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The New York Times
A simple move to save thousands of lives from overdose - - Americans die daily from opioid overdose. Naloxone can save them.
By Megan McLemore & Corey Davis


The New Republic
Donald Trump is Americas most irredeemable man - -

And yet, he has our most important job. No wonder the nations in crisis.


By Brian Beutler


The Foreign Policy
In Afghanistan, reform come fast enough - -

The Ghani government is embarking on an ambitious plan to combat corruption and incompetence. It’s going to need America’s help.


By Ronald E. Newmann


The New York Times
We need immigrants with skill. But working hard is a skill - - All Manuel had to recommend him was his strength and his belief that America was a place where, by the labor of your hands, you could create a life for yourself. That is all, and that is everything
By Jeff Flake


The Foreign Affairs
India at 70 - - The Worlds Biggest Democracy Celebrates Its Birthday
By Madhav Khosla and Milan Vaishnav


The Foreign Policy
Confidential U.N. report accuses Saudi Arabia coalition of killing hndreds of Yameni kids - - Top U.N. advisor to recommend coalition should be put on the black list of countries that kill and maim children in war
By Colum Lynch


The Foreign Policy
Is Trumps Middle East peace effort dead in the water - - What gives rise to this conclusion is a sober-eyed assessment of the political circumstances of the three critical players: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, and Trump himself
By Daniel Shapiro


The Washington Post
Islamic State threatens more bloodshed in Iran - - The Islamic State has stepped up its efforts to target Iran, releasing a stream of propaganda, vowing more bloodshed and boosting recruitment among the country’s Sunni minority groups
By Erin Conningham


Upozit 196 -- August 5/ 2017
 
News Analysis
The New York Times
Before you rip up that Iran deal ...... - - The point is to curb its nuclear weapons program. Other issues, no matter how serious, can be handled separately
By The Editorial Board

News Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
Iraqs Shiites test Iran - -

Is Tehran's Leverage Slipping?


By Alex Vatankav

Opinions
Asharq Al - Awsat
While Trump tweets, the cold monster returns - - How is Donald Trump doing
By Amir Taheri

Opinions
The New Republic
Do not just impeach Trump, end the imperial presidency - - His threats against North Korea expose the many dangers of the White House's post-9/11 powers. Here's what Congress must do
By Jeet Heer

Analysis
The Christian Science Monitor
What a cut in legal immigration could mean for U. S. economy - - Beyond humanitarian questions, economists say, cutting back at a critical moment of demographic change comes with substantial risks.
By

Argument
The Foreign Policy
It is up to Europe to save the Iran deal - - Donald Trump wants to scrap the nuclear accord with Tehran. Heres how America's allies can stop him
By Tyler Cullis

Commentary
The New York Times
With snowflakes and unicorns, Marina Ratner and Maryam Mirzakhani explored a universe in motion - - Marina Ratner and Maryam Mirzakhani explored a universe in motion
By Amie Walkinson

Refugees
The Christian Science Monitor
On a tiny Greek Island, a warm welcome for Syrian refugees - - Whats happening in Tilos is remarkable. Syrian refugees could absolutely reshape life and culture on the island
By Nick Squire

Analysis
The Washington Post
How Trump can confront Iran without blowing up the nuclear deal - - Theres a growing push both inside and outside the administration to craft a way to acknowledge what many see as Iran’s violations of the nuclear agreement without precipitating a crisis
By Josh Rogin

News Analysis
The New York Times
Iran gains ground in Afghanistan as U. S. presence wans Tehrans accelerating campaign to exert influence threatens to undo 16 years and half a trillion dollars worth of American efforts to forge a stable democratic Afghan government
By Carlota Gall

Analysis
The Washington Post
The bravest political act of this era - - Jeff Flake, a Republican senator, issues a white-hot indictment of the president.
By Michael Gerson

Climate Change
The Foreign Affairs
What might man - induced climate change mean - except - - Climate drives agricultural and forest production, and it largely governs the way people live and work
By Charles F. Cooper

News Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
Will Iran become the next North Korea - - Avoiding a Nuclear Nightmare in the Middle East
By Philip Gordon & Amos Yadlin

Science - Health
The New York Times
In breakthrough, scientists edit a dangerous mutation from gene in human embryos - - Researchers have found a way to reliably remove disease-causing mutations from human embryos, an achievement sure to renew concerns over so-called designer babies.
By Pam Belluck

News Analysis
The New York Times
Is Trump scheming to kill the Iran deal - - Undermining the agreement could put the world, and his presidency, at great risk
By Steve Andreasen & Steven Simon

