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The Washington Post
Get ready for another Iraq war - - If we can’t fix Iraqi politics, we will lose more lives refighting battles we have already won
By Seth Moulton


The Foreign Policy
The Democratic partys Israel crack - up - - The contest between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders has exposed faultlines between Democrats on Israel and Palestine
By Kim Chattas


The Foreign Affairs
Fighting corruption in Mexico - - Taking It to the People
By Duncan Wood


The Christian Science Monitor
Colombia peace deal - US quiet role signals new tone in Latin America - -

John Kerry played a facilitation role in the months leading to Thursday's cease-fire, setting a new tone for US-Latin America relations after decades of imposed policies


By Howard LaFranchi


The Guardian
We have woken up in a different country - - For the 48% who voted to remain, and for most of the watching world, Britain has changed in a way that makes the heart sink
By Jonathan Freedland


The Foreign Policy
U.S. navy officers in crosshairs over Iran debate - - A military investigation into a bungled mission in the Persian Gulf could end the careers of several officers
By Dan De Luce


The New York Times
FARC rebels in Columbia reach cease - fire deal with government - - The FARC rebels agreed to lay down their weapons in a conflict believed to have killed more than 200,000 people over half a century
By Nicholas Casey


The New York Times
The false lure of military intervention in Syria - - Calls for airstrikes against the Assad regime risk drawing the United States into another Middle East quagmire
By The Editorial Board


           
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Opinions
The Washington Post
Get ready for another Iraq war - - If we can’t fix Iraqi politics, we will lose more lives refighting battles we have already won
By Seth Moulton

Mexico
The Foreign Affairs
Fighting corruption in Mexico - - Taking It to the People
By Duncan Wood

News Analysis
The Guardian
We have woken up in a different country - - For the 48% who voted to remain, and for most of the watching world, Britain has changed in a way that makes the heart sink
By Jonathan Freedland

South America
The New York Times
FARC rebels in Columbia reach cease - fire deal with government - - The FARC rebels agreed to lay down their weapons in a conflict believed to have killed more than 200,000 people over half a century
By Nicholas Casey

Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
Hamas and Egypt make amends? - - The Truth About the Dangerous Detente
By Oren Kessler & Grant Rumley

Pakistan - Human Rights
The Washington Post
Pakistans - university of Jihad - is getting millions of dollars from the government - - Pakistan’s government is giving $3 million to the Darul Uloom Haqqania seminary, which has produced scores of insurgents who are still fighting Afghanistan’s U.S.-backed government and still maintains ties to the Taliban
By Tim Craig

Refugees - U.S.
The New York Times
Slamming shut Americas door - - A proposal to ban all refugees would damage American values without making anyone safer
By The Editorial

Iran - Intern. Business
The Guardian
Peugeot - Citroen back on the road in Iran with deal to build cars - - Lifting of sanctions allows French carmaker PSA to resume partnership with Tehran-based Iran Khodro, while Boeing confirms contract for airliners
By Staff & Agencies

Egypt
The Guardian
Egyptian court quashes deal to transfer Red Sea islandes to Sausi Arabia - - Cancellation of maritime border accord that would have ceded control of two islands is a setback for Egypt’s president
By Ruth Michaelson

News Analysis
The Washington Post
Can Mohammad bin Salman transform Saudi Arabia - - Mohammed bin Salman wants to transform Saudi Arabia, but he should use his power to promote basic freedoms for his citizenry
By Editorial Board

Analysis
The Forein Affairs
The truth about trade - - What Critics Get Wrong About the Global Economy
By Douglas A. Irwin

Analysis
The Guardian
Understanding, but no peace for Palestinian and Israeli students in U.K - - City Universitys pioneering Olive Tree programme helped bridge the narrative divide for young scholars from the harsh front lines of the Middle East. Now the cash has run out
By Ian Black

Middle East
The New York Times
Palestinians enter talks with Egypt to stake Mediterranean claims - - The Palestinian ambassador to the United Nations, Riyad H. Mansour, said Friday that his government had begun preliminary negotiations with Egypt to define the extent of Palestinian-claimed territory in the Mediterranean off the roughly 25-mile-long coast of Gaza, the strip bordering Israel and Egypt where roughly 1.8 million Palestinians live
By Rick Goldstone

News Analysis
The Washington Post
Before Obama leaves office, here is what he should do about Iran - - Obama can take steps to engage Tehran even as we compete with it
By Zalmay Khalilzad & James Dobbins

Analysis
The New York Times
Mr. Modi, do not patent cow urine - - Indias patent system is under threat — because the Hindu right is obsessed with cows
By Ahal Prabhala & Sudhir Krishnaswamy

News Analysis
The Washington Post
Potential Iranian deal for airliners thrusts Boeing into risky political debate - - With the sale, Boeing faces unique political risks here in the United States
By Steven Mufson and Christian Davenport

Essay
The Foreign Affairs
American political decay or renewal - - The Meaning of the 2016 Election
By Francis Fukuyama

