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The New York Times
What your taxes are paying for in Israel - - Were now seeing the worst fighting in seven years between Israelis and Palestinians, and again a basic pattern asserts itself: When missiles are flying, hard-liners on each side are ascendant. Civilians die, but extremists on one side empower those on the other.
By Nicholas Kristof


The New York Times
More than 30 dead in Gaza & Israel as fighting quickly escalates - - Hamas fires rockets at Israeli cities. Israel hits Gaza with airstrikes. Civilians suffer the most casualties, but leaders on each side may reap political benefits.
By Patrick Kingsley & Isable Kershner


The Christian science Monitor
As graduation approaches, high schools fight t o retain droupouts - - The pandemic might be chipping away at the gains the U.S. made in cutting the dropout rate from 9.3% in 2007 to 5.1% in 2019, say experts. In response, schools have eased graduation requirements and are chasing down students in-person and through social media.
By Heather Hollinsworth


The Foreign Affairs
Voters against Democracy - - he Roots of Autocratic Resurgence
By Pippa Norris


The New York Times
Falling births in China stunt population growth - - Chinas population is growing at its slowest pace in decades, with a plunge in births and a graying work force presenting the Communist Party with one of its gravest social and economic challenges.
By Sue - Lee Wee


The Foreign Affairs
The illiberal tide - - Why the International Order Is Tilting Toward Autocracy
By Alexander Cooly & Daniel H. Nexon


The Economist
Joe Biden was a boring candidates. He now draws comparisons to FDR - -
By United States


The Economist
Joe Biden was a boring candidates. He now draws comparisons to FDR - - Are they justified?
By United States


The New York Times
Trump's big lie devoured the G.O.P. & new eyes our Democracy - -
By Thomas L. friedman


The Foreign Affairs
America can -- and should -- vaccinate the world - - The Case for an All-Out Global Approach to Ending the Pandemic
By Helen Gayle, Gordon LaForge & Anne - Marie Slaughter - -


 
U.S. - Palestinian
The Christian science Monitor
U.S. renews Palestinian ties with a right focus helping people - - The crowded Baqaa refugee camp north of Amman, Jordan, home to more than 100,000 residents, is the largest Palestinian refugee camp in the world.
By Tylor Luck, Fatama Abdulkarim

U.S. - Iran - Cyberattack
The Foreign Affairs
Israel's shadow war with Iran doesn't have to strain relations with the U.S. - - A Shared Nuclear Policy Is Better for All
By Amos Yadlin

Natural Gas - Future
The Economist
Oil supermajors' megabet on natural gas - - Is the least grubby hydrocarbon a bridge fuel to a greener future, or a trap? Business
By Business

U.S. - Southern Border
The Christian science Monitor
At U.S. border, a surge in migrants young & old: Three questions - - What is the current situation on the southwest border?
By Noah Robertson

Analysis
The Economist
In poor countries, statistics are both undersupplied & underused - - Governments often lack incentives to collect, share and use data
By Finance & economics

News Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
How a good war went bad - - Americas Slow-Motion Failure in Afghanistan
By Carter Malkasian

Biden - Iran Deal
The Christian science Monitor
Biden seeks return to Iran deal. Can he bring Americans with him - - Now comes the hard part.
By Howard LaFranchi

Biden - Iran
The National Review
Bidfen builds back Obama's Middle East - - And makes a mochery of his democracy agenda - -
By Mathew Continetti

Scam
The New York Times
Online scamers have a new offer for you - - Hundreds of sellers are offering false and stolen vaccine cards, as businesses and states weigh proof of vaccinations for getting people back to work and play.
By Sheersa Frenkel

Javad Zarif - gangs
Face Book
Propaganda Javad Zarif Gangs
By Face Book

Pregnancy - Pandemic
The Christian science Monitor
Is a pandemic the time to have a baby? potential moms wrestle with question - - Having a child is the last thing on the list
By Colette Davidson, Chelsea Sheasley & Ann Scott Tyson

American - Education Abroad
The Foreign Affairs
Go Abroad young America - - The Biden Administration Must Democratize International Education
By Dinyar Patel

JORDAN
The Washington Post
Jordan accuses ex - crown prince of " promoting of dedition with foreign backing - - A day after arrests targeted up to 20 officials, the government accused Hamzeh bin Hussein and several associates of cooperating with foreign entities on a long-term plot to destabilize the kingdom.
By Shira Rubin, Sara Dadouch & Taylor Luck

Bidn - American - Outlook
The Economist
Joe Biden's strong start - - The administration unveils a plan to rebuild America
By United States

Latest News
The New York Times
A man demanded his final paycheck. The auto shop delivered 91,500 pennies - - Its not technically illegal to do so, according to the Department of Labor, but that doesnt make it OK, according to the former employees new Instagram fans. 45
By Heather Murphy

Israel - Election
The Economist
What next for Israel politics after another eledtion stalmate - - Binyamin Netanyahu looks to pull off another magic trick
By Middle east & Africa

