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

The Foreign Policy
Let's be honest about the nuclear deal - - There are several politically inconvenient realities its detractors and defenders should consider.
By Aaron David Miller


The New York Times
Death of Iranian woman ignites fury among felloe Kurds - - The protests that have swept Iran following the death of a woman in police custody have been especially intense in the countrys minority Kurdish population.
By Jane Arraf & Farnaz Fassihi


The Foreign Policy
Iran's anti-veil protests have already succeeded - - The Islamic Republic is no stranger to protestsbut this time, they are leaving a permanent mark.
By Sajjad Safai


The Economist
Trade and security ties are knitting Israel into Former enemies drawing closer, offering hope of a more stable and prosperous Middle East
By Middle East & Africa


The Foreign Policy
How Ukraine has changed Russian diplomacy - - Moscow is shunning legacy platforms for dialogueand creating its own.
By Hanna Notte


The New York Times
Protests Intensify in Iran over Woman who died in Custody - - Unrest has spread to dozens of cities, with at least seven people killed, according to witnesses, rights groups and video posted on social media.
By Cora Engelbrecht & Farnaz Fassihi


The National Review
Watch: Videos capture defiance in Iran - - Aminis death has become a symbol of the systemic repression of women and minorities living under the yoke of this barbaric regime.
By Bobbby Miller


The Foreign Policy
Protests eurpt in Iran - - The death of a 22-year-old woman while in police custody has ignited defiant demonstrations.
By Christina Lu


The Washington Post
The best foods to feed your gut microbiome - - The microbes in your gut can influence mental health, heart risk, weight gain and even sleep, which is why you need to eat a wider variety of quality food
By Anahad O Conner


The New York Times
Three paths toward an endgame for Putin's war - - one of Russias iconic pop stars told her 3.4 million followers on Instagram that the war was turning our country into a pariah and worsening the lives of our citizens.
By Thomas L. friedman


 
Iran -- Protests
The Foreign Policy
Iran's anti-veil protests have already succeeded - - The Islamic Republic is no stranger to protestsbut this time, theyre leaving a permanent mark.
By Sajjad

Iran -- Protests
The Foreign Policy
Iran's anti-veil protests have already succeeded - - The Islamic Republic is no stranger to protestsbut this time, theyre leaving a permanent mark.
By Sajjad

How to write
The Economist
What to read to become a better writer - - Five texts that explain how to write simply and well
By Ec

Iran - - Human Rights
The Washington Post
Violence erupts in Iran after woman dies in "
By

Iraq Crisis
The New York Times
Iraqi Shiite factions turn their guns on each other ina deadly new phase - - With no functioning government and no common ground, tensions among Shiite political factions have become a deadly matter in Baghdad this week.
By Jane Arraf

Analysis
The Foreign Policy
Biden's indifference has given Iran the upper hand in Iraq - - The countrys fragile postwar democracy is threatened like never before.
By David Schenker

Opinions
The Washington Post
Is the Iran deal worth salvaging ? - - After almost 17 months of diplomatic wrangling, there could be glimmers of hope for a nuclear deal with Iran
By Ishaan Tharoor

Artificial Intelligence
The New York Times
We need to talk about how good Artificial intelegent is getting - - Were in a golden age of progress in artificial intelligence. Its time to start taking its potential and risks seriously.
By Kevin Roose

Analysis
The New York Times
Will anyone punish Iran for its murderous campaign ? - - The Islamic Republic of Iran did not take responsibility for the murder attempt on Rushdie. But Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeinis 1989 fatwa against him for The Satanic Verses remains in effect,
By Bret Stephens

U.S. - Syria
The Washington Post
U.S. hits Iranian - linked targets in Syria in response to drone attacks - - The airstrikes, in the eastern province of Deir al-Zour, were carried out at President Bidens direction after U.S. forces reported an attack by drone aircraft on one of their remote outposts last week
By Louisa Loveluck, Sara Dadouch & Rachel Pannett

Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
The end of the Tunisia model - - The Countrys Democracy Has Diedbut May Yet Be Reborn
By Sarah E. Yerkes

Opinions
The New York Times
The man who found his inner depths - - Buechner and his brother heard a commotion, looked out the window and saw their father on his back in the driveway.
By David Brooks

Analysis
The Christian science Monitor
Rushdie assault on attack on more than freedom of speech - - The attack itself was anything but an act of nuance. It was a frontal assault on the freedom of expression essential not just to literature or art, but to the health of democratic societies.
By Ned Temko

Analysis
The New York Times
Aword of gratitude for Salman Rushdie's readers - - A crude description of what should be done to the ayatollah had been spray-painted in thick, black lettering on a wall right outside the elementary school I attended. Looking at it every day, I had a dread childish sense of Someone could get in trouble.
By Pamela Paul

Analysis
The National Review
How to co-0pt American education without really trying - - An innocuous-seeming organization with ties to the Iranian government has become one of the main ways Americans understand the Islamic Republic.
By Clifford Smith & Alex Nulman

