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The New York Times
In race for 5 G, alarm & security service get stuck in the middle - - Covid-19 shutdowns and chip shortages have made it more difficult to upgrade devices and meet a deadline set by AT&T.
By Steve Lohr


The Foreign Affairs
Save the environment, save American Democracy - - How a Pro-Climate Vision Can Strengthen Americas Social Fabric
By Robert O. Keohane, Jeff D. Colgan


The National Review
FBI investigates attack on female soldier by male Afghan refugees at the New Mexico - - We can confirm a female service member supporting Operation Allies Welcome reported being assaulted on Sept. 19 by a small group of male evacuees at the Doa Ana Complex in New Mexico, the 1st Armored Division and Fort Bliss Public Affairs wrote in a statement obtained by Fox News. We take the allegation seriously and appropriately referred the matter to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
By Caroline Downey


The Economist
Whether the cause is spiritual or social remains to be determined Whether the cause is spiritual or social remains to be determined
By Science technology


The Washington Post
Hezbollah flexes its museles in Labanon provides free Iranian fuel - - You are welcome, he said in a video, shared on Instagram, showing off the two generators in a parking lot outside, with promises that they would remain for any future parliamentary power cuts.
By Nadar Durgham, Sudan Haidamous & Liz Sly


The Economist
IMEC offers neutral ground amid chip rivalries - - The brain trust at the heart of the $550bn semiconductor industry
By Business


The Washington Post
Kim Jong Un shift from nuclear push to economy intensified internal debates in country - report says - - But new research suggests that before Kims speech, the policy shift was openly debated among high-level officials in the North Korea regime.
By Mechelle Ye Hee Lee


The New York Times
America is being held for ransom. It needs to fight back - - The digital scourge known as ransomware in which hackers shut down electronic systems until a ransom is paid is worse than ever.
By Demetri Alperovitch


The Economist
What is behind rocketing natural - gass prices - - The spike reflects both supply and demand
By Graphic Detail


The Economist
Most Arabe countries now focus on domestic concerns, not unity - - But the presence of foreign powers is still dearly felt
By special report


 
Middle East- Abraham Accord
The Foreign Affairs
The False promise of the Abraham
By

Middle East - Water
The Foreign Policy
The Middle East is becoming literally uninhabitable - - One of the regions hardest hit by climate change is also one least equipped to deal with it.
By Archal Vehra

Opinions
The Economist
Henry Kissinger on why America failed in Afghanistan - - It was not possible to turn the country into a modern democracy, but creative diplomacy and force might have overcome terrorism, says the American statesman
By Henry Kissinger

Israel - Covert Activity
The New York Times
Israel's spy agency snubed the U.S. can trust be restored - - The Biden administration favors a diplomatic approach, reviving and building on the 2015 nuclear agreement, while Israeli officials say that only force can stop Iran from building an atomic bomb.
By Julian E. Barnes, Ronen Bergman & Adam Goldman

Afghanistan - Future
The National Review
Afghanistan's coming economic collapse - and what it could mean - - Not even heroin, opium, and methamphetamine will be able to solve the problem.
By Andrew Stuttaford

Tribal Coll. - Future
The Christian science Monitor
Tribal colleges honor student's past, prepare them for future - - It wasnt only acceptable that I show up as my whole self, says Ms. Neosh, a member of the Menominee Nation. It was expected.
By Dwight Weingarten

Israel - Hamas
The Washington Post
Rights group: Israeli atrikes on Gaza apparently broke law - - Israeli airstrikes that demolished four high-rise buildings in the Gaza Strip during the war in May apparently violated international laws of war,
By Josef Fererman

Opinions
The National Review
Joe Biden has so neutered himself that he can't even criticize the Taliban - - Hes afraid of offending the group that controls the fate of his presidency.
By Rich Lowry

Taliban - Afghanistan
The Foreign Affairs
Erasing the color line in churches - - And What Washington Can Do About It Now
By Vanda Felbab - Brown

Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
why America failed in Afghanistan - - Americas Slow-Motion Failure in Afghanistan
By Carter MalKassian

Park Police- Bijan Gaiser
The Washington Post
What the park police know before they shot Bijan Ghaiser - - An unarmed young man was killed by officers aware hed been struck in a fender-bender.
By Editorial Board

Coal - Its Future
The Foreign Policy
The end of coal coming sooner than you think - - Despair elides the progress made over the last two decades.
By Ketan Joshi

America - Israel Nukes
The New York Times
America needs to start telling the truth about Israel's Nukes - - Such statements are so familiar that its easy to overlook their artifice.
By Peter Beinard

Opinions
The Christian science Monitor
What a hard line Iranian president means for his country & region - - The swearing-in of President Ebrahim Raisi signals the culmination of a hard-line Iranian political retrenchment that will reverberate deeply in the country and beyond. He assumes office under a cloud of illegitimacy, after winning a one-sided June vote that saw the lowest-ever turnout in an Iranian presidential race.
By Scott Piterson

Tunisia - Reform - Outocracy
The Foreign Policy
Tunisia's on a knife - edge between reform & outocracy - - Two weeks after suspending parliament, what road map will Tunisian President Kais Saied gin up?
By Simon Speakman - Cordall

