran seems like a more attractive partner.
By Peter W. Galbrith

News Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
Do Palestinians still support the two state solutions? - - Why Israeli Settlements Are the Greatest Obstacle to Peace
By Khalil Shikaki

Opinions
The New York Times
Anonymous is hiding in plain sight - - The G.O.P. crowd who accepted the devil’s bargain is huge.
By Thomas L. Friedman

Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
Is the U.S. using sanctions too aggressively ? - - The Steps Washington Can Take to Guard Against Overuse
By Peter E. Harrell

Analysis
The Foreign Policy
The battle for Crazytown - - America’s newest live-streaming reality show features the foreign-policy establishment fighting for its life against Donald Trump.
By Stephen M. Walt


Opioids -- Overdose
The Washington Post
Senate easily passes sweeping opioids legislation, sending it - - The bill is a rare bipartisan achievement for Congress
By Colby Itkowitz

Obituaries
The New York Times
Charles Aznavour, endoring French singer of global fame, dies at 94 - - With his ballads of love found and love lost, he was said to have sold almost 200 million records and appeared in scores of films.
By Frank J. Prial

Sanctions - U.S.
The Foreign Policy
Is the Iran deal finally dead ? - - Europe’s frantic efforts to save the nuclear pact at the U.N. probably won’t work.
By Michael Hirsh

Analysis
The New Republic
The Origins of Amearicas enduring divisions - - For Jill Lepore, the United States has always been a nation caught between its sunny ideals and its darker realities.
By Michael Kazin

OPEC - OIL
The New York Times
OPEC signals no rush to increase oil output - - President Trump has been pressuring the oil producers to pump more and hold down prices. But the Saudis and their allies say customers have adequate supplies.
By Stanley Reed

Report
The Foreign Policy
U.N. Brief: Trump to tackle globe drug trade, confront Iran - - U.N. summit clouded by failure to end Middle East wars, America’s retreat from multilateral solutions to the world’s crises.
By Colum Lynch

Iran - America
The Washington Post
Trump is not sincere about Iran talks - - I faced two options on May 8, when President Trump announced the
By Hassan Rouhani

Opinions
The New York Times
Democracy will still surprise us - - Of late, Western democracy has concentrated rather than spread wealth, suggesting it serves injustice. But it is stubborn and adaptable.
By Roger Cohen

Analysis
The Christian Science Monitor
Why both Iran and U.S. have taken hits from nuclear deal withdrawal - - On the world stage, the use of economic or military might is value-neutral only in rare instances. More often it catalyzes opposition, resentment, or active resistance. Yet it is still used.
By Howard LaFranchi

Iraq Crisis
The Foreign Affairs
Iraqs next war - - Rival Shiite factions could be headed toward disaster
By Ranj Alaaldin

Trump - Iran strategy
The Foreign Policy
The United States finally has an aggressive plan to defang Iran - - Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has an impressive strategy to counter Tehran and break free from two decades of failed U.S. policy.
By Ray Takeyeh & Mark Dubowitz

Opinions
The New York Times
The broken pieces of Middle East peace - - Forty years after the Camp David accords, we’re again at a fateful moment.
By Thomas L. Friedman

Authomation-21st Century
The Foreign Affairs
Is automation really to blame for lost manufacturing jobs ? - - What the Conventional Wisdom Gets Wrong
By Susan N. Houseman

Education
The Washington Post
How Americans have come to see college as a requirement - - The new “social mobility” metric in rankings signals a third wave in higher education reform.
By Paul Glastris

Iran - U.S. Sanctions
The Washington Post
Munchin resists Trumps Iran strategy - - The Trump administration is drastically increasing pressure on Iran, including by tightening the financial noose on the regime and banks it uses to fund malign activities across the Middle East
By Josh Rogin

Analysis
The New Republic
What Israel needs fro American Jews - - American Jews once sent money, people, and unconditional support. Now, they must speak up for Israeli democracy
By Gideon Levy

Profile
New York Times
Sally Fields talks about her life - In Pieces - - - In a new memoir, the actress reveals a personal history, darkened by abuse and illuminated by grace, that she has never shared before.
By Dave Itzkoff

Analysis
The Christian Science Monitor
Challenge to U.S. sovereignty ? in polls public accepts constraints on power - - Justice may be seen as a concept that has no geopolitical boundaries. But today we have two stories on global justice, including this one that rejects putting limits on American safety and sovereignty
By Howard LaFranchi

Opinions
The NewYork Times
Does teacher diversity matter in student learning - - Research shows that students, especially boys, benefit when teachers share their race or gender. Yet most teachers are white women.
By Claire Cain Miller

Opinions
The Washington Post
The global growth story may be ending - - We have to look beyond the madness
By Fareed Zakaria



    
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