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Immortality - Celine Dion & Bee Gees - live

The Christian science Monitor
The United Nations: Inispensable or Irrelevant ? - - Many consider it no coincidence there hasnt been a world war since the U.N. was founded 75 years ago. But the institution faces the challenge of staying relevant as rising nationalism threatens the very idea of interdependence.
By Howard LaFranchi


The Foreign Affairs
How a great power falls apart - - Decline Is Invisible From the Inside
By Charkes King


The Foreign Policy
Welcome back to Kissinger's world - - Neoconservatism has died, and liberal internationalism is discredited. Perhaps its time to return to the ideas of one of the last centurys greatest realists.
By Michael Hirshi


The National Review
How American Journalism died - - Media partisans believe that destroying Trump justifies any biased means necessary.
By Victor Davis Hanson


The New York Times
The love triangle that spawned Trump's Mideast peace deal - - Millions will be displaced. Where will they go?
By Thomas L. friedman


The Christian science Monitor
In superheated Arab world , there are AC haves and have - notes - - Climate change has long been understood to have strong socioeconomic implications. With Arab world temperature records being shattered this late summer, access to cooling is being seen less as a luxury issue.
By Taylor Luck


The National Review
Joe Biden's inadequate plan for Iran - - Americans should be alarmed by Bidens approach to the Iranian threat
By Isaac Schorr


The Christian science Monitor
Afghan Peace talks: face - to - face negciations launched - - Taliban and Afghan negotiators met for the first time Saturday to start historic meetings aimed at ending decades of war in Afghanistan.
By Kathy Gannon & Aya Batrawy


The New York Times
Vaccine makers keep safety details quite - - Researchers say drug companies need to be more open about how vaccine trials are run to reassure Americans who are skittish about getting a coronavirus vaccine.
By Katie Thomas


The Washington Post
In a new term, Trump would further seal the gates of a fortress America - - Without the assent of Congress, President Trump has remade almost every major facet of Americas immigration system over the past three-plus years, slashing levels of legal and illegal arrivals; refugees and asylum seekers; Muslim and Christian migrants
By Editorial Board


 
News Analysis
The Economist
Office politics: The fight over the future of work - - The fight over the future of the workplace
By leaders

Environment
The Economist
Air polution is returning to pre - covid levels - - Covid-19 is not all bad, as any city-dweller who stepped outside this year will have seen. The virus has killed hundreds of thousands of people and decimated economies around the world. But as gdp has fallen so has air pollution.
By Print Edition

Science - Health
The New York Times
2 College students dreamed upon A.L.S treatment. The results are In A study of their therapy and clinical trials of other experimental treatments are offering glimmers of hope that paralysis from the disorder can be slowed.
By Pam Belluck

Analysis
The Economist
Economists are turning to culture to explain - - As a result, the ideas of the earliest economists are being revised and improved
By Schools brief

Analysis
The National Review
Is nationalism curative or fatal ? - - Shared sacrifice for the sake of others is a boon, but some varieties of nationalism are performative and selfish.
By Michael Brendan Dougherty

Federal Deficit
The Christian science Monitor
Why the U.S. federal budget Could reach $3.3 trillion - - Pandemic aid efforts have increased the federal budget deficit to levels not seen since after World War II. Economists are untroubled by borrowing when the economy is in peril, but Republican lawmakers are growing wary of more spending.
By Andrew Tylor / AP

Opinions
The Foreign Policy
The end of hope in the Middle East - - The region has always had problemsbut its now almost past the point of recovery.
By Steven A. Cook

Opinions
The National Review
John Muir is canceled. Who's next ? - - Martin Luther King Jr.? John F. Kennedy?
By John Fund

Opinions
The New York Times
For Biden to win, Listen to Minneapolis - - Not everyone is for defunding the police. Especially those in communities that would be most affected.
By Thomas L.Friedman

Technology - Future
The Foreign Affairs
The coming revolution in intelligence affairs - - How Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Systems Will Transform Espionage
By Anthony Vinci

America - Internal Affairs
The National Review
What is the violence in American cities all about - - The point of the mob is to destroy what it cannot create.
By Victor

Opinions
The New York Times
An American Disaster foretold - - Europeans look at containment as the means to deal with Trump.
By Roger Cohen

India - Agriculture
The Christian science Monitor
In India, an ancient grain is revived for the modern era - - farming practices of yesterday can offer a glimpse of a better tomorrow.
By Anne Pinto - Rodrigues

News Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
The Revolutinary Guards are poised to take over Iran - - But Does the Paramilitary Force Have What It Takes to Govern?
By Ali Reza Eshraghi & Amir Hossein Mahdavi

U.S. -- Middle East
The Foreign Affairs
The only way out of Middle East is through it - - Patient Engagement Will Finally Allow the United States to Withdraw
By Vali Nasr

Opinions
The New York Times
Where hope & history rhyme - - Joe Bidens speech did not soar. Thats good. America is looking for decency and competence.
By Roger Cohen

