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The National Review
Netanyahu is down, but is he out for good ? - - Israels new governing coalition may not hold, and Bibi could reemerge amid the chaos.
By Victoria Coates


Iran's rigged eledtion - -
Iran's rigged election - - A Handpicked President Wont Stand in the Supreme Leaders Way
By Ali Vaez


The Economist
Remote workerstudy on remote working Business Jun 12th 2021 editions work longer, not more efficiently - - A new study on remote working
By Business


The New York Times
The best anyone can hope for with Iran is pretty bad - - Iran is too big to invade; the regime is too ensconced to be toppled from the outside; its darkest impulses, to dominate its Sunni Arab neighbors and destroy the Jewish state, are too dangerous to ignore; and its people are too talented to be forever denied a nuclear capability.
By Thomas L. Friedman


The New York Times
Shift in Israel provides Biden a chance for better ties -- The departure of Benjamin Netanyahu as prime minister is a relief for Democrats, but Iran and the Palestinians could test Mr. Bidens relations with a fragile new Israeli government.
By Michael Crowly


The Christian science Monitor
Iran election: Regime's crises of confidence undercuts Democracy - - Economic hardship has prompted lethal street protests; hopelessness about the future is pervasive, and voter apathy widespread; and campaigns to boycott the election have taken root.
By Scott Piterson


The New York Times
Did Israel have a constitutional revolution - - It is the beginning of an era in which Israel no longer truly has a prime minister.
By Shmuel Rosner


The Economist
Naftali Bennett pushes Binyamin Netanyahu out of power in Israel - - The new prime minister faces immediate difficulties
By Middle east & Africa


The National Review
Iran's misery and the Miserable state of Iranian Rial - - As Iran heads to a presidential election on June 18, its economy is a shambles. Theres a partial solution -- if its rulers are interested.
By Steve H. Hake


The New York Times
Biden to send 500 million doses of Pfizer Vaccine to 100 countries over a year - - The White Houses move is part of a nascent campaign to inoculate the world, and came as President Biden faced intense pressure to do more.
By Sharon LaFraniere, Sheryl Gay Stolberg & Noah Weland


 
Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
Netanyahu's foreign policy is bad for Israel - - The Costs of Befriending Illiberal Leaders
By Dahlia Scheindlin

Israel -- American Tax Payers
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

High School - Drop out
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

China - Demographic Changes
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

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

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

Green Technology
The New York Times
A bet 20 years ago made it the Exxon of green power - - Iberdrola is a leader in wind and solar power, thanks largely to a bet its C.E.O. made 20 years ago.
By Stanley Reed & Raphal Minder

Israel - Palestinians
The Economist
Binjamin Netanyahu & Ma No matter the cost
By Middle east & Africa

Health - Inovation
The Economist
A Malaria Vaccine shows promising results in clinical trails - - If successful, it could prevent thousands of childhood deaths in Africa
By Science technology

Global tipping point - technology
The New York Times
A global tipping point for reining in tech has arrived - - Never before have so many countries, including China, moved with such vigor at the same time to limit the power of a single industry.
By Paul Mozur, Cecilia Kang, Adam Satariano & David McCabe

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


Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
The UlS. can neither ignore nor solve the Israeli - Palestinian conflict - - Washington Must Actively Manage a Dispute It Cant End
By Martin Indyk

Israel - Palestinians
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

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

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

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

America - World Vaccination
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 - -

Post Pandemic
The Economist
What history tells you about post - pandemic - booms - - People spend more, take more risks - and demand more of politicians
By Finance & economics

Iran - Israel
The Foreign Affairs
Israel and iran are pulling the United States toward conflict - - With Tough Diplomacy, Washington Can Stop the Spiral of Escalation
By Daniel C. Kurtzen, Aron David Miller and Steven N. Simon

Iran -- Israel
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

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



    
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