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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


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


The New York Times
It's hard to have faith in a state can't even have it's people - - Mr. Resnikoff is policy manager for the Benioff Homelessness and Housing Initiative at the University of California, San Francisco.
By Ned Resnikoff


The National Review
The resing of China's intellectual - property theft - - Congress must protect new intellectual property while promoting its development
By Derek Scissors


The Foreign Policy
Biden at six months : how successful is his foreign policy - - Since taking office in January, U.S. President Joe Bidens administration has unleashed foreign-policy initiatives at a breathtaking pace.
By The Editorial Board


The Christian science Monitor
Tunisian teenager stuns world with victory in Olypic pool - - Ahmed Hafnaoui of Tunisia was the surprise winner of the 400-meter freestyle at the Tokyo Olympics on Sunday, beating a field of faster and older swimmers.
By Beth Harris


The Economist
Which Covid-19 vaccine is the most widely accepted for travel ? - - A patchwork of complicated cross-border travel rules is causing confusion
By leaders


The Foreign Affairs
Prospect for stability in our foreign policy - - "Democratic Duplicity and Appeasement in Foreign Policy Administration,
By James Reston


The Foreign Affairs
Washington's Democracy Dilemma - - Crafting a Democracy Strategy in an Age of Great-Power Politics
By Francess Z. Browns & Thomas Carothers


The New York Times
How racist is America - - Bigotry and discrimination have not killed the American for all groups
By David Brooks


 
Iran - Internal Affairs
The Foreign Policy
Iran and Raisi have a legitimacy Crisis - - After an engineered election, Irans new president may have little choice but to govern cooperatively.
By Sina Toossi

Drought of Biblical proportions
The National Review
A drought of Biblical proportios is here - - The U.S. is experiencing one of the worst droughts in years. Not years as in decades, years as in centuries.
By Sean Michael Pigeon

Opinions
The Washington Post
In Ibrahim Raisi, Iran's clerics have groomed and promoted their ruthless enforcer - - The mullahs hope is that Raisi is ruthless enough to overcome rising resistance to their rule.
By Reuel Marc Gerecht and Ray Takeyh

Israel - Palestinians
The Christian science Monitor
Israeli - Arab party makes history. But will Israeli Arabs benefit - - taboo in Israel was broken this week when an Arab party joined a ruling coalition for the first time in decades.
By Dina Kraft

Iran -- Election
The Washington Post
Ebrahim Raisi, hard - line judiciary chief, wins Iran's presidential election, state media reports - - Ebrahim Raisi, an ultraconservative who has opposed engagement with the United States, coasted to victory Saturday in Iran's pewaiswnriL election, to Iranian State Media, as the nation's elected leadership shifted back to the hard - line viewer of the ruling clerics
By Kareem Fahim, Sarah Dadouck

Iran -- Election
The Washington Post
A dispirited electorate votes for president in Iran, where the result seems but assured - - Polls in the days leading up to the voting predicted historically low turnout amid soaring voter apathy and calls to boycott the election, further threatening the legitimacy of the contest.
By Kareem Fahim

Fullbright - Paradox
The Foreign Affairs
The Fullbright Paradox - - Race and the Road to a New American Internationalism
By Charles King

Journalism - Its Future
The National Review
Have Journalists even met the people they write about ? - - The latest explanation of why workers are staying home is astounding.
By Chales C.W. Cooke

Africa - Ethnic Cleansing
The New York Times
Don't turn away from these images and these crimes - - There were three soldiers, she said as she lay on a bed in a crowded hospital. They were asking me to take off my dress. I refused. I said, You can kill me.
By Nicholas Kristof

Analysis
The National Review
Netanyahu is down, but is he out for good ? - - Israels new governing coalition may not hold, and Bibi could reemerge amid the chaos.
By Victoria Coates

Remote Workers - Efficiency
The Economist
Remote workerstudy on remote working Business Jun 12th 2021 editions work longer, not more efficiently - - A new study on remote working
By Business

Analysis
The New York Times
Shift in Israel provides Biden a chance for better ties -- The departure of Benjamin Netanyahu as prime minister is a relief for Democrats, but Iran and the Palestinians could test Mr. Bidens relations with a fragile new Israeli government.
By Michael Crowly

Analysis
The New York Times
Did Israel have a constitutional revolution - - It is the beginning of an era in which Israel no longer truly has a prime minister.
By Shmuel Rosner

Iran - Economic Crisis
The National Review
Iran's misery and the Miserable state of Iranian Rial - - As Iran heads to a presidential election on June 18, its economy is a shambles. Theres a partial solution -- if its rulers are interested.
By Steve H. Hake

Virus - and - Future
The Foreign Affairs
The forever Virus - - A Strategy for the Long Fight Against COVID-19
By Larry Brilliant, Lisa Danzing, Karen Oppenheimer, Agastya Mondal, Rick Bright & W. Jan Lipkin

Alzeirmer
The Economist
America's wary approval of an Alzheimer's drug offers hope to millions - - But its makers still have work to do to prove it can slow the advance of dementia
By Science technology

