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The Foreign Affairs
Sectarianism and theprotest in Baghdad - - How to Make Iraq a Viable State
By Nussaibah Younis


The Christian Science Monitor
Saudi plan to end oil - addiction - how will it change the kingdon - - <p>Such a shift has the potential to reshape the country’s regional profile – though it is unclear if would play a productive role or expand its proxy wars against Iran.</p>
By Taylor Luck


The Guardian
Global water shortages to deliver severe hit to economics, World Bank warns - - The Middle East, north Africa, central Asia and south Asia due to suffer biggest economic hit from water scarcity as climate change takes hold, report finds
By Suzanne Goldberg


The New York Times
Surge in Palestinian youths in prison tests Israels justice system - - Dima al-Wawi, a 12-year-old jailed for two months for planning to stab an Israeli soldier, was one of hundreds of Palestinian children jailed since attacks on Israelis surged
By Diaa Hadid


The Christian Science Monitor
Voters delimma - what happens if it is Hillary vs. Trump - - <p>Many voters aren't enthused about the prospect of a Clinton vs. Trump election. So, will they fall in line and back one – or not? </p>
By Gail Russell Chaddock


The Guardian
Iranian view of Donald Trump : familiar but no atomic challenger - - His rhetoric may be reminiscent of Ahmadinejad, but in US presidential race seen mainly through prism of landmark nuclear deal, Hillary Clinton worries Iran
By Saeed Kamali Dehghan


The Foreign Affairs
Maduro cracks down - - Venezuelas Human Rights Crisis
By Rafael Uzcategui & Jose Miguel Vivanco


The Washington Post
Birth rate among teens, once at crisis levels, falls to all - time low - - The decline of the past decade has occurred in all regions of the U.S. and among all races, but the most radical changes have been among Hispanic and black teens, whose birth rates have dropped nearly 50 percent since 2006
By Ariana Eunjung Cha


           
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Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
Sectarianism and theprotest in Baghdad - - How to Make Iraq a Viable State
By Nussaibah Younis

Environment - Water
The Guardian
Global water shortages to deliver severe hit to economics, World Bank warns - - The Middle East, north Africa, central Asia and south Asia due to suffer biggest economic hit from water scarcity as climate change takes hold, report finds
By Suzanne Goldberg

Israel & Human Rights
The New York Times
Surge in Palestinian youths in prison tests Israels justice system - - Dima al-Wawi, a 12-year-old jailed for two months for planning to stab an Israeli soldier, was one of hundreds of Palestinian children jailed since attacks on Israelis surged
By Diaa Hadid

Analysis
The Guardian
Iranian view of Donald Trump : familiar but no atomic challenger - - His rhetoric may be reminiscent of Ahmadinejad, but in US presidential race seen mainly through prism of landmark nuclear deal, Hillary Clinton worries Iran
By Saeed Kamali Dehghan

Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
Maduro cracks down - - Venezuelas Human Rights Crisis
By Rafael Uzcategui & Jose Miguel Vivanco

News Analysis
The New York Times
A promising new path for Saudi Arabia - - A plan that might reduce the country's oil dependency
By The Editorial Board

U.S. Election
The Foreign Policy
In foreign policy speech Donald Trump comes through despite efforts to appeal presidential - - Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump adopted a measured tone and serious demeanor as he sought to recast himself as prepared to become a wartime commander in chief
By Molly O Toole

Israel & Nuclear Weapon
The Foreign Policy
How the Israelis hoodwinked JFK on going nuclear - - Newly declassified documents reveal how David Ben-Gurion’s mumbles and a trick sightseeing tour helped Israeli officials pull the wool over Washington’s eyes on the weaponization of the Dimona reactor
By Avner Cohon & William Burr

News Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
The Panama papers and Thomas Piketty - - How the Leak May Transform Politics
By Henry Farrell

Analysis
The New York Times
In effort to defeat ISIS, U.S. and Iran impede one another - - Civilians have been trapped in Falluja, where the Islamic State is under siege, and Shiite militias have stoked tensions elsewhere in Anbar Province.
By Tim Arango

Turkey
The Daily Telegraph
Turkeys parliament speaker seeks religious constitution - - Turkey should have a religious constitution, parliament speaker Ismail Kahraman said on Monday, in comments that will likely add to concerns of creeping Islamisation under the ruling AKP party
By AFP

Analysis
The New York Post
Russia and China rush to fill Mideast void left by Obama - - It was meant to be a farewell visit by a cherished friend heading for retirement. Instead, Barack Obama’s visit to Saudi Arabia Tuesday and Wednesday turned into an unwanted call...
By Amir Taheri

Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
The fusion of civilizations - - The Case for Global Optimism
By Kishore Mahbubani and Lawrence H. Summers

Analysis
The Guardian
The tricky triangle of Iran, Russia and Israel - - On the complex regional chess board, Iran wants better relations with Moscow even as the Russians have extended their intelligence co-operation with Israel in Syria
By Gareth Smyth for Tehran Bureau

News Analysis
The New York Times
The Baghdad follies - - Iraqi politicians seem to be squandering another chance to build a better future
By The Editorial Board

Analysis
The New York Times
Unfinished business from 9/11 - - It's time to release the redacted pages from Congress's 9/11 investigation, and to make clear what the Saudi role has been in supporting terrorism
By Editorial Board

IRAQ
The Foreign Affairs
Reforming Baghdad - - How Iraq's Economy Can Turn Itself Around
By Kyle McEneany

