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VOA Last Page Nov. 15/ 2021 Mehdi Falahati
Upozit No.370 Nov. 20/ 2021 - Afshin Nariman
Bahram Moshiri Sept. 2021
Analysis by : Amir Taheri

The New York Times
A way to break the cycle of poverty - - Inequalities persist across generations children who grow up in poverty are likelier than their middle-class peers to end up poor and in ill health as adults. But demography isnt destiny.
By David L. Kirp


The Christian science Monitor
restriction in Iran deal remain unclear - - Iran struck a hard line Tuesday after just one day of restarted talks in Vienna over its tattered nuclear deal, suggesting everything discussed in previous rounds of diplomacy could be renegotiated.
By Nasser Karimi


The Washington Post
Irana doubles down on abortion & contraceptions - - In recent years, policy shifts have whittled away such programs. The changes have culminated under a new law meant to address an emergent demographic shift which critics have decried as a major setback for womens and reproductive rights.
By Miraiam Berger


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


The New York Times
Sifting through mud, flooded Canadians fear next disaster - - https://www.nytimes.com/2021/11/29/world/canada/british-columbia-floods-storm.html?nl=todaysheadlines&emc=edit_th_20211201
By Ian Austen


The Foreign Affairs
America is not withdrawing from the Middle East - - Washington Needs a New Strategy But Not an Exit Strategy
By Dalia Dassa Kaye


The Foreign Affairs
More, less, or different ? - - Where U.S. Foreign Policy Shouldand ShouldntGo From Here
By Jack Sullivan


The Washington Post
Rubi Mellen In less than a week, the detection of the omicron variant of the coronavirus in southern Africa has upended the world, disrupting global travel, rattling financial markets and posing a reminder especially in wealthy countries with high vaccination rates that the pandemic is far from over.
By Rubi Mellen


The Foreign Affairs
More, less, or different ? - - Where U.S. Foreign Policy Shouldand ShouldntGo From Here
By Jack Sullivan


The New York Times
Omicron is coming, The U.S. must act now - - Theres very little we know for sure about Omicron, the coronavirus variant first detected in South Africa that has caused tremors of panic as winter approaches.
By Zenep Tierekci


 
Climate Change- Geopolitics
The Foreign Policy
The gap between talk and actionon climate is on fully display in Glasgow - - Environmental disasters are rapidly engulfing the world. Can bureaucracy meet their pace?
By Kelly Kimball

Afghanistan - Cultural Assimilation
The Christian science Monitor
For Immigrant parents, language help at U.S. schools still lags - - - - It can be difficult for immigrants in the U.S. who dont speak English to support their childrens education. It feels like immigrant parents are deliberately excluded and pushed to the margins, said one mother regarding inadequate translation services.
By Claudia Lauer and Vanessa A. Alvearez

Analysis
The Economist