Essay
The New York Times
To address the climate crisis, focus on more than carbon dioxide - - 80 percent of human-caused, heat-trapping pollution in the United States. Reducing it remains the key to achieving as soon as possible a net-zero economy.
By Kathy Castor

Analysis
The New York Times
Whaat conservative conserve - - We can see that the young woman was not prepared for the movement between civilizations, Naipaul observed,
By Bret Stephens

Argument
The Foreign Policy
What Biden can learn from Europe's industrial policy - - Its not about the size of a spending package but about sharing brainpower and creating networks.
By Fred Bakker

Asian American - Ballet vote
The Christian science Monitor
' I need to vote.' why more Asian Ameicans are staking political claim - - When youre campaigning, how do you really mobilize Asian Americans? asks Luis Xu, a high school student from Illinois, during a weeklong civics program designed to empower a new generation of leaders.
By Ann Scott Tyson

Iran - Truth about Uranium stock pile
The Foreign Policy
Is Iran bluffing about its enriched Uranium Stock Pile ? - - Tehrans numbers dont add up. They seem to be exaggerated to pressure Biden for sanctions relief.
By Blaise Misztal & Jonathan Ruhe


Analysis
The New York Times
Why a 19th - Century plan to replace black labor with Chinese labor failed - - Efforts to recruit white labor had been hampered by the low wages and dangerous conditions on the plantations
By Jay Caspian Kang

Taliban - Legitimacy
The Washington Post
In quest for ligitimacy and to keep money flowing, Taliban pushes for political deal with rivals - - The Taliban is scrambling to reach a deal with former Afghan officials to establish a government that could gain international recognition, keep aid money flowing into the country and restore access to billions of dollars in international reserves.
By Susannah George & Sharif Hassan

Analysis
The National Review
The long, quiet death of American foreign policy - - With the protection of the nations interests abroad entirely subordinate to domestic politics, its now almost impossible to maintain a prudent strategy.
By Kevin D. Williamson

Opinions
The New York Times
Our broken window's world - - Critics of the past 75 years of American foreign policy have consistently attacked the idea, and counted the costs, of the United States as the worlds policeman. They are soon to learn just how high the costs can go when the policeman walks off the job.
By Bert Stephens

Opinions
The Foreign Policy
The Middle EAst is preparing for the United States ' exit from Syria - - Among Arab countries, the race is on to repair ties with the Assad regime.
By Neil Quilliam

Analysis
The Economist
Why the Arab world has an identity crisis - - The region is mired in conflict and collapse
By special report

America - Longest Wars
The Foreign Affairs
The longest Wars - - Richard Holbrooke and the Decline of American Power
By George Packer

Future - American Econ
The Economist
The new Powell Doctrine - - The Fed has taken a bold gamble under Jerome Powell. Will he get to see it through?
By Finance & economics

America - Future Power
The Economist
The future of American Power - - Afghanistan does not mark the end of the American era; the challenge to its global standing is political polarisation at home, says a foreign-policy expert
By international

Analysis
The Economist
Afghanistan's neighbors are preparing for life with the Taliban - - Regional powers are not looking forward to it. But they cannot agree on what to do about it
By Asia

Iran - Cyber Attack
The New York Times
Mysterous hacker group suspected in July Cyberattack on Iranian trains - - An investigation by a cybersecurity company has concluded that a little-known group opposed to the Iranian government was most likely behind the hack that caused chaos on the railway system.
By Ronen Bergman

Afganistan - Taliban
The Foreign Affairs
Bin Laden's catastrophic success - - Ten provincial capitals have fallen in a week, and Kabul is teetering.
By Nelly Labuind

Analysis
The Foreign Policy
How Iran's deadly tanker attack is linked to the nuclear deal - - Not responding to a drone attack off Oman could actually impair progress on a deal.
By Robert Batloff

Opinions
The Foreign Affairs
China isn't trying to dominate the Middle East - - But U.S. Retrenchment Might Allow It To
By Steven A. Cook & Games Green

France - Cathedral Fire
The Washington Post
Man suspected of setting fire to a French Cathedral is arrested in the killing of a Catholic prist, prosecutors say - - The Diocese of Luon said the slain priest was Father Olivier Maire, head of the Montfortain Missionary Order in the small town of Saint-Laurent-sur-Svre.
By Reis Theliant

IPCC - Climate report
The Foreign Policy
Four key takeaways srom the IPCC climate report - - The future is bleakunless policymakers take aggressive actions now to cut global emissions.
By Christina Lu

Saui Arabia - Religion
The Washington Post
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad seeks to cut influential clerics down to size - - businesses, for decades, have closed five times a day. Those days of inconvenience are now over, an article in the English-language Arab News said.
By Sarah Dadouch

Analysis
The Economist
What an attack on oil tanker says about Iran - - The strike on the MV Mercer Street appears to be part of the shadow war between Iran and Israel
By Middle east & Africa

Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
The age of Zombie Democracy - - Pyongyangs Economic Distress Offers a Chance for Peace
By Vincent Brooks & Ho Young Leem

Tunisia
The Christian science Monitor
' Coup" in Tunisia - - With a single announcement, the last embers of the once-blazing Arab Spring were dimmed by what some are calling a constitutional coup in the Arab worlds lone democracy.
By Taylor Luck



    
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