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The Economist
Israel apparently strikes an Iranian nuclear facilities again - - A secret war between the countries is bursting into the open
By Middle east & Africa


The Christian science Monitor
Biden seeks return to Iran deal. Can he bring Americans with him - - Now comes the hard part.
By Howard LaFranchi


The New York Times
" Maximum presure ' on Iran has failed - - A return to the nuclear deal is the first step out of the morass.
By The Editorial Board


The National Review
Bidfen builds back Obama's Middle East - - And makes a mochery of his democracy agenda - -
By Mathew Continetti


The Foreign Affairs
China's shrinking families - - The Demographic Trend That Could Curtail Beijings Ambitions
By Nicholas Eberstadt & Ashton Verdery


The New York Times
Online scamers have a new offer for you - - Hundreds of sellers are offering false and stolen vaccine cards, as businesses and states weigh proof of vaccinations for getting people back to work and play.
By Sheersa Frenkel


The Economist
Getting into Iraq may soon be much easier -- Visa - free travel is supposed to woo expats and tourists
By Middle east & Africa


Face Book
Propaganda Javad Zarif Gangs
By Face Book


The Foreign Affairs
The perils of overhyping artificial intelligence - - For AI to Succeed, It First Must Be Able to Fail
By Julia Ciocca, Michael C. Horowitz & Lauren Kahn


The Christian science Monitor
Is a pandemic the time to have a baby? potential moms wrestle with question - - Having a child is the last thing on the list
By Colette Davidson, Chelsea Sheasley & Ann Scott Tyson


 
America - Multiclultural
The Christian science Monitor
How to prepare for an increasing Multiracial America ? - - Theres plenty to learn from looking back, but our commentator points out that at critical junctures in history, like this one, looking even five or 10 years down the road offers a useful perspective and reality check.
By Jacqueline Adams

Iran - Uninformed Iranian Pundit
The Foreign Affairs
Biden's narrow window of opportunity on Iran - - Washington Must Quickly Resurrect the Nuclear Dealor Risk a Full-Blown Crisis in the Middle East
By Vali Nasr

Iran - Carter Doctrine
The Foreign Affairs
Jimmy Carter Doctrine - - Jimmy Carters Secret Program for Regime Change in Iranand What It Means for U.S. Policy Today
By Ray Takeyeh

Analysis
The National Review
Three wars, no victory - why ? - - Policy, strategy, and popular opinion have all played a part in U.S. failures
By Bing West

News Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
Stability in the Middle East requires more than a deal with Iran - - How the United States Can Be Part of a Regional Solution
By Sanam Valil

Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
America's Middle East policy is outdated and dangerous - - A New Approach to the Gulf States Needs a Better Foundation
By Cris Murphy

News Analysis
The Economist
The Meaning of Myanmar's coup - - Attempts to dress up authoritarian regimes as democracies are always bound to fail
By leaders

Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
How to win the influence contest in the Middle East - - Use the Soft Power of Gulf States to Counter Irans Appeal
By Steven Simmon, Josh Landis and Aiman Mansour

Latest News
The Washington Post
Biden wants to create millions of clean - Energy jobs, China & Europe are way ahead of him - - Battery production is key to building a green-energy workforce, but without more government support, the United States may miss out.
By Jeanne Whalen

Iran - Al Qaeda
The Foreign Affairs
Why are A Qaeda leaders in Iran ? - - What a Prisoner Exchange Reveals About an Unlikely Relationship
By Cole Bunzel

Minimum Wage - Poverty
The Washington Post
$15 wage would cost 1.4 million jobs but left 900,000 out of poverty, CBO report finds - - The existing federal minimum wage, $7.25 an hour, has not been changed since 2009 and remains below historic levels when adjusted for inflation.
By Eli Rosenberg

Biden - Foreign Policy
The Foreign Affairs
The case against foreign policy solution - - Why the Biden Administration Should Manage Global Problems, Not Try to Solve Them
By Richard Pontain

Biden - Welfare - State
The National Review
Biden plan ignores the real problem with welfare - - Congress should reinvest in not reverse the bipartisan success of 1996 reform.
By Robert Rector & Marie Fishpaw

U.S. - Saudi Arabia
The Economist
Joe Biden puts Saudi Arabia on notice - - The kingdom's war in Yemen will be harder to wage without American arms
By Middle east & Africa

Climate Change - Health
The New York Times
How climate change may affect your health - - No matter where you live or how high your socioeconomic status, climate change can endanger your health, both physical and mental, now and in the future. 89
By Jane E. Brody

Iran - Human Rights
The Foreign Affairs
Iran is not just a nuclear file - - The Biden Administration Should Put Human Rights at the Center of Its Policy
By Karen Kramer

Democrats - Am. Economy
The New York Times
The economy does much better under Democrats why ? - - G.D.P., jobs and other indicators have all risen more slowly under Republicans for nearly the past century.
By David Leonhardt & Yarna Serkez

