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The Christian science Monitor
What to call the locals in new Zealand and Indiana - - https://www.csmonitor.com/The-Culture/In-a-Word/2021/0225/What-to-call-the-locals-in-New-Zealand-and-Indiana
By Melissa Mohr


The National Review
Three wars, no victory - why ? - - Policy, strategy, and popular opinion have all played a part in U.S. failures
By Bing West


The Christian science Monitor
Can a new generation change Palestinian policies ? - - Young Palestinians are so frustrated with ossified political institutions that they prioritize replacing out-of-touch leaders, even before achieving national independence. Will upcoming elections bring new blood?
By Taylor Luck & Fatima Abdulkarim


The Foreign Affairs
Stability in the Middle East requires more than a deal with Iran - - How the United States Can Be Part of a Regional Solution
By Sanam Valil


The Economist
America's better future: No carbon and no blackouts - - This is the moment for an ambitious attempt to deal with climate change
By leaders


The Foreign Affairs
America's Middle East policy is outdated and dangerous - - A New Approach to the Gulf States Needs a Better Foundation
By Cris Murphy


The Foreign Affairs
A superpower, like it or not - - Why Americans Must Accept Their Global Role
By Robert Kagan


The Economist
The Meaning of Myanmar's coup - - Attempts to dress up authoritarian regimes as democracies are always bound to fail
By leaders


The Foreign Affairs
Will America welcome refugees & Asyllees once again - - Trumps Draconian Legacy on Immigration Will Be Hard to Expunge
By Sara Pierce and Susan Fratzke


The Foreign Affairs
How to win the influence contest in the Middle East - - Use the Soft Power of Gulf States to Counter Irans Appeal
By Steven Simmon, Josh Landis and Aiman Mansour


 
Latest News
The Atlantic
What Trump and his mob taught the world, America - - The allure of democracy was the nations best asset abroad, but the president squandered it by inciting political violence.
By Anne Applebaum

Iran - President Biden
The New York Times
On Iran, Biden can bite his time - The new administration should not be stampeded into returning to the nuclear deal.
By Bret Stephens

Iran Covid-19 - U.S. Sanctions
The Washington Post
U.S. Sanctions are impeding Iran's access to coronavirus vaccines - Expert say - - U.S. economic sanctions on Iran could impede its access to coronavirus vaccines, business and financial analysts say
By Miriam Berger

Truman -- Doctrine
The Washington Post
How the Truman Doctrine transformed American's role in the world - - Truman believed that if the Soviets sacked Greece & Turkey, the United States would have to prepare for war.
By A.J. Balme

Biden - Iran
The Economist
Joe Biden wants to re-enter the nuclear deal with Iran - - Sounds simple, but he faces some big obstacles
By Middle east & Africa

Opinions
The National Review
Bidenomics of energy: The looming $841 billion in broken windows - - Biden's energy policy will destroy a massive amount of wealth.
By Joseph W. Sullivan

News Analysis
The Washington Post
The assassination of top Iranian nuclear scientist raises the stakes for Biden - - confirmed by a senior U.S. official to my colleagues that Israel was behind the assassination of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, slain in a roadside ambush outside the Iranian capital Tehran
By Ishaan Tharoor

Discarded Tires- Environment
The Atlantic
Tires are a hiden environmental nuisance The pollution that cars emit goes beyond what spews from their tailpipe.
By Laura Trethewey & Hakai Magazine

Covid-19 - Vaccine Disribution
The Economist
America will be the first country to roll out a Covid-19 Vaccine - - Here is how the federal government and states plan to do it
By United States

News Analysis
The Washington Post
Iraq fears Trump's final weeks could see contrantation between U.S. & Iran - - With tensions running high, there are concerns here that provocative actions by either side could spark unintended conflict.
By Louisa Loveluck & Mustafa Salim

France - Muslims
The New York Times
Marcon's rightward tilt, seen in new laws, sows wider alarm in France - - One bill would reach into Muslim life, and another would place new restrictions on filming of police. Critics say theyre part of a drift toward repressive government policies.
By Adam Nossiter

Sport - Legend
The Washington Post
Diego Maradona, inscrutable Soccer star & Argentine legend dies at 60 - - According to Argentine legend, Diego Maradona emerged from the womb on Oct. 30, 1960, kicking.
By Liz Clarke

Analysis
The National Review
Why Democrates are winning the Suburbs - - A matter of demography and political economy
By Luke Thompson

News Analysis
The New York Times
As customers move on line, so does the holiday shopping -- Empty stores are turning into fulfillment centers and the market for warehouse space is booming, as the pandemic rockets the retail industry into its e-commerce future.
By Michael Corkery & Sapa Maheshwari

Opinions
The Foreign Affairs
The Can - do power - - Americas Advantage and Bidens Chance
By Samantha Power

News Analysis
The Economist
Joe Biden's China policy will be mix of Trump's & Obama's - - Americas next president will throw fewer wild punches
By China

