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President Ronald Regan's farewell address to the Nation
The working children in Iran

The Christian science Monitor
Its ' Megaprojects ' win sttention. But its people drive Saudi change - - Our reporter went to Saudi Arabia to find an economy story. The one he landed was far more revealing: a portrait of social transformation led by a generation yearning for more.
By Samantha Laene Pergas - Jingnan Peng


The New York Times
Cybercrime is rising rapidly - - How easily could you be hacked
By


The Foreign Affairs
Taiwan & the fight for Democracy - - A Force for Good in the Changing International Order
By Tsai Ing - Wen


The New York Times
Killings of 4 men in albuqurque leave Muslem community in fear - - As the authorities appeal to the public for help in their investigation, many Muslim residents are experiencing a managed panic.
By Neelam Bohra & Vimal Patel


The Washington Post
A four - day workweek could improve climate, depending on how you spend day 5 - - Experts say potential benefits depend on a number of factors, including how people choose to spend the extra time off
By Allyson Chiu


The New Republic
Yes, the inflation reduction act is a big effing deal - - While the bill that just survived the Senate is a whittled-down version of the Build Back Better Act, it still puts the Democratic party on a promising new path.
By Michael Tomasky


The Economist
The attack on Gaza may bolster Israel's prime minister - - But the enclave has a way of sucking Israeli leaders into the maw
By Middle east & Africa


The Foreign Affairs
Al Qaeda's next move - - What Zawahiris Death Means for Global Jihadism
By Cole Bunzel


The New York Times
Congress is giving billions to the Chip Industry. Strings are attached - - Industrial policy is back in Washington, as a vast semiconductor and science bill gives the government new sway over a strategic industry.
By Ana Swanson


The New Republic
The suppose epidemic of " fentanyl exposure " among cops is completely bogus - - This is actually a mass sociogenic illness, and medical experts have been debunking it for years.
By Natalie Shure


 
Biden - Middle East Trip
The New Republic
Biden's Midddle East trip was nothing short of a disaster - - Desperate to save his domestic agenda, the president damaged his foreign policy.
By Alex Shepart

Hummingbird - Backyard
The Washington Post
11 tips for turning your yard into a Hummingbird haven - - Though there are more than 330 species in the Americas, the ruby-throated hummingbird is generally the only species that makes the Mid-Atlantic its home between spring and early fall, before flying across the Gulf of Mexico to winter in Central and South America.
By Nevin Martel

Amazon - Future
The New York Times
Amazon Ceo Andy Jassy breaks from the Bezos way - - He was very inquisitive, said Mr. Kaine, who met with Mr. Jassy at the Capitol in September and spoke with him by phone last month. Mr. Jassy was diplomatic rather than out to bowl you over by force of personality, Mr. Kaine said, and came prepared with knowledge of the lawmakers committee assignments.
By David McCabe

Analysis
Putin visits Iran, for talks including Turkey's Erdegan - -
Putin visits Iran, for talks including Turkey's Erdegan - - Putin is set to meet with Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi to discuss the ongoing conflict in Syria a major ally of Moscow.
By Karina Tsui, Robyn Dixon & Kareem Fahim

Cancer - Test Centers
The New York Times
Do Cancer Centers push too many tests? - - Studies found that centers provided incomplete or unbalanced information, which could lead to unnecessary screenings and health complications in older adults.
By Paula Span

Iran Droen - Russia
The Washington Post
White House says Russian officials visited Iran twice to examine drones - - The White House released a satellite image it said showed attack-capable unmanned aerial vehicles, or UAVs, in flight while a Russian delegation transport plane was at the airfield
By Ellen Frances, Andrew Jeong & Tyler Pager

Essay
The Foreign Affairs
From the Jaws of retreat - - Vietnam, Afghanistan, and the Persistence of American Ambition
By Erez Manla

Analysis
The Christian science Monitor
Biden in Saudi Arabia: the strategy behind ' making nice ' - - Life is a matter of really tough choices.
By Ned Timko

Analysis
The Foreign Policy
Biden needs architects, not mechanics, to fix U.S. foreign policy - - As the U.S. midterms near, Washington is plagued by groupthink and a lack of vision that prevents creative solutions to the problems of a new era.
By Stephen M. Walt

Covid-19 - Nonstop scam economy
The Washington Post
The nonstop scam economy is costing us more than just money - - Relentless waves of sophisticated phone and online scams are impacting peoples mental health
By Heather Kelly

Opinions
The Washington Post
On eve of Biden visit, a court case shows the limits of Saudi tolerance - - This dismissive tone on the eve of a presidential visit meant to repair the U.S.-Saudi relationship illustrates a problem that will confront Biden when he visits MBS, as the crown prince is known.
By David Ignatius

Opinions
The Washington Post
Joe Biden is too old to be president again - - By the time he finally achieved the office he longed for, he was far past his prime
By Michelle Goldberg

Immigrant - kid educ. excel
The New York Times
Why so many children of immigrants rise to the top - - A new book, Streets of Gold: Americas Untold Story of Immigrant Success, by two economists, Ran Abramitzky of Stanford and Leah Boustan of Princeton, should undercut some of the fearmongering.
By Peter Coy

Health - Inovation
The New York Times
A neuralogist's tips to protect your memory - - https://www.nytimes.com/2022/07/06/well/mind/memory-loss-prevention.html?nl=todaysheadlines&emc=edit_th_20220708
By Hope Reese