Opinions
The National Review
Democrat's domestic terrorism prevention act shields Jihadists - - You neednt read far into this bill to hear the alarm bells.
By Andrew C. McCarthy

Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
How hegemony ends - - The Unraveling of American Power
By Alexander Cooly & Daniel H. Nexon

Latest News
The Economist
The world is facing an uprurge of nuclear proliferation - - To stop it, the nuclear powers need to act
By leaders


Biden - Foreign Policy
The Foreign Affairs
Foreign policy for pragmatists - - How Biden Can Learn From History in Real Time
By Gideon Rose

Iran - Carter Doctrine
The Foreign Affairs
The Other Carter Doctrine - - Jimmy Carters Secret Program for Regime Change in Iranand What It Means for U.S. Policy Today
By Ray Takeyeh

Analysis
The Christian science Monitor
What to call the locals in new Zealand and Indiana - - https://www.csmonitor.com/The-Culture/In-a-Word/2021/0225/What-to-call-the-locals-in-New-Zealand-and-Indiana
By Melissa Mohr

Palestinian - NEW Generation
The Christian science Monitor
Can a new generation change Palestinian policies ? - - Young Palestinians are so frustrated with ossified political institutions that they prioritize replacing out-of-touch leaders, even before achieving national independence. Will upcoming elections bring new blood?
By Taylor Luck & Fatima Abdulkarim

America - Future Environment
The Economist
America's better future: No carbon and no blackouts - - This is the moment for an ambitious attempt to deal with climate change
By leaders

News Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
A superpower, like it or not - - Why Americans Must Accept Their Global Role
By Robert Kagan

Immigration - Biden
The Foreign Affairs
Will America welcome refugees & Asyllees once again - - Trumps Draconian Legacy on Immigration Will Be Hard to Expunge
By Sara Pierce and Susan Fratzke

Trump - Senate impeachment
The Foreign Affairs
In reversal Senate reaches deal to skip witness testimony in Trump impeachment trail - - mp impeachment trail The Senate has reached a deal to allow a statement by Representative Jaime Herrera Beutler (R., Wash.) into the record of former President Donald Trumps impeachment trial, skipping witness testimony.
By Brittney Bernstein

U.S. - Guatemala
The New York Times
Biden charts a new course in Guatemala - - https://www.nytimes.com/2021/02/10/opinion/guatemala-biden.html?nl=todaysheadlines&emc=edit_th_20210211
By Annita Isaacs & Alvaro Montenegro

Yemen
The Christian science Monitor
The sam of many mediators in Yemen's war - - A flurry of diplomacy to end one of the Middle Easts worst conflicts suggests all sides might see a shared interest in peace.
By The Editorial Board

Opinions
The New York Times
The problem with using tax credits to fight poverty - - Requiring work in exchange for benefits is an unfair system that doesnt help the neediest. But that could change.
By Matt Bruenig

Mynanar - Coup
The Economist
The Meaning of Myanmar's coup - - Attempts to dress up authoritarian regimes as democracies are always bound to fail
By leaders

Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
How to win the influence contest in the Middle East - - Use the Soft Power of Gulf States to Counter Irans Appeal
By Steven Simmon, Josh Landis and Aiman Mansour

Iran - Nuclear Negotiations
The Christian science Monitor
Can diplomacy deter Iranian nuclear ambitions a second time ? - - How quickly can diplomacy heal wounds and rebuild trust? President Biden is hoping to revive the Iran nuclear deal before Tehran is able to build the bomb, but time is in short supply.
By Ned Temko

Columbia - FARC
The Economist
Columbia's peace tribunal issues a crushing judgment against the FARC - - system established to achieve transitional justice proves its mettle
By America

Covit-19 - profit - Developmt.
The National Review
The profit motive produced Covid - 19 Vaccine - - The end of COVID-19 was ushered in by capitalism, not charity.
By Andy Puzder

Opinions
The Foreign Affairs
The folly of hoarding knowledge in the Covid-19 - - Let Vaccine Producers in Poor Countries Help End the Pandemic
By Tahir Amin

Facial Technology
The New York Times
Here's a way to learn if facial recognition systems used your photos - - https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/31/technology/facial-recognition-photo-tool.html?nl=todaysheadlines&emc=edit_th_20210201
By Cade Metz & Kashmir Hill

Myanmar
The Washington Post
In Myanmar coup Kyi's ouster hearalds return to military rule - - On Monday, Myanmars military seized power in a coup, detaining Suu Kyi, elected ministers from her National League for Democracy (NLD) party and others in a predawn raid
By Shibani Mahtani, Timothy McLaughlin

Future - American Policy
The Foreign Affairs
More, less, or different - - Where U.S. Foreign Policy Shouldand ShouldntGo From Here
By Jake Sullivan



    
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