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The Foreign Affairs
The technopolar moment - - How Digital Powers Will Reshape the Global Order
By Jan Bremmer


The Economist
Micro chip shortage: why U.S. is poised to take action - - The computer chip shortage, which has disrupted supplies of everything from automobiles to wheelchair accessories, is pushing Congress take big steps in helping Americas high-tech industry.
By Laurent Belsie


The Economist
Most resistance - causing mutations in TB have now been identified - - That will permit personalized treatment of the disease
By Science Technology


The Foreign Affairs
Order before peace - - Kissingers Middle East Diplomacy and Its Lessons for Today
By Martin Indyk


The Foreign Affairs
The Bomb will backfire on Iran - - Tehran Will Go Nuclearand Regret It
By Ray Takeyeh


The New York Times
Nicholas Kristof leaves New York Times as he considers a political run - - Mr. Kristof, a two-time Pulitzer Prize winner, is weighing a run for governor of Oregon, the state where he grew up.
By Marc Tracy


The Economist
A new crisis between America and Iran looms - - Talks to restore a nuclear deal are going badly. The alternatives are grim
By Middle east & Africa


The Foreign Affairs
How should governments address inequality ? - - Putting Piketty Into Practice
By Melissa S. Kearney


The Washington Post
A 26 years old woman is exposing abuse in Iranian prisons - - Masih Alinejad is an Iranian journalist, author and womens rights campaigner. She hosts Tablet, a talk show on Voice of Americas Persian service.
By Masih Alizadeh


The Foreign Affairs
Iran's war within - - Ebrahim Raisi and the Triumph of the Hard-Liners
By Mohammad Ayatollahi Tabaar


 
Computer chips
The Economist
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America-Human Rights-Foreign Policy
The New York Times
America's list of undemocratic & Corrupt actors' just keep growing - - Mr. Sabatini is the senior research fellow at the Chatham House in London and the founder of Global Americans and Americas Quarterly. He has researched and written about democracy and human rights in Latin America for over two decades.
By Christopher Sabatini

Hopeless future - Iranians
The New York Times
I Can't imagine a good future ': Young Iranians in creatingly want out - - Divorce is up, fertility rates are down and many from Irans younger generation are postponing weddings and searching for ways to leave the country in the face of economic and political stagnation.
By Vivian Yee

Opinions
The National Review
Saving Democracy dosen't mean doing everything Democrats want - - Robert Kagans bargain for conservatives who might be concerned about Trumps efforts at electoral subversion is simple: Yield to the Left.
By Jack Butler

Science - Technology
The National Review
Science needs fixing, not just funding - - Scientists spend too much time on paperwork and not enough on lab work.
By M. Anthony Mills

Chips - Tech Services
The New York Times
In race for 5 G, alarm & security service get stuck in the middle - - Covid-19 shutdowns and chip shortages have made it more difficult to upgrade devices and meet a deadline set by AT&T.
By Steve Lohr

Afghan Refugees - Vetting
The National Review
FBI investigates attack on female soldier by male Afghan refugees at the New Mexico - - We can confirm a female service member supporting Operation Allies Welcome reported being assaulted on Sept. 19 by a small group of male evacuees at the Doa Ana Complex in New Mexico, the 1st Armored Division and Fort Bliss Public Affairs wrote in a statement obtained by Fox News. We take the allegation seriously and appropriately referred the matter to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
By Caroline Downey

Hezbollah - Free Iranian Oil
The Washington Post
Hezbollah flexes its museles in Labanon provides free Iranian fuel - - You are welcome, he said in a video, shared on Instagram, showing off the two generators in a parking lot outside, with promises that they would remain for any future parliamentary power cuts.
By Nadar Durgham, Sudan Haidamous & Liz Sly

Future Computer Tech.
The Economist
IMEC offers neutral ground amid chip rivalries - - The brain trust at the heart of the $550bn semiconductor industry
By Business

America - Cyber Atack
The New York Times
America is being held for ransom. It needs to fight back - - The digital scourge known as ransomware in which hackers shut down electronic systems until a ransom is paid is worse than ever.
By Demetri Alperovitch

Opinions
The Economist
Most Arabe countries now focus on domestic concerns, not unity - - But the presence of foreign powers is still dearly felt
By special report