Israel -- American Tax Payers
The Guardian
Netanyahus New York travel bill includes $1,600 for hair styling - - Israeli PMs visit cost taxpayers $541,886 according to details published after months of efforts to prevent release
By Peter Beaumont

Opinions
The Foreign Policy
The future history of obamas foreign policy -- In the coming decades, will the outgoing presidents foreign policy ultimately be remembered as a success or will it be overshadowed by what some would call his inability to act?
By David Rothkoph

Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
How Islamist radicalism ends - - Ideology and Foreign Policy
By Andrew L. Peek


News Analysis
The Foreign Policy
The Democratic partys Israel crack - up - - The contest between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders has exposed faultlines between Democrats on Israel and Palestine
By Kim Chattas

Analysis
The Christian Science Monitor
Colombia peace deal - US quiet role signals new tone in Latin America - -

John Kerry played a facilitation role in the months leading to Thursday's cease-fire, setting a new tone for US-Latin America relations after decades of imposed policies


By Howard LaFranchi

Iran & United States
The Foreign Policy
U.S. navy officers in crosshairs over Iran debate - - A military investigation into a bungled mission in the Persian Gulf could end the careers of several officers
By Dan De Luce

News Analysis
The New York Times
The false lure of military intervention in Syria - - Calls for airstrikes against the Assad regime risk drawing the United States into another Middle East quagmire
By The Editorial Board

Analysis
The Christian Science Monitor
Muslim Brotherhood is all but snuffed out, Can it reinvent itself - - The Brotherhood lost its last real stronghold in the Arab world this spring with Jordan's decision to shut down the movement. Some worry that extremists could fill the void
By Taylor Luck

Analysis
The Foreign Policy
How fake democracies damage real ones - - Madagascar shows what happens when the world treats a corrupt regime like a functioning democracy
By Brain Klaas

Analysis
The Christian Science Monitor
Kurdish militants exacting highest - ever tool on Turkey - - Turkey is waging a 'hearts and minds' campaign to undermine popular support for the 32-year Kurdish insurgency. But rising violence, including possibly Tuesday's Istanbul bombing, casts doubt on its strategy
By Alexander Christie - Miller

IRAN
The Christian Science Monitor
Iran thwarts Ramadan - terrorist plot - bigges in decades, ministry says - - Iranian officials announced they had broken up a Sunni extremist plot to bomb Tehran and other areas, potentially the biggest militant attack in decades
By Amir Vahdat & Jon Gambrell

Analysis
The New York Times
Hoping jobs for India follow, Modi clears investors path - - The changes are the most significant loosening of market restrictions since India began economic liberalization, with foreigners now permitted to own 100 percent of many companies
By Getta Anand & Hari Kumar

Iran - Internal Affairs
The Foreign Affairs
Irans supreme politics - - The Battle To Succeed Khamenei Heats Up
By Alex Vatanka

Venezuela
The Christian Science Monitor
As food supplies dwindle in Venezuela, children feel sharp pinch - -

Amid deepening economic crisis, Venezuelans are digging through trash, rioting, and looting in search of their next meal. More than 600 political and food-related protests took place nationwide in May


By Whitney Euclich & Mariana Ziuniga

Opinions
The Foreign Policy
The Case agains peace - - There’s long been a theory that peacetime is bad for maintaining the global order — turns out a war now and then does a nation good
By Stephen M. Walt

Iran - Inequality
The Guardian
Fury erupts in Iran over vast Public employees’ payslips surface online, sparking widespread anger as country’s economy continues to stagnate
By Saeed Kamali Dehghan

Opinions
The Foreign Policy
Why young Americans are giving up on Capitalism - - Should we really be surprised that young people are rejecting the economic status quo?
By Sara Kenzior

Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
Egypts theory of terrorism - - Why It Is a Problem for the United States
By Zack Gold & Elissa Miller

Egypt
The New York Times
Egypt Air 804 black box - recovered in Mediterranean - - The cockpit voice recorder from a flight that crashed as it flew from Paris to Cairo last month was damaged, investigators said
By Nour Youssef & Nicola Clark

Syrian Refugees - U.S.
The Christian Science Monitor
Should U.S. take Syrian refugees - Millennials say yes, emphatically - -

More than two-thirds of Millennials say the US should accept Syrian refugees – higher than for other age groups. That support shows their different experiences and worldviews, many say


By Howard LaFranchi

Opinions
The New York Times
Why do terrorists commit terrorism? - -

After reviewing hundreds of cases, I've found that there might be no way to pinpoint an attacker's motive


By Peter Bergen

Analysis
The Foreign Policy
If Islam is a religion of violence, so is Christianity - - The world’s oldest religions all have troubling histories of bloodshed. Singling out Islam is just Trump’s latest, hateful hypocrisy
By Julia Ioffe

Iran & Human Rights
The Guardian
Academics urge Rouhani to speak out over house arrests of Iranian critics - - Seventy scholars sign letter imploring president to intervene in cases of Mir Hossein Mousavi, Zahra Rahnavard and Mehdi Karroubi
By Saeed Kamali Dehghan



    
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