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President Ronald Regan's farewell address to the Nation
The working children in Iran

The Foreign Affairs
After Neoliberalism - - All Economics is local
By Rana Foroohar


The Christian science Monitor
Salton sea revival next 'extraordinary measure' for U.S. drought relief - - The U.S. government has set aside $250 million to restore the Salton Sea, a drying California lake. The money will come out of the recently passed Inflation Reduction Act, which set aside $4 billion to stave off the effects of drought across the West.
By Kathleen Ronayne


The Foreign Policy
How the U.S. - Chinese technology war us changing the world - - Washingtons crackdown on technology access is creating a new kind of global conflict.
By Agathe Demarais


The New York Times
Alzheimer's drug may benefit some patients new data shows - - The drug, lecanemab, made by Eisai and Biogen, also carried risks of brain swelling and bleeding and should be studied further, a report of the findings said.
By Pam Belluck


The New York Times
The fans screamed for Qatar - - It is our duty to support an Arab country, he said. We share the same language. We share the same culture. We are fingers on the same hand. We want to show the world something special. You will see something special.
By James Montague


Foreign Affairs
Irans Women on the Frontlines Why Female-Led Movements Succeedbut Also Risk a Backlash
By Zoe Marks, Fatemeh Haghighatjoo, and Erica Chenoweth


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


The New York Times
5 unusual Covid symptoms - and what to do about them - - By this point in the long slog of the pandemic, many people know the telltale symptoms of a Covid-19 infection: a ragged ache in your throat, a pernicious cough, congestion, fever and full-body exhaustion.
By Dani Blum


The Washington Post
Iran targets Iranian journalists abroad as it caces uprising at home - - Irans intelligence services are increasingly targeting Iranians abroad, ramping up threats against journalists and dissidents as they struggle to contain a popular uprising at home, analysts and Western officials say.
By Miream Berger & Babak Dehghanpisheh


The Foreign Policy
The post - Iran - nuclear - deal won't be pretty - - If the JCPOA really is dead, the United States will soon have to choose from a range of bad options
By Anchal Vohra


 
Computer Chips - Future of America
The Foreign Policy
How the U.S. - Chinese technology war us changing the world - - Washingtons crackdown on technology access is creating a new kind of global conflict.
By

Essay
The New York Times
What happens when a cascade of crises collide ? - - It seems as if the world is encountering a perfect storm of simultaneous crises:
By Thomas Homer-Dixon & John Rockstrom

Latest News
The Washington Post
Iranian man in limbo for years in Paris Airport has died ---- in his airport - - The 77-year-old Iranian refugee whose ordeal inspired the 2004 movie The Terminal died Saturday inside the Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, where he had previously lived for 18 years.
By Rick Noack & Mariam Berger

Environment- Water- Jordan
The New York Times
Jordan is running out of water, a grim glimpse of the future - - Residents of Jordan, one of the driest countries in the world, have long been accustomed to a household water supply of only about 36 hours a week. But recently, even that meager flow has been curtailed by the debilitating combination of a warming planet and swelling demand.
By Karen Zaricke

Iran - Professional Demonstration
The Washington Post
Iran's Doctors have joined the uprising - and are paying the price - - Hundreds of doctors gathered outside Irans Medical Council in Tehran on Oct. 26 to take a stand protesting the presence of security forces in hospitals and the arrest and intimidation of their colleagues during two months of nationwide unrest
By Babak Dehghanpisheh

Essay - Kids Drugs
How to talk to kids about drugs in the age of fentanyl - -
In the age of fentanyl and other illegally manufactured synthetics, the danger associated with trying drugs is greater than ‌ever‌‌. In the age of fentanyl and other illegally manufactured synthetics, the danger associated with trying drugs is greater than ‌ever‌‌.
By Maia Szalavitz

Analysis
How Saudi Arabia sees the world - -
How Saudi Arabia sees the world - - MBSs Vision of a New Nonaligned Movement
By Karen E. Young