Middle East- Abraham Accord
The Foreign Affairs
The Falls promise of the Abraham Accord - - One Year Later, a Stable Peace Still Eludes the Middle East
By Jeremy Pressman

Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
Strategies of restraint - - Remaking Americas Broken Foreign Policy
By Emma Ashford

Opinions
College has become merely a racket - -
College has become merely a racket - - So argues Professor Anthony Esolen in this piece.
By George Leef

Future Computer Tech.
The New York Times
Smart glasses made Google look dumb. Now Facebook is giving them a try - - The company has teamed up with Ray-Ban to create glasses that can take photos, record video, answer phone calls and play podcasts.
By Mike Issac

U.S. - Solar Energy
The National Review
Biden Administration releases plan to shift half of U.S. energy to solar by 2050 - - The Biden administration on Wednesday released an outline mapping out how the U.S. could produce half of its electricity using solar power by 2050
By Brittany Bernstein


Computer chips
The Economist
Micro chip shortage:
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Opinion Essay
The Washington Post
The Pursuit of happyness is happiness - - In order to master the unruly torrent of life the learned man meditates, the poet quivers, and the political hero erects the fortress of his will. Jos Ortega y Gasset
By George F. Will

Soccer - FIFA
The Economist
Why does FIFA want to hold the world Cup every two years - - Bigwigs say it will grow the sport, but players and national associations in footballs heartlands are wary
By The Exonomist Explain

Opinions
The Foreign Affairs
The age of America first - - Washingtons Flawed New Foreign Policy Consensus
By Richard Haass

Opinions
The Economist
Nirupama Rao on America's need for wisdom & allies in Asia - - Despite policy failures, the United States is required to counter China in the Indo-Pacific, says a former Indian diplomat
By Nirupama Rao

Quad - Hype
The Foreign Affairs
How the Quad can match the hype - - Its the Best Hope for Balancing China in the Indo-Pacific
By Dhruva Jaishankad & Tavi Madan

Environment - America
The Foreign Affairs
Save the environment, save American Democracy - - How a Pro-Climate Vision Can Strengthen Americas Social Fabric
By Robert O. Keohane, Jeff D. Colgan

Religious - Poverty
The Economist
Whether the cause is spiritual or social remains to be determined Whether the cause is spiritual or social remains to be determined
By Science technology

Middle East- Abraham Accord
The Foreign Affairs
The False promise of the Abraham
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North Korea
The Washington Post
Kim Jong Un shift from nuclear push to economy intensified internal debates in country - report says - - But new research suggests that before Kims speech, the policy shift was openly debated among high-level officials in the North Korea regime.
By Mechelle Ye Hee Lee

Natural Gas - Future
The Economist
What is behind rocketing natural - gass prices - - The spike reflects both supply and demand
By Graphic Detail

Environment - Future
The New York Times
The greatest killer in New Orleans wasn't the Hurricane, it was the heat - - A huge power failure after Hurricane Ida left vulnerable residents in sweltering apartments for days. At least 10 deaths in the city have been tied to the heat.
By Nicholas Begel - Burroughs & Kathy Reckdahl

Iran - Nuclear Negotiations
The New York Times
Iran nears an atomic milestone - - Edging close to a bombs worth of fuel is seen as a tactic to pressure the Biden administration into agreeing to a quick renewal of the 2015 nuclear deal.
By David E. Sanger, William J. Broad,

China - Future Technology
The Economist
What tech does China want ? - - The contours of the Communist Partys masterplan for its technology industry are emerging
By Business

Semiconductors - Future Tech.
The Foreign Policy
Semiconductos and the U.S. -- China innovation race -- Geopolitics of the supply chain and the central role of Taiwan
By A SPECIAL REPORT BY FP ANALYTICS

Analysis
The Christian science Monitor
How 9/11 ' Clash of civilizations " brought East & West closer - - Although I never visited, I have been touched by America and Americans, Mr. Karim says.
By Taylor Luck

Iran - American Drone
The Washington Post
U.S. Navy launches Mideast drone task force amid Iran tentions - - The U.S. Navys Mideast-based 5th Fleet said Wednesday it will launch a new task force that incorporates airborne, sailing and underwater drones after years of maritime attacks linked to ongoing tensions with Iran.
By Jon Gambrell - AP



    
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