Environment
The Christian Science Monitor
In Louisiana, rising seas and tough choices - - If Louisiana is fixing to slide off into the Gulf of Mexico, why are residents so reluctant to just move on In the words of one swamp tour captain- Because it is just too pretty, too important, and it is home. Monitor videographer Ann Hermes takes viewers on a bayou tour in Part 1 of our four-part series on rising seas
By Christa Case Bryant

Trump - Rule Of Law
The Washington Post
Predident Trump is now directly implicated in trying to cover up the Russia scaneal - - If the Russia scandal is nothing but a witch hunt, as President Trump so often says, it’s awfully strange that he’s going to so much trouble to cover it up
By Paul Waldman

News Analysis
The Foreign Policy
Scuttling the Iran deal will lead to another North Korea - - Tehran can already make an ICBM anytime it wants, and there's nothing Donald Trump can do about it
By Jeffrey Lewis

Analysis
The New Republic
Why American democracy is broken, and how to fix it - - The presidential system isn't working. A parliamentary one might
By Jeet Heer

Analysis
The Foreign Policy
McMaster fires Iran hawk from NSC - - Another Flynn holdover has been removed
By Kate Bannen


Opinions
The New Yiork Times
When the president is Un-American - - Trumpism is a betrayal of our national identity
By

Analysis
The Christian Science Monitor
What happens when a president talks tough - - As Peter Grier reports, it depends a lot on the political status of the president – and on how the tough talk is interpreted at the receiving end
By Peter Grier

Israel - Internal Affairs
The Foreign Policy
Netanyahus inner circle is fleeing like rats on the titanic - - Faced with mounting scandal, the Israeli prime minister is lashing out at "fake news" and alleging a witch hunt. But can the Trump defense save him
By Amos Harel

Opinions
The New York Times
Is motherhood a sacrifice or a previlege - - The responses have been varied and illuminating from all sides of the argument
By Karen Rinaldi

Analysis
The Washington Post
Why the Trump organization could be Trumps undoing - - A peculiar problem of despots and crime lords the world over is how to make dirty money look clean
By David Von Drehle

Israel - Netanyahu
The New York Times
As investigations intensify, Israel imagine life after Netanyahu - - As an ex-aide turns states witness, Israelis across the spectrum are trying on the idea of the curtain coming down on Mr. Netanyahus career.
By Isabel Kershner

U.S. - Immigration
The Foreign Affairs
The case against Immigration - - Why the United States Should Look Out for Itself
By Steven Camarota

Analysis
The Washington Post
Who is worse for the nation - Trump or Pence - - Pence is the very personification of the career politician
By Richard Cohen

Analysis
The Washington Post
Trapped between Israel and Hamas, Gazas wasted generation is going nowhere - -

In many circles in Gaza, it is hard to find anyone in their 20s with real employment, with a monthly salary. They call themselves a wasted generation


By William Booth & Hazem Balousha

Iran - Nuclear Negotiations
The Washington Post
U.S. sanctions violate nuclear deal, Iran says - - Iranian officials are weighing the cost of potential conflict with the benefits of remaining part of the agreement
By Erin Cunningham

Opinions
The Foreign Policy
Memo to Pence -- prepare to be Gerald Ford - - If you want to be Trumps successor after his impeachment or resignation, these are the steps you have to take right now
By Susan Hennessey & Benjamin Wittes

Analysis
The New York Times
Fewer immigrants mean more jobs - not so, economists say - - Highly educated immigrants are good for the economy, but so are less skilled workers, economists say
By Benyamin Applebaum

Trump - Immigration
The New York Times
Trump supports plan to cut legal immigration by half - - Legislation would favor immigrants based on skills and education, while curtailing those brought into the country through family ties
By Peter Baker

Opinions
The New York Times
Climate shifts are not limited to the weather - - Globalization and technology are changing the world, too
By Thomas L Friedman

Analysis
The Foreign Policy
Morale takes a nosedive at State Department - - And you don’t need an employee-wide survey to understand why
By Sharon Weinberger

Analysis
The Washington Post
We are on the road to a new cold war - - Twenty-five years after the Cold War ended, relations are back in a deep freeze. What happened
By The Editorials

Pakistan
The Foreign Affairs
Pakistan after Sharif - - The End of the Prime Minister
By Syed Fazel - e- Haider

Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
Israel and Japans rising sun relations - - Why Tokyo and Tel Aviv Are Finally Cozying Up
By Mathew Brummer and Eitan Oren

Africa - Famine
The Christian Science Monitor
Why the world in not paying attention to famine - - The hunger crisis in Africa is not on many Americans' radar screens. But when people become aware, compassion and capacity for change grow. The question is how to create that energy more consistently. 
By Peter Ford

Iran - Post Sanction Deal
The New York Times
Trump seeks way to declare Iran in violation of nuclear deal - - The president is frustrated that his national security aides have not given him any options on how the United States can leave the Iran nuclear accord
By David E. Sanger



    
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