U.S. - Israel
The National Review
Pompeo declares Golan Hights ' part of Israel ,' in first visit by U.S. secratary of state - - Pompeo also became the first secretary of state to visit an Israeli settlement in the West Bank.
By Jimmy Quinn

News Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
No Exit - - Why the Middle East Still Matters to America
By Steven A. Cook

Coronavirus - Vaccine
The Washington Post
Moderna's Coronavirus Vaccine found to be nearly 95 percent effective in a preliminary analysis - - The United States could have two coronavirus vaccines available on a limited basis by years end
By Carolyn Y. Johnson

Coronavirus - Vaccine
The National Review
White House expects to distribute 20 Million Coronavirus Vaccine Doses by December - - The White House is projecting that a vaccine for the coronavirus will be distributed to 20 million people by the end of December.
By Mairoad Mcardle


Iran - President Biden
The National Review
Joe Biden, Iran, and de-Trumpification - - Rejoining the Iran deal wont solve the problem Iran poses.
By Kevin D. Williamson

U.S. - Vaccination
The Economist
The Covid-19 Vaccination will be the biggest in history - - But distributing vaccines will be just as challenging as developing them
By The World Ahead

Public Transportation
The New York Times
Existantial peril: Mass transit faces huge service cut s across U.S. - - Reeling from the pandemic, transit agencies are grappling with drastic reductions in ridership and pleading for help from Washington.
By Christina Goldbaun & Will Write

News Analysis
The New York Times
The decency agenda - - Joe Biden promised to be a president for all Americans. Heres a way to start
By The Editorial Board

Trump - Rule Of Law
The New York Times
Why prosecuting Trump is a very bad idea - - The goal would be to renew faith in our government, but its effect would be the opposite.
By Eric Posner

Israel - Critics
The National Review
Israel and her critics - Mythologies without end - - erome Slater tries to cut through the detritus of legends and exaggerations accumulated over the past 70 years to elucidate a fuller understanding of Israels international relationships
By Mike Watson

News Analysis
The Washington Post
The debat now is not whether Israel killed Iran's top nuclear scientist, but whay - - Did he seek to draw Tehran into a military response that would, in turn, justify an American assault on Irans nuclear program in the waning weeks of the Trump administration?
By Steve Hendrix & Shira Rubin

News Analysis
The New York Times
How to end a forever war - - The Biden administration should support a regional effort to stabilize Afghanistan.
By The Editorial Board

Coronavirus - Vaccine
The Washington Post
Moderna to asdk FDA to greenlight its Vaccine - - Biotechnology company Moderna, one of the leaders in the race for a coronavirus vaccine, announced it would file Monday for regulatory clearance a critical milestone that brings the United States a step closer to having two coronavirus vaccines before the end of the year.
By Carolyn Y. Johnson

Iran - Hostage taking
The Washington Post
Iran releases British Australian academic in prisoner swap - - Kylie Moore-Gilbert, one of the most high-profile Western prisoners held by Iran, was freed in exchange for three Iranian citizens detained abroad, according to Iranian media
By Mariam Berger

News Analysis
The Atlantic
Republicans rediscover the damages of selling Bunk to their Constituents - - Cynical public speech aimed at winning political power has consequences.
By Rachel Shelden

Opinions
The New York Times
Happy Thnksgiving to all those who told the truth in this election - - Civil servants, elected officials and judges did their jobs and protected democracy.
By Thomas L. Friedman

Spain
The National Review
Spain's government declares war on the Spanish language - - The socialist government pays a handsome ransom to Catalan nationalists with an outrageous education law.
By Itxu Diaz

News Analysis
The Economist
Israel & Saudi Arabia send a clear signal to Iran - & Joe Biden - - The meaning of a surprising meeting
By Middle east & Africa

Future - of - Middle East
The New York Times
In Arab States' embarace, Israelis see a reshaped Mideast - - Normalized ties with the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain raise hopes in Israel that it is finally gaining acceptance in its volatile neighborhood.
By David M. Hallifinger

News Analysis
The National Review
Stuborn facts facing Biden on Iran - - The nuclear deals enormous flaws have become indisputable, and rejoining it would prove disastrous for American and global security.
By Fred Fletz

U.S. -- Israel
The Washington Post
Pompeo makes unprecedented vusut to West Bank settlement as Israelis prepare to confront Biden - - Settler leaders across the West Bank and East Jerusalem predict a return to the old cat-and-mouse game in which they push to expand their communities until the White House pushes back.
By Steve Hendrix & Shira Rubin

Iran - U.S. Nuclear Deal
The New York Times
Biden wants to rejoin Iran nuclear deal, but it wouldn't be easy - - President Trump is applying more sanctions on Iran that would be hard to reverse. Tehran, facing elections in June, has its own demands.
By Steven Erlanger

News Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
Repairing the world - - The Imperativeand Limitsof a Post-Trump Foreign Policy
By Richard Haass

News Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
Repairing the world - - The Imperativeand Limitsof a Post-Trump Foreign Policy
By Richard Haass



    
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