Africa
The New York Times
Out of Africa, part II - - A farming village too parched to sustain crops is also losing its men, who leave in search of work to support their families
By Thomas L. Friedman

Refugees
The Christian Science Monitor
Turkey - EU refugee deal - new arrivals fell as ethical concerns rise - - Despite a Turkey-EU vow that the deal now being implemented would be conducted in “full accordance” with international law, rights advocates say refugees' varying circumstances are not taken into account
By Scott Peterson

Analysis
The Guardian
Why is Britain still selling Saudi Arabia arms to use in Yemen? - - Labour MPs need to unite behind the UN, NGOs and Jeremy Corbyns demand for a suspension of weapons sales and an investigation of their use in Yemen
By David Wearing


News Analysis
The Christian Science Monitor
Saudi plan to end oil - addiction - how will it change the kingdon - - <p>Such a shift has the potential to reshape the country’s regional profile – though it is unclear if would play a productive role or expand its proxy wars against Iran.</p>
By Taylor Luck

Analysis
TheGuardian
Moqtadaal-Sadr,whoistheclericdirectingIraqsprotests?-- <div>Charismatic Shia cleric has recast himself as upholder of the country’s democratic process and a bulwark against Isis</div>
By Simon Tisdall

American Election
The Christian Science Monitor
Voters delimma - what happens if it is Hillary vs. Trump - - <p>Many voters aren't enthused about the prospect of a Clinton vs. Trump election. So, will they fall in line and back one – or not? </p>
By Gail Russell Chaddock

Philippine
TheForeignPolicy
Onepresidentawayfromdisaster-- Why the Philippine election threatens to break an economic winning streak.
By Greg Rushford

News Analysis
The Washington Post
Birth rate among teens, once at crisis levels, falls to all - time low - - The decline of the past decade has occurred in all regions of the U.S. and among all races, but the most radical changes have been among Hispanic and black teens, whose birth rates have dropped nearly 50 percent since 2006
By Ariana Eunjung Cha

Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
Reading hume in Tehran - - The Iranian Revolution and the Enlightenment
By Ervand Abrahamian

Iran - Cultural Affairs
The Guardian
Why so many Iranianshave come to hate the Hijab - - Over the years the state crackdown on women’s dress has become more of a show to placate the country’s hardline base. Our correspondent shares stories from her personal repertoire illustrating the point
By Denise Hassanzade Ajiri

Analysis
The Foreign Policy
Why is America so bad at promoting democracy in other countries - - There’s no quick, cheap, or military-based way to bring peace to places like Afghanistan, Yemen, and Iraq. It is time we changed our approach, and we can start at home
By Stephen M. Walt

News Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
Egypts troubled islands - - The Politics of the Land Transfer to Saudi Arabia
By Michael Wahid Hanna

Editorials
The New York Times
A risky expansion in Syria - - What does adding more troops mean for the United States' future involvement in that war?
By Editorial

Syria
The Foreign Policy
Situation report - More U.S. troops headed to Syria - - 250 more American troops are headed to Syria
By David Francis, Paul McLeary, Adam Rawnsley & Dan DeLuce

Analysis
The New York Times
Britain grapples with enduring questions of religion and race - - As the country engages in fierce debates centered on national identity, it is also confronting challenges to traditional norms of political discourse
By Steven Erlanger & Stephen Castle

News Analysis
The Christian Science Monitor
Saudis await princes vision of future with hope and concern - - A new 15-year-plan from Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, to be announced Monday, is expected to aim to liberate the country from its historic dependence on oil, but after decades of failed reform efforts, the public have concerns
By Marwa Rashad

News Analysis
Asharq Al - Awsat
The - Golden Age - that was not - - It is now weeks that Iran’s political-clerical circles are abuzz about an “open letter” written to President Hassan Rouhani by Mehdi Karrubi, a former Speaker of the Islamic Consultative Assembly (Majlis) who has been under house arrest since 2009 after challenging the results of the 2009 presidential election
By Amir Taheri

News Analysis
The Washington Post
Saudi Arabia: The devil we know - - Despite tensions, the United States should remain engaged with Riyadh rather than cut ties
By Fareed Zakaria

Iran - America
The Foreign Policy
U.S. supreme court rules Irans terrosism victims can collect $2 billion - - The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld a law that could pave the way for the families of Americans killed in terrorist attacks tied to Tehran to collect $2 billion from Iran’s central bank
By David Francis

Food & Health
The New York Times
Persian Cuisine, fragrant and rich with symbolism - - A feast celebrating Nowruz, the Persian New Year, is a lens onto a fascinating food culture
By Melissa Clark

Analysis
The Foreign Policy
The long divorce - - How the U.S.-Saudi relationship grew cold under Barack Obama's watch
By Simon Henderson

News Analysis
The Daily Telegraph
Barak Obama has nobody to blame but himself for alienating Saudi Arabia - - Mr Obama, too, would like to be remembered for making his mark on the treacherous politics of the Middle East. He did, after all, make the region one of his foreign policy priorities when, shortly after taking office, he delivered his ground-breaking Cairo speech in April 2009, in which he sought a “new beginning” between Washington and the Arab world
By Con Coughlin

AIDS
The New York Times
AIDS treatment in Haiti promising for developing nations - - A program providing free medicines has produced a survival rate comparable to that of gay men in the United States
By Donald G. McNeil Jr.



    
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