Renewable Energy
The Economist
The use of renewable energy is accelerating - - But still not quickly enough to offset the use of fossil fuels
By Graphic Detail

America - Counterinsurgency
The Foreign Affairs
America still needs counterinsurgency - - The Forever Wars Are Ending, But the Fight Against Terrorists and Guerrillas Will Go On By Max Boot
By Max Boot

Israel - Internal Politics
The Economist
Binjamin Netanyahu's opponents reach a deal to replace him - - But the prime minister wont give up without a fight
By Middle east & Africa

Israel - Palestinan - Lost since 1987
The Economist
The Israel - Palestinian conflict has claimed 14,000 lives since 1987 - - Despite the latest fighting in Gaza, the endless occupation is tolerable to many Israelis
By Graphic Detail


Latest News
The Christian science Monitor
Iran nuclear deal may be just hard - line president - elect needs - - So then why does Ebrahim Raisi, the hard-liners hard-liner, who was elected president a week ago, favor getting back to that same flawed deal?
By Scott Piterson

Geneme Project
The Economist
Why the African geneme project is so useful - - To map the ascent of man, begin at the beginning
By leaders

Delta Varient - Extend of Danger
The Economist
The Delta Varient is the most dangerous Sars - Cov-2 Mutation yet - - It is the most transmissible form of the virusand probably deadlier, too. Fortunately vaccines are still effective against it
By Graphic Detail

Analysis
The New York Times
This is still Benjamin Netanyahu's Israel - - The days after Israels longest-serving prime minister was finally forced out of office have been anticlimactic.
By Anshel Pfeiffer

Iran -- Election
The Washington Post
With deck stacked for hard - line candidate, Iranian debate whether to vote at all - - I will not vote in the Islamic regime ever again, she said in a text message, citing deep disappointment with the performance of the government but also disgust with the current field of candidates, which is dominated by conservatives and hard-liners. Everyone she knew had decided to boycott the election, she said.
By Kareem Fahim

Ransomeware - How to stop it
The Economist
to stop the ransomware pandemic, start with the basic - - That will help stop other sorts of cyber-mischief, too
By leaders

Opinions
The New York Times
The American renaeissance has began - - During the pandemic, Americans have been asking existential questions about their lives; now they are changing them.
By David Brooks

Opinions
The National Review
The end of Bay area monocultures - - How the exodus from Silicon Valley is reshaping the politics of the tech industry
By Caniel Tenreiro

Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
The U.S. can neither ignore nor solve the Israeli - Palestinian conflict - - Can Israels New Coalition Overcome His Legacy?
By Martin Indyke

Iran -- Election
Iran's rigged eledtion - -
Iran's rigged election - - A Handpicked President Wont Stand in the Supreme Leaders Way
By Ali Vaez

Iran - Future
The New York Times
The best anyone can hope for with Iran is pretty bad - - Iran is too big to invade; the regime is too ensconced to be toppled from the outside; its darkest impulses, to dominate its Sunni Arab neighbors and destroy the Jewish state, are too dangerous to ignore; and its people are too talented to be forever denied a nuclear capability.
By Thomas L. Friedman

Iran -- Election
The Christian science Monitor
Iran election: Regime's crises of confidence undercuts Democracy - - Economic hardship has prompted lethal street protests; hopelessness about the future is pervasive, and voter apathy widespread; and campaigns to boycott the election have taken root.
By Scott Piterson

Israel - Internal Politics
The Economist
Naftali Bennett pushes Binyamin Netanyahu out of power in Israel - - The new prime minister faces immediate difficulties
By Middle east & Africa

America - World Vaccination
The New York Times
Biden to send 500 million doses of Pfizer Vaccine to 100 countries over a year - - The White Houses move is part of a nascent campaign to inoculate the world, and came as President Biden faced intense pressure to do more.
By Sharon LaFraniere, Sheryl Gay Stolberg & Noah Weland

Coveit-19 - Future West
The Economist
The West is passing up the opportunity of the Century - - There could be no better advertisement for democracy and free markets than a rapid global vaccination drive
By leaders

Immigrants - Green Cards
The New York Times
Supreme court rules against Immigrants seeking Green Cards - - The Supreme Court ruled unanimously on Monday that immigrants allowed to stay in the United States temporarily for humanitarian reasons may not apply for green cards if they had entered the country unlawfully.
By Adam Liptak

Israel - Internal Politics
The Washington Post
Possible Israeli leadership shift prompts hasty re-thinking in Washington
By Anne Gearan

Denmark - Integrating Ghetto
The Christian science Monitor
Denmark evicts "ghetto" tesidents to integrate them. Will it help - - Hans Christian Andersen was born in Odense, the third-largest city in Denmark, and a museum complex dedicated to him sits near the city center.
By Lenora Chu & Brendan Sweeney

Analysis
The Economist
Twilight of the t ax Haven - - A global corporate-tax pact would ruin a lucrative business model
By leaders

Israel - American Foreign Policy
The Foreign Policy
It's time to end the 'especial relationship' with Israel - - The benefits of U.S. support no longer outweigh the costs
By Stephen M. Walt



    
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