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Upozit No. 397 Sept.. 11/ 2022 Afshin Nariman
President Ronald Regan's farewell address to the Nation
The working children in Iran

The Washington Post
At the heart of Iaan's crackdown, a small group of judges sentences protesters to hang - - There is little judicial transparency in Iran, where charge sheets and verdicts are often kept under wraps, so it is difficult to determine the true scale of arrests, sentencings and executions
By Miriam Berger


The Economist
How much innovation is necessary to see off fossil funds - - Mark Jacobson contributes to an urgent debate in No Miracles Needed
By Future of Energy


The Foreign Policy
No Justice, no Peace - - Post-apartheid South Africa remains steeped in the rainbow nation ideals of reconciliation and forgivenessbut it has never truly reckoned with accountability.
By Sisonke Msimang


The Washington Post
Netanyahu drags Israel into the illiberal mire - - Throughout his long political career, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has invoked a popular turn of phrase. Israel, he has often said, is an oasis of democracy in a region defined by its absence. Israels freedoms, its elections and its rule of law, the argument went, stood in contrast to the status quo in the Middle East,
By Ishaam Tharoor


The Christian science Monitor
A nod to Palestinian equality - - The ordaining of the first female Christian pastor in the Holy Land amplifies the importance of women to peace.
By Monitor Edittorial Board


The Economist
Iran and its Arab neighbours are divided over a name - - Iraqis are backing those who call the waterway the Arabian Gulf
By Middle east & Africa


The New York Times
Microsoft to invest $10 billion in open AI, the creator of chat GPT - - The tech giant aims to remain at the forefront of generative artificial intelligence with its partnership with OpenAI.
By Cade Metz & Kren Weise


The New York Times
Layoffs at techgiants reverse small part of pandemic hiring spree - - Some of the biggest tech companies have announced tens of thousands of job cuts. But even after the layoffs, their work forces are still behemoths.
By Jason Karaian & Lora Kelley


The Foreign Affairs
The end of Middle East - - How an Old Map Distorts a New Reality
By Marc Lynch


The Washington Post
People are abondoning pets at airports, don't be like them - - In the past few weeks, three dogs and a tortoise arrived with their travel companions at various airports across the country. By all appearances, the pets were going to fly off with their humans. But at some point between check-in and boarding, their owners decided to leave the animals behind.
By Andrea Sachs


 
Israel - Apartheid
The Christian science Monitor
Netanyahu takes office, remains on trail for corruption, fraud - - After being ousted last year, Benjamin Netanyahu was sworn in again as prime minister Thursday for his sixth term as Israel's leader
By Ilaln Ben Zion

Opinions
The Christian science Monitor
The values that led humanity forward this year - - Around the world, people are caring for the planet and each other.
By Erika Page

Artificial Intelligence - Analysis
The New York Times
An A.I. pioneer on what we should really fear - - At least thats according to the computer scientist Yejin Choi, a 2022 recipient of the prestigious MacArthur genius grant who has been doing groundbreaking research on developing common sense and ethical reasoning in A.I. There is a bit of hype around A.I. potential, as well as A.I. fear, admits Choi, who is 45
By David Marchese

Essay - Water Problem
The New York Times
Arizona is in a race to the bottom of its water wells, with Saudi Arabia's help - - Arizonas water is running worryingly low. Amid the worst drought in more than a millennium,
By Natalie Koch

Environment - Future
The Economist
Deadly, dirty, indispensible : The Nitrogen industry has changed the world - - It lays waste to ecosystems, allows wars to kill millions and has kept billions from starvation
By Economist

Argument
The Foreign Policy
The realist guide to world peace - - You dont have to be an idealist to want to put an end to war.
By Stephen M. Walt

Israel - Internal Politics
The Christian science Monitor
Far - Right coalition in Israel sparks furor over education & values - - A new, far-right government led by Benjamin Netanyahu has yet to officially take office, but already a public revolt is brewing
By Neri Zillier

Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
A free world, if you can keep it - - Ukraine and American Interests
By Robert Kagan

Taliban - Women Rights
The New York Times
Taliban bar women from college classes, in a stark The new Afghan government has returned to its hard-line stances from the 1990s, instituting public beatings and executions as well further restricting womens rights.
By Christina Goldbaum & Najim Rahim

Analysis
The Foreign Policy
Sanction - Busting Russian ships are going under the radar - - Russia is messing with the location system that tracks global shipping.
By Elisabeth Braw

Sports
Sport - Strtcing ! ------
How important is streaching , realy ? - - And do you need to do it before and after every workout? Heres what experts say about when to stretch and why.
By Hanna Seo

Desperate Iranian Regime - use of fire arm
The New York Times
Iran Cracks down as protests show no sign of easing - - Security forces fired on a crowd at a metro station on Tuesday, setting off a panicked rush of commuters, video showed
By Farnaz Fassihi

Technology - Fusion
The Washington Post
U.S. announces milestone on FUSION energy, sparking hopes for clean power - - Biden administration announces major advancement in quest to mimic the suns nuclear reactions
By Joel Achenbach & Evan haliper

Iran - Coming Revolution
The Foreign Affairs
The beginning of the end of the Islamic Republic - - Iranians Have Had Enough of Theocracy
By Masih Alinejad

Farming - adaptation
The Christian science Monitor
From small farmers, tales of a adaptation in face of climate change - - In agriculture, technology can deliver solutions. So can simple, low-tech practices. Our writer shares how, globally, those are helping some farmers to hold their ground and describes where she found the spirit of innovation in action.
By Clayton Collins & Jingnan Peng

Iran - Analysis
The Foreign Policy
Iran is conceding much less than it seems - - The morality police force may have been disbanded, but enforced morality will remain.
By Sina Toosi