Analysis - Middle East
The Foreign Policy
How Biden can reverse China's gains in Saudi Arabia - - Preventing growing Chinese influence in the Middle East is more important than making Riyadh a pariah.
By Dore Faith & Ben Noon

Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
The United States needs a bether strategy to deter Iran - - Stoking Tehrans Fears May Be the Only Way to Avoid War
By Dennis Ross

Education - Digital age
The Christian science Monitor
Education owes a lot to parents. But where do their rights began and end - - Parents have always been an incredibly powerful group in shaping what happens in schools, says Jon Valant, director of the Brown Center on Education Policy at the Brookings Institution. I
By Stephanie Hanes & Sara Matusek

Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
What America shold do if the Iran nuclear deal talking fail Outsourcing Middle East Security to Israel Is a Bad Plan B
By Maria Fantappie and Vali Nasr

Afghanistan - Taliban
The Christian science Monitor
An openining for change in Afghanistan ? - - Amid an economic crisis marked by hunger, an earthquake forces the Taliban to accept foreign aid without condition.
By Monitor Editorial Board

Analysis
The Economist
Joe Biden's Middle East policy looks lot his predecessors - - The nuclear deal is out, the Saudis are in, and human rights are barely on the table
By Middle east & Africa


Opinions
The New York Times
Why Russia believes it cannot lose the war in Ukraine - - For Russia this conflict is about preservation not only of its elites, but the country itself. It could not afford to lose. That is why Russia will win even, hopefully, short of resorting to higher levels of violence. But people are dying
By Serge Schmemann

Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
America's new realism in the Middle East - - Bidens Saudi Trip Reflects an Acceptance of the Region as It Is
By F. Gregory Cause III

U.S. - China - Taiwan
The Washington Post
China says it will take ' forceful measures ' if Polosi visits Taiwan - - Chinas Foreign Ministry lashed out Tuesday after reports that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) is planning a trip to Taiwan in August, saying it firmly opposes a visit.
By Adela Suliman & Christian Shepherd

U.S. - Saudi Arabia
The Washington Post
Was Biden's Middle East trip worth it? - - The optics were not ideal, to put it mildly.
By Ishaan Tharoor

Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
America's new realism in the Middle East - - Bidens Saudi Trip Reflects an Acceptance of the Region as It Is
By F. Gregory Cause III

Opinions
The New York Times
Only Saudi Arabia and Israeli Arabs can save Israel as a Jewish Democracy - - America has long played a vital role in advancing the peace process there. But as someone who has followed this region for decades, I can tell you that Im seeing something new, something that is as ironic as it is surprising
By Thomas L. Friedman

Computer Chips - Future of Education
The National Review
A Chips breakthrough ? - - For well over a year, lawmakers debated various versions of the legislation, the main components of which were massive investments in the National Science Foundation and a $52 billion allocation for semiconductor chip grants.
By Jimmy Quinn

Econ books - Summer reading
The Economist
The best books to read to understand financial crime - - Our deputy business affairs editor considers a boom in financial shenanigans
By Economist Read

Biden - Saudi Arabia
The New York Times
Joe Biden has a Saudi Problem - - Bashing Saudi Arabia during a presidential election season is almost a tradition in the United States, and President Biden made no exception.
By Yasmine Farouk

Putin Visit - Iran
The New York Times
Putin, looking for allies, plans to meet leaders of Turkey and Iran - - In his second diplomatic push since Russia invaded Ukraine, President Vladimir V. Putin will travel to Tehran to build bridges between leaders at odds over Syria, oil and the West.
By Anton Troianoski

Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
The price of order - - Settling for Less in the Middle East
By Gregory Gause lll

Biden - Middle East Trip
The Foreign Policy
What to expect from Biden's big Middle East trip - - The U.S. presidents upcoming trip to the region is being driven largely by a domestic political crisis linked to the price of oil.
By Aaron David Miller

Opinions
The Washington Post
Joe Biden: Why I'm going to Saudi Arabia - - Next week, Ill travel to the Middle East to start a new and more promising chapter of Americas engagement there. This trip comes at a vital time for the region, and it will advance important American interests.
By Joe Biden

Iran - Internal Affairs
The Foreign Policy
Why did Iran's Ali Khamenei oust a loyal intelligence head ? Hossein Taebs sudden removal from the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps is part of a wider project to install a new generation of zealots.
By Said Golkar & Kasra Aarabi

U.S. - Economy
The New York Times
Fed moves toward another big rate increase as inflation lingers - - The Federal Reserve, determined to choke off rapid inflation before it becomes a permanent feature of the American economy
By Jeanna Smielek

Analysis
The Economist
In preparation for power, America's new right builds new institutions - - The movement inspired by Donald Trump entrenches itself in Washington, DC
By United States

Dementia - Preventive Method
The New York Times
New Dementia prevention method may be behavoral, not prescribed - - As experimental drugs prove ineffective against increasing dementia cases in the U.S., researchers argue that improving eyesight can have an effect.
By Paula Span

America - Democratic Value
The Foreign Policy
America is losing its value proposition - - The future will not be pretty for the United States if it cannot rediscover some of the idealism that marked its long rise.
By Howard W. French

Analysis - Middle East
The Christian science Monitor
What proceeds Biden's trip to Saudi Arabia - - American Jews and Saudi Muslims have sought an understanding of each other to lay groundwork for building peace in the Middle East.
By Monitor Editorial Board

Argument
The Foreign Policy
Biden was always going to need Saudi Arabia - - Trying to make Mohammed bin Salman a " Pariah " was bound to fail.
By Steven A. Cook



    
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