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Uposit No. 377 Jan. 16/ 2022 Afshin Nariman
President Ronald Regan's farewell address to the Nation
The working children in Iran

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


The Foreign Affairs
Go big in Saudi Arabia - - Biden Should Strike a New Strategic Compact With the Kingdom
By Steven A. Cook & Martin Indyk


The Foreign Policy
Why does Israel keep assassinating Iranian offficials ? - - Targeting senior leaders critical to an enemy program makes strategic sense from Israels perspective.
By Danniel Pletka


The New York Times
Cassidy Hutchinson did her job - - it can be easy to forget that public service is supposed to be a noble calling one that at times requires people to step up and do hard, scary things.
By Michelle Cottloe


The Christian science Monitor
What Saudi Arabia's surge into a post - oil future means for its people - - I saw these changes as a high-potential opportunity that we should not miss out on. And now we are living it.
By Taylor Luck


The Foreign Policy
U.S. aid to Saudi Arabia on missle defense is not unconditional - - Biden must make it clear to Saudi leaders that continued ballistic missile cooperation with China will jeopardize U.S. missile defense assistance.
By Bilal Y. Saab


The Foreign Affairs
Gustave Petro's big win - - Colombias First Leftist President Could Transform the Region
By Ivan Briscoe


The New York Times
America the merciless - - I land on a distinct absence of mercy.
By Pamela Paul


The Economist
How to fix the world's energy without wrecking the environment - - Even as they firefight, governments must resolve the conflict between safe supply and a safe climate
By leaders


The New Republic
Should Biden really begging Saudi Arabia and Venezuela for oil - - In the short term, there may be little choice in the matter. But its bad environmentallyand politically, if they dont budge.
By Jordan Michael Smith


 
Africa - Terrorism
Rebels without a cause - -
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Latest News
The New York Times
For Hanah Panahi, being the son of an Iranian Auteur wasn't helpful - - The Iranian director Panah Panahi is the son of the embattled auteur Jafar Panahi, who since 2010 has been banned by the Islamic theocracy from making films.
By Carlos Augular

Analysis
The Christian science Monitor
Food, clothing, shelter, and --- books - - For Maria Deskur, CEO of Polands Universal Reading Foundation, giving books to Ukrainian refugee children an urgent priority.
By April Austin

U.S. - Student Loan Debt
The National Review
Biden must reap the whirwind if he ' cencels ' st udent loan debt - - Such an unprecedentedly disastrous act would necessitate an unprecedentedly strong response from elected Republicans.
By Chales C.W. Cooke

Afghanistan - Cultural Assimilation
The New Republic
The Debulitating uncertainiety facing Afghan refugees in the U.S. - - Eight months after American troops withdrew from Afghanistan, those who fled the Taliban are still struggling to get settled into their new lives.
By Grace Segerts

Analysis
The National Review
The Global oil market is over - - With Russian oil trading at a steep discount, the energy market is being split in two.
By Joseph Sullivan

America - Ukraine future
The Economist
America is now thinking of "winning the war in Ukraine " - - A furtive trip to Kyiv by two cabinet members signals a new American mindset
By Economist

Opinions
The Foreign Policy
Sanctioning Russia won't stop Putin. Just look at Iran - - Iran is a cautionary tale that stubborn autocracies cant be disciplined with sanctions.
By Kourosh Ziabari

Analysis
The New York Times
Punishing Disney, DeSantis signals lasting GOP braw; with business - - - - Gov. Ron DeSantiss move to revoke the companys special tax status in Florida showed how combative his party has grown toward corporations that are increasingly taking a stand on political issues.
By Katie Glueck & Frances Rubles

Israel - Gaza destruction
The New York Times
Israel and Gaza militants exchange fire in worst fighting in months - - The flare-up followed a rise in tensions over holy places in Jerusalem and a deadly wave of Arab attacks in Israel, answered by a lethal Israeli crackdown in the occupied West Bank.
By Patrick Kingsley

Ukraine - Russia
The Economist
How did Ukraine destroy the Moskva a large Russian warship? - - Both Kyivian creativity and Muscovite missteps probably played a role
By Economist

Future of clean energy
The New York Times
Why it's time to start caring much more about clean Hydrogen - - Todays energy crisis has a familiar ring. In the wake of Russias invasion of Ukraine, energy supplies have faltered and prices have skyrocketed.
By Philip Verteger, David G. Victor

Artificial Intelligence
The New York Times
A.I. is mastering language. Should we trust what it says ? - - OpenAIs GPT-3 and other neural nets can now write original prose with mind-boggling fluency a development that could have profound implications for the future.
By Steven Johnson & Nikita Iziev

U.S. - military aid for Ukraine
The Foreign Policy
The West finallystarts rolling out the big guns for Ukraine - - Some Ukrainians fear it could be too little, too late.
By Robbie Gramer, Jack Detsch & Amy Mackinnon