Iran -- Protests
The Washington Post
Iran conducts first kown execution of prisoner arested during protests - - - - - - The prisoner identified by Mizan, the news site of the countrys judiciary, as Mohsen Shekari was convicted of waging war against God on Nov. 20 and sentenced to death by Tehrans Revolutionary Court, Mizan said
By Annabelle Timist & Miram Berger

Iran -- Protests
The New York Times
Strikes across Iran lead to shuttered shops and ghost towns - - Activists say it is the next phase in an uprising that began in September, after the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini in the custody of the morality police.
By Farnaz Fassihi

Iran - America Nuclear Deal
The Foreign Policy
A new Iran deal won't prevent an Iranian bomb - - Tehrans program is far more advanced than in 2015. Only a credible threat of force will stop the regime from crossing the threshold.
By Dennis Ross

Iran - Hardliners
The Washington Post
Iranian official signals possible suspension of morality police - - Irans so-called morality police unit, whose actions sparked months of protests, has been suspended, a top Iranian official said Sunday although the status of the force remains uncertain.
By Miriam Berger & Annabelle Timsit


Analysis
The Economist
How Putin's war is causing global instability - - Other strongmen must learn the right lessons
By A world Ahead

Essay - A Rural policy Renaissance
The New York Times
A policy renaissance is needed for rural America to thrive - - Despite widespread acknowledgment since 2008 that rural places have generally been left behind, our nation still lacks a coherent federal rural policy.
By Tony Pipa

Iran - Violator of Human Rights
The Washington Post
Iranian doctor faces execution amid outcry over protest - related sentences - - Ghare-Hassanlou faces a death sentence handed down amid a spate of harsh rulings that human rights advocates say have been dispensed without due process, in an apparent effort to quell the countrys ongoing protest movement.
By Babak Dehghanpisheh

Afghanistan
The Washington Post
The drug trade now flourishing in Afghanistan: Meth Long a hub for opium production, the country could fuel a new global drug crisis
By Susannah George & Joby Warrick

Saudi Arabia - Future
The Foreign Affairs
The Kingdom and the power How to Salvage the U.S.-Saudi Relationship
By Gregory Gause III

Essay
The Foreign Policy
The solution to the global food crisis isn't more food - - To reach food security, though, many of us will have to abandon cherished ideas about how the food system should work
By Sarah Taber

Iran - end of Biden Nuclear deal neg.
The National Review
The Iran deal's final goodbye ? - - In a newly surfaced clip from a November event in California, Biden is seen telling a woman in attendance that efforts to resurrect the Iran nuclear accord are dead, but we are not going to announce it. Long story.
By Bobby Miller

Analysis
The Foreign Policy
Stephen Walt on how 2022 changed the world - - And why the Biden administration gets a B-minus for foreign policy
By Stephen M. Walt

Iran Public Strickes
The Washington Post
Why mass strikescould be a missing key to Iran's uprising - - Labor unrest in Iran this month including a three-day nationwide strike, among the largest the country has seen in decades has hinted at the potential role labor could come to play in the uprising that has swept the country since September.
By Miriam Berger

Iran - UN expelled Iran from Women Commission
Middle East Forum
Unprecented victory at U.N. - - Iran expelled from status of women commission - - Iran was ousted from the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women on Wednesday evening in a 29-8 vote.
By Seth J. Frantzman

Israel - Democracy
The New York Times
The ideal of Democracy in a Jewish state is in peopardy - - the Biden administration should do everything it can to express its support for a society governed by equal rights and the rule of law in Israel, as it does in countries all over the world. That would be an act of friendship, consistent with the deep bond between the two nations.
By Editorial Board

Fusion Breakthrough
The Washington Post
See how lasers led toa nuclear fusion milestone - - Fusion energy is the ultimate clean-energy dream. Its what powers the sun
By Aaron Steckelberg, Szu YuChen & joel Achenbach

India - Microeconomic
The Christian science Monitor
Microfinance helps Indian women borrow - with dignity - - In India, where loan sharks have monopolized the rural credit market for generations, formal microlenders are playing an increasingly important role. Small loans can help women boost their incomes and strengthen their community roles.
By Annie Banarji

Iran - Analysis
The Economist
Protest movements as deadly as Iran's often end in revolution So far, 322 deaths have been recorded at demonstrations
By Grafic Detail

Biden - Macron opportunity
The Foreign Affairs
Biden & Macron's historic opportunity - - How France and the United States Can Solidify Their Alliance
By Marie Jourdain & Celia Belin

Iran - Analysis
The Foreign Policy
Biden's Iran envoy: Sanctions are not the answer - - Robert Malley on the stalled nuclear deal and Washingtons plan to help Irans protesters.
By Ravi Agrawal

Agriculture
The Economist
Why Darjeeling tea may face extinction - - - - https://www.economist.com/the-economist-explains/2022/12/06/why-darjeeling-tea-may-face-extinction
By Economist

Iran - America Nuclear Deal
The Foreign Policy
A new Iran deal won't prevent an Iranian bomb - - Tehrans program is far more advanced than in 2015. Only a credible threat of force will stop the regime from crossing the threshold.
By Dennis Ross

Iran - Human Rights
The Christian science Monitor
Are, Iran's protestors gaining ground ?. It's hard to tell - - Irans chief prosecutor has reportedly said that the countrys morality police has been shut down. And some efforts may be underway to address protestors demands. But details remain unclear.
By Jack Jeffrey

Iran -- Protests
The Washington Post
Rise in assassination, kidnapping plots alarms Westernofficials - - One of the officers explained that the government of Iran had developed a list of people living abroad whom it deemed a threat to the regime,
By Shane Harris, Souad Mekhennet & Yeganeh Torbati



    
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