News Analysis
The Foreign Policy
Why protests threaten dictatorships but make Democracies stronger - - Democracies have greater legitimacy because citizens largely support the system and its institutions. Dictatorships rely on performanceand they fail when they dont produce results
By Sheri Berman

Beatles - Revolution
The National Review
What the Beatles, 'revolution' means 50 years later - - Rethinking the DNC Convention playlist
By Armond White

City - Suburbia
The New York Times
Want to flee the city for suburbia ? Think again - - The 20th century is full of examples of the false promise of suburban living.
By Annalee Newitz

Analysis
The Washington Post
A win for Trump's Middle EAst agenda is followed by defeat - - The White House brokered a deal between Israel and an Arab ally. A day later, it suffered a historic rebuke at the United Nations.
By Ishaan Tharoor


News Analysis
The Foreign Policy
Biden is planning change, not hope, for the Middle East - - The Democratic presidential candidate believes the region matters less than everand hes planning on treating it that way.
By James Traub

Analysis
The Foreign Policy
How Turkey's soft power conquered Pakistan - - The TV drama Ertugrul reveals how neo-Ottoman fantasies are finding an enthusiastic audience in a country that struggles with Saudi and Western influence.
By Fatima Bhutto

Science - Health
The New York Times
2 College students dreamed upon A.L.S treatment. The results are In A study of their therapy and clinical trials of other experimental treatments are offering glimmers of hope that paralysis from the disorder can be slowed. A study of their therapy and clinical trials of other experimental treatments are offering glimmers of hope that paralysis from the disorder can be slowed.
By Pam Belluck

Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
Biden's domestic priorities should guide his foreign policy - - he United States Needs a Plan That Starts at Home, but Looks Abroad
By Robert B. Zoellick

Opinions
The National Review
Rouhani is no moderate - - His regimes harsh crackdown on protesters makes clear that Iran is as dangerous and oppressive as ever.
By Issac Scherr

Opinions
The New York Times
The Coronavirus may change college admissions forever - - A pandemic returns the focus to what matters: education.
By Frank Bruni

Iran - - Human Rights
The Foreign Affairs
Lesson from three years in an Iranian prison - - Rapprochement Is a Fantasythe Islamic Republic Thrives on Tension With the United States
By Wang Xiyue

Health - Dementia
The Economist
As humanity ages the number of people with dementia will surge - - The world is ill-prepared for the frightening human, economic and social implications
By special report

Technology
The New York Times
Drone delivery ? Amazon moves closer with F.A.A. approval - - The agency said it had issued a certificate clearing the way for the company to use drones to fly packages to its customers doorsteps.
By Concepoion de Leon

America - Internal Affairs
The National Review
What is the violence in American cities all about - - They control everything from the software powering back offices to the data pored over by investors
By Finance & economics

Future of - Dirtiest fuel
The Foreign Policy
Yes we can get rid of the world's dirtiest fuel - - Signs of coals demise are everywhere, but the world needs a better plan to phase out thousands of coal power plants still in use.
By Jason Bordoff

Analysis
The Economist
What is the point of the office - Deth of the office - - As the pandemic leaves offices around the world empty, Catherine Nixey asks what was the point of them anyway? 1843 Apr 29th 2020 edition
By Catherine Nixey

News Analysis
The Foreign Policy
What the Republican National Convention tells us about Trump's foreign policy - - Exaggeration, distortion, spinthat much was expected. More frightening were the things they didnt say.
By Philip H. Gordon

News Analysis
The Foreign Policy
The Middle East playe hardball, and the Palestinians always lose - - Last weeks deal between Israel and the United Arab Emirates is the latest reminder that countries are always out for their own interestsand the weak suffer what they must.
By Steve A. Cook

Opinions
The Foreign Affairs
Trump's accidental diplomacy in the Middle East - - How a Botched Peace Plan Produced the Abraham Accord
By Martin Indyke

Ninteen Amendment
The Christian science Monitor
19th Amendment: The six - week ' brawl ' that won women the vote - - The decadeslong fight for womens suffrage is one of the defining civil rights struggles in U.S. history. It cuts to the heart of what democracy means and holds powerful lessons for today. Part of our special 100th anniversary edition on women winning the right to vote.
By Elaine Weiss

Opinions
The New York Times
Will 2020's election be the end of our Democracy ? - - A free and fair vote and the prospect of a peaceful transfer of power are both in question.
By Thomas L. Friedman

Lebanon
The Foreign Affairs
The corrupt political class that broke Lebanon - - A Decaying Sectarian System Kindled Beiruts Port Blast
By Mohamad Bazzi

Argument
The Foreign Policy
This is what America looks like without grand strategy - - The verdict is in: Donald Trumps shallow approach to foreign policy has damaged the United States.
By Micah Zenko & Rebecca Lissner

Opinions
The Foreign Affairs
Present at the disruption - - How Trump Unmade U.S. Foreign Policy
By Richard Haass



    
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