Israel Election - Arab Minority
The Christian science Monitor
Israel election: Arab voters want voices heard, but not at any cost - - In this village in the hills outside Nazareth that dates to biblical times, Afu and Ruqaya Dawarshe are settling their small restaurants accounts for the day while doing some political accounting as well.
By Dina Kraft

Israel - Election
The National Review
Israeli elections: Latest result s show narrow Netanyahu loss - - The White House is privately considering taking executive action on gun control, including strengthening background checks and increasing community anti-violence funding, according to a new report.
By Brithany Berstein

Democracy - Its Citizens
The Foreign Affairs
The real Guardrails of Democracy are its Citizens - - Elites Are Driving Polarization That More and Better Representation Could Fix
By Jonathan Schlefer

Syria
The Economist
Banker, princess, warloard: the many lives of Asma Assad - - How a girl from west London became the unlikely winner of Syrias war
By Nicolas Belham


Opinions
The New York Times
My second phase of adulthood - - How Im changing my perspective on life
By Charles M. Blow

Future of Technological Optimism
The National Review
Big tech, you are running out of friends - - In adopting the progressive social agenda, Big Tech has embraced a natural antagonist.
By Jerry Bowyer

Biden - Future America
The Foreign Affairs
The can -do power - - Americas Advantage and Bidens Chance
By Samantha Power

News Analysis
The New York Times
I fought in Afghanistan. I still wonder, war it worth it ? - - Its not guilt, shame or regret I feel. Its the sense of having done a terrible duty.
By Timothy Kudo

Afghanistan - Peace Plan
The National Review
Joe Biden is reight to want to leave Afghanistan - - If anything, he should be withdrawing U.S. troops sooner than September 11 of this year.
By Daniel Depetris

Israel - Iran - Covert Activity
The Economist
Israel apparently strikes an Iranian nuclear facilities again - - A secret war between the countries is bursting into the open
By Middle east & Africa

U.S - Iran Sanctions
The New York Times
" Maximum presure ' on Iran has failed - - A return to the nuclear deal is the first step out of the morass.
By The Editorial Board

China - Demographic Changes
The Foreign Affairs
China's shrinking families - - The Demographic Trend That Could Curtail Beijings Ambitions
By Nicholas Eberstadt & Ashton Verdery

IRAQ
The Economist
Getting into Iraq may soon be much easier -- Visa - free travel is supposed to woo expats and tourists
By Middle east & Africa

Artificial Intelligence
The Foreign Affairs
The perils of overhyping artificial intelligence - - For AI to Succeed, It First Must Be Able to Fail
By Julia Ciocca, Michael C. Horowitz & Lauren Kahn

JORDAN
The New York Times
Divided Kingdom: Jordaan shaken by split between king & ex - Crown prince - - A royal rift laid bare. Key figures arrested. Rumors of a failed coup attempt. An intense bout of palace intrigue has knocked Jordans image as a reliable bulwark in a turbulent part of the world.
By Rana F. Sweis, Adam Rasgon & Patric Kingsley

Iran - Nuclear Negotiations
The Christian science Monitor
U.S. & Iran to begin indirect talks on nuclear program - - In the first major step since the U.S. pulled out of an 2015 Iran nuclear accord, both the U.S. and Iran have agreed to resume negotiations. The participants in the accord, which include the E.U., China, and Russia, will meet in Vienna next week.
By Ellen Knickmeyer and Raf Casert A.P.

President Wilson - War Message
The Foreign Affairs
Why we went to war - - Woodrow Wilson Delivers his war Message
By Newton D. Baker

News Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
The Illiberal Tide - - Why the International Order Is Tilting Toward Autocracy
By Alexander Cooly & Daniel H. Nexon

Latest U.S. - Iran - Iraq News
The National Review
Open Vistas - - Professor Wooldridge and I talked by Zoom. Everyone likes to complain about Zoom, but it is positively amazing,
By Jay Nordlinger

Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
The new concert of power - - How to Prevent Catastrophe and Promote Stability in a Multipolar World
By Richard N. Hass & Charles A. Cupchan

Astrazeneca - Vaccine
The New York Times
The most important thing you should know about Astrazeneca Vaccine - - The intense public scrutiny is vaccine safety at work.
By Karen Landman

Israel - Election
The Economist
Why Israel's election has not broken the political deadlock - - Volatile coalition governments are common, but Binyamin Netanyahu has caused new levels of division
By the economist

America - Energy
The National Review
America is petroleum, for now - - Rising domestic supply and great efficiency gains have made the U.S. a net energy exporter
By Nicholas Ebersttdt, Derek Scissors & Eran Abramsky

Syria
The Christian science Monitor
Syria: when a ' victory ' isn't, one, what are the costs ? ------ " ictory is the word used by Syrias pro-regime media to mark President Bashar al-Assads survival of the most brutal war of the 21st century, which on March 11 will have blazed for a decade.
By Scott Piterson



    
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