Iran - Foreign Assassination
The New York Times
Justice Department charges Iranian in plot to kill John Bolton - - Prosecutors said a member of Irans Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps sought the murder of the former national security adviser in retaliation for the killing of a top Iranian official.
By Glenn Truish & Michael Crowley

Saudi Arabia - Tech Hub
The Christian science Monitor
Its ' Megaprojects ' win sttention. But its people drive Saudi change - - Our reporter went to Saudi Arabia to find an economy story. The one he landed was far more revealing: a portrait of social transformation led by a generation yearning for more.
By Samantha Laene Pergas - Jingnan Peng

Taiwan - Democracy
The Foreign Affairs
Taiwan & the fight for Democracy - - A Force for Good in the Changing International Order
By Tsai Ing - Wen

A four - day workweek - Debate
The Washington Post
A four - day workweek could improve climate, depending on how you spend day 5 - - Experts say potential benefits depend on a number of factors, including how people choose to spend the extra time off
By Allyson Chiu

Middle East - Future Peace
The Economist
The attack on Gaza may bolster Israel's prime minister - - But the enclave has a way of sucking Israeli leaders into the maw
By Middle east & Africa


Iran -- Protests
The Foreign Policy
Iran's anti-veil protests have already succeeded - - The Islamic Republic is no stranger to protestsbut this time, theyre leaving a permanent mark.
By Sajjad

Iran -- Protests
The Foreign Policy
Iran's anti-veil protests have already succeeded - - The Islamic Republic is no stranger to protestsbut this time, theyre leaving a permanent mark.
By Sajjad

Iran - - Human Rights
The Washington Post
Violence erupts in Iran after woman dies in "
By

Iran - - Human Rights
The Washington Post
Violence erupts in Iran after woman dies in "
By

Iran - Russia
The Washington Post
Iran sends first shipment of drones to Russia for use in Ukraine - - Russian cargo planes left Tehran 10 days ago with UAVs, some of which have already malfunctioned, U.S. and allied officials say
By Ellen nakashima & Joby Warrick

MBS - Future of Saudi Arabia
The Economist
MBS: Despot in the desert - - A volatile millennial wields absolute power in Saudi Arabia. What will he do next?
By Nicolas Pelham

Opinions
The Christian science Monitor
Why we need 'congratulations' but not congratulation - - Some grammarians put "congratulations" on the list of "pluralia tantum," words that occur only in plural, like belongings, leftovers, and trousers.
By Melissa Mohr

Analysis
The New York Times
Will anyone punish Iran for its murderous campaign ? - - The Islamic Republic of Iran did not take responsibility for the murder attempt on Rushdie. But Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeinis 1989 fatwa against him for The Satanic Verses remains in effect,
By Bret Stephens

America - Future Malls
The New Republic
Can the American mall survive ? - - On loving and loathing some of Americas most common public spaces
By Jillian Steinhauer

Bees - Climate Change
The Washington Post
Want to see how climate change is stressing bees ? look at their wings - - The plight of the bumblebee has been well documented. In recent years, researchers and advocates have reported worrying population declines across North America and Europe as climate change menaces the fuzzy insects.
By Derek Hawkins

Agriculture - Technology
The New York Times
Scientists boost crop performance by engineering a better leaf - - Researchers increased yield in soy plants by making them better at photosynthesis, the process that powers life. The findings hold promise for feeding a warming world.
By Raymond Zhong & Clare Toeniskoether

Analysis
The New Republic
Salman Rushdie changed everything - - Rushdies vision of desi identity, unrestrained by colonialism and above the fray of sectarian cant, should inspire us as he recovers from his wounds.
By Siva Vaidhyanathan

Analysis
The Foreign Policy
Can Blinken bring peace in Eastern Congo ? - - The U.S. secretary of state is urging Kigali, Kinshasa, and others to stop backing militias in the regionbut a lasting peace deal remains elusive.
By Masmot Gbadamosi

Israel - Palestinian Prisoners
The New York Times
For Palestinian prisoners, hunger strikes are a battle of stomacks - - For decades, Palestinians imprisoned by Israel have used these protests as a way to demand better living conditions and an end to indefinite detentions.
By Raja Abdolrahim

Analysis
The National Review
Tehran the day after - - What might happen in Iran if America or Israel bombed the nuclear sites?
By Reuel Mark Gerecht & Ray Takey

Opinions
The Economist
How to prevent a war between America and China over Taiwan - - It is becoming ever harder
By

Cybersecurity - Hackers
The New York Times
Cybercrime is rising rapidly - - How easily could you be hacked
By

Killing in Alburqurque - Muslem community
The New York Times
Killings of 4 men in albuqurque leave Muslem community in fear - - As the authorities appeal to the public for help in their investigation, many Muslim residents are experiencing a managed panic.
By Neelam Bohra & Vimal Patel

Analysis
The New Republic
Yes, the inflation reduction act is a big effing deal - - While the bill that just survived the Senate is a whittled-down version of the Build Back Better Act, it still puts the Democratic party on a promising new path.
By Michael Tomasky

Al Qaeda - Future
The Foreign Affairs
Al Qaeda's next move - - What Zawahiris Death Means for Global Jihadism
By Cole Bunzel



    
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