Opinions
The New York Times
Bill Gates: How t o develope life - saving drugs much faster - - treatments that could keep large numbers of people out of the hospital were surprisingly slow out of the gate.
By Bill Gates

Analysis
The National Review
Russia - Ukraine conflict - - Russia cannot be allowed to impose narrow limits on its neighbors choices.
By Kevin D. Williamson

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Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
How America and Saudi Arabia are stuck with each other - - How Biden Can Recalibrate the Relationship Without Breaking It
By Yasmine Farouk and Andrew Lber

Analysis
The National Review
A Marxist Homecoming - - Anti-capitalism one prominent expression of a more general anti-liberalism is where the radical Right and the radical Left meet.
By Kevin D. Williamson

Future of Twitt
The New York Times
Elon Musk joins's boad, pitching ideas big & small - - Free speech, open-source algorithms and an edit button: The worlds richest person will soon help steer the social media platform where he has a huge following.
By Kate Conger, Mike Issac & Lauren Hirsch


Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
Turkey's lethal weapon - - From Ukraine to Syria, Drones Are Reshaping Erdogans Foreign Policy
By Soner Gapaptay & Rich outzen

America - Future Ukraine - Kids
The Christian science Monitor
Food, clothing, Shelter, and -- books - - For Maria Deskur, CEO of Polands Universal Reading Foundation, giving books to Ukrainian refugee children an urgent priority.
By April Austin

Opinions
The Foreign Affairs
The Middle East abhors a vacuum - - Americas Exit and the Coming Contest for Military Supremacy
By Kenneth M. Pollack

Turkey & Human Rights
The Economist
A Turkish court sentences Osman Kavala to life in prison over protests in 2013 - - The European Court of Human Rights long ago ordered that he be released
By Istnbul

Analysis
The New York Times
Putin is pushing Finland & Sweden into Nato's arms - - https://www.nytimes.com/2022/04/25/opinion/finland-sweden-join-nato.html?nl=todaysheadlines&emc=edit_th_20220426
By Anders Fogh Rassmussen

Ukraine - Nuclear War ?
The Foreign Affairs
Why the war in Ukraine won't go Nuclear - - Old Rules Still Apply to a New Era of Limited Conflict
By Gideon Rose

Analysis
The National Review
Fight clusb conservaties, gangster government, and the rule of This is a perfect example of the kind of fighting Right now required: a Right, that is, which is willing to wield political power in muscular fashion to reward friends and punish enemies within the confines of the rule of law.
By Jason Lee Steorts

Analysis
The New York Times
Punishing Disney, DeSantis signals lasting GOP braw; with business - - - - Gov. Ron DeSantiss move to revoke the companys special tax status in Florida showed how combative his party has grown toward corporations that are increasingly taking a stand on political issues.
By Katie Glueck & Frances Rubles

Tech worker exodus - future tech.
The Christian science Monitor
War's economic fallout: A tech - worker exodus from three nations - - Yuliya remembers vividly the day Russia invaded Ukraine. She was skiing with her fianc in Germany, booked to return to her home in Belarus. An opponent of the war, she wondered if she should go back to one of the few nations actively supporting the invasion.
By Laurent Belsie

Opinions
The Foreign Affairs
The return to state craft - - Back to Basics in the Post-American World
By Eliot A. Cohen

Immigration - U.S - Borders
The National Review
Border officials say there's no plan after title 42 ends - - Democrats stripped border control to the bone, hoping to promote their humane border policy (which actually creates very inhumane circumstances for migrants).
By Carine Hajjar

Middle East - Lebanon
The Foreign Affairs
The Ponzi scheme that broke Lebanon - - U.S. Ties to the Countrys Elites Will Test Bidens Anticorruption Agenda
By Sam Heller

Opinions
The National Review
Joe Biden is not Normal - - A funny thing happened on the way to renewed normality.
By Rich Lowry

Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
l anguage Lessons - - Force Alone Wont Fix Israel and Palestine
By Michael J. Kaplow

Analysis
The National Review
Russia - Ukraine conflict - - Russia cannot be allowed to impose narrow limits on its neighbors choices.
By Kevin D. Williamson

China - Future Technology
The Economist
XI Jinping's bold plan for China's next phase of innovation - - If it works, the strategy will redraw the countrys economic map
By Finance & economics

Religion - future Youth
The National Review
Stop blaming young people for leaving religion - - Much of the decline in current religious commitments can be traced back to the way young adults have been raised.
By Daniel Cox

Analysis
The Economist
Why Macaron Matters - - Frances president presents a cautionary tale for centrists everywhere
By leaders

Pakistan - Human Rights
The Christian science Monitor
Editorial Board A Supreme Court decision against the prime minister reinforces judicial independence in a country with a long history of military intervention.
By The Editorial Board

Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
The price of Hegemony - - Can America Learn to Use Its Power?
By Robert Kagan



    
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