Climate - Loss & Damage
Explainer: What is Climate " Loss & Damage " - -
Explainer: What is Climate " Loss & Damage " - - Poor countries want compensation for the impacts of climate change. COP27, in November, may force the issue
By Economist

Future of Housing prices
The Economist
A global house - price slump is coming - - It wont blow up the financial system, but it will be scary
By Economist

Iran -- Protests
The Foreign Policy
Iran Hijob protests are of Raisi's own making - - Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi emboldened the morality police to bolster his wobbly administration. The opposite has happened.
By Kourosh Ziabary

Iran -- Protests
The Foreign Policy
Meet Iran's Gen. Z: the drwing force behind the protests - - Below, a gaggle of female students are in their navy blue school uniforms, but they are not wearing their mandatory hijabs. Collectively, they raise their middle fingers in the direction of the dusty blackboard.
By Holly Dagres

Israel - Internal Politics
The Foreign Policy
Is Israel's political virtuose denial ? - - https://foreignpolicy.com/2022/10/31/netanyahu-israel-religious-zionism-israels-political-virtuoso-in-denial/
By Shalom Lipner

Israel - Palestinian Peace Plan
The Washington Post
Palestinian Israelis are divided & disillusioned as election nears - - The 52-year-old father of four has seen little improvement in the lives of Palestinian citizens in this mixed Arab-Jewish town.
By Claire Parker

America - China - Computer Chip
The New York Times
How China is fighting the Chip war with America - - During his speech to the party congress, Xi Jinping, who was granted his third term as the top leader of the country, mentioned technology 40 times, promised to win the battle in key core technologies and emphasized innovation and technological self-sufficiency.
By Keyu Jin

Iran -- Protest
The Washington Post
As protests rock Iran, its most feared security force is lying in wait - - Thousands of people poured into the streets of Mahsa Aminis hometown Wednesday and marched to her grave.
By Miriam Berger

Shampoo - Recall
The Washington Post
What you need to know about the shampoo recall - - Unilever recalled the products because they may contain elevated levels of benzene, which can be a carcinogen at high levels of prolonged exposure
By Teddy Amenabar

Analysis
The Foreign Policy
The U.S. needs a new strategy to stop Saudi & Iranian support for Russia - - Riyadh and Tehran are rivals on almost everything, but they are both supporting Russias war effort to give Washington a black eye.
By Ellie Geranmayeh

Analysis
The New York Times
Why Opec is cutting oil production (and why there's not much U.S. can do about it ) Washington is furious at Saudi Arabia: Members of Congress are demanding to freeze all cooperation, halt arms sales for a year and remove American troops and missile systems from the kingdom. President Biden warned of consequences.
By Ellen R. Wald

Middle East - Democracy
The Foreign Policy
The real reason the Middle East hates NGGOs - - Western promoters of democracy arent seen as a threat to individual rulers but as a reminder of colonial history.
By Steven A. Cook

Argument
The Foreign Policy
Democracies need a little help from their friends - - The war against foreign-funded NGOs from India to Israel is harming democratic governance, not enhancing it.
By Ronald R. Krebs & James Ron


Computer Chips - Future of America
The Foreign Policy
How the U.S. - Chinese technology war us changing the world - - Washingtons crackdown on technology access is creating a new kind of global conflict.
By

Israel - Internal Affairs
The Christian science Monitor
For Israel's hard-right alliance, how high a priority is Democracy ? - - In the context of his mostly ceremonial role, which is not supposed to drift into partisan politics, Israeli President Isaac Herzogs remarks Thursday to Itamar Ben-Gvir, head of the Jewish Power faction of the Religious Zionism party, bordered on a lecture.
By Neri Zillier

Analysis
The Foreign Policy
If Europe wants to sanction Ira, it knows what to do - - United Nations sanctions are already on the booksthey just need to be reactivated.
By Richard Goldberg

Opinions
The New York Times
America dodged an arrow - - I am still not even close to ready to sound the all-clear, to declare that running on a platform of election denialism will never tempt another American politician.
By Thomas L. friedman

New way to fight climate change
The Foreign Affairs
The new way to fight climate change - - Small-Scale Cooperation Can Succeed Where Global Diplomacy Has Failed
By Arunabha Ghosh, Arthur Ruge - Metzigh, David G. Victor & Ji

American Foreign Policy- Midterm
The Foreign Policy
Foreign policy in the Midterms - - What Kyiv, Moscow, Tehran, and Riyadh can expect if Republicans take control of the U.S. Congress.
By Amelia Lester

Iran - Women Protests
The Foreign Policy
It's woman vs. woman in Iran's protests - - The Islamic Republic has always cultivated a reservoir of devoted female support.
By Anchal Vohra

U.S. - Saudi Arabia
The Washington Post
Biden's conseqences' for Saudi Arabia are reaping quiet results - - Riyadhs decision to cut OPEC oil production was met with fury in Washington. But the White House is taking its time on meting out any public punishment.
By Karen DeYoung

Israel - Election
The New Republic
Netanyahu is back, but real winner in Israel makes Bibi look timid - - The showing by Itamar Ben-Gvirs racist, nationalist party portends a hard-right turn. And meanwhile, on the left
By Jo Ann Mort

Israel - Election
The New York Times
Israel's election : 5 takeaways - - Benjamin Netanyahu seems poised to take power again. But regardless of his fate, the election already highlights several trends that could have a lasting effect on Israel.
By kyiv dISPATCH

Iran - History of injustice
The Foreign Affairs
Iran's women on the frontlines - - Why Female-Led Movements Succeedbut Also Risk a Backlash
By Zoe Marks, Fatemeh Haghighatjoo, & Erica Chenoweth

Analysis
The Christian science Monitor
Moral support: How we raise a ' good person " in fractured times - - As religious attendance plummeted, the Western canon itself came under attack, and an extreme political divide undermined what common ground remained.
By Mary Beth McCarthy

Opinions
The New York Times
Do the Democrats seserve re-election ? - - Its often said that hindsight is 20/20. As far as politics goes, Ive never believed it
By Ezra Klein

Iran -- Protest
The Washington Post
Iranian forces open fire on protesters as government buildings burn - - Violence erupted Thursday in the city of Mahabad in the Kurdish region of western Ir
By Babak Dehghanpisheh, Stefanie Le & Attar Mirza

Iran -- Protests
The Foreign Policy
How Music menaces Iran's regime - - The crowdsourced protest anthem Baraye has become a threat to the theocratic government in Tehran.
By Nahid Siamdoust

Great Britain
The New York Times
Sunak faces political test of his career: unify party & fix the economy - - The Conservative Party is fractured and Britains public finances are battered. That will test the political skills of a leader who has been involved in national politics for only seven years. Give this article
By Mark Lanler

Venezuela
The Washington Post
Even on Fire: What really happened inside Iran's most norotious prison - - For more than 40 years, Evin prison in Tehran has been the most visible symbol of the Islamic Republics authoritarian rule, a menacing complex built on fear and absolute control. Unrest rarely breaches the prison walls.
By Imogen Piper, Stephenie Le & Babak Dehghanpisheh

Iran - Kurdish Minorities
The Foreign Policy
Iran attacks Kurdish positions across the border in Iraq - - Tehran has blamed Kurdish groups for fomenting some of the protests that have convulsed Iran for almost three weeks.
By Cora Engelbrecht

People - working days
The Christian science Monitor
Four- days workweek: Why more Companies are taking the plunge - - Its prioritizing whats really important in life,
By Erike Page, Laurent Belsie & Shafi Musaddique

Israel - Palestinians
The Christian science Monitor
aaaisrael revives hope for a Palestinian state - - The long-ignored idea of equal states for the two people builds on demands in the Mideast for greater equality.
By Monitor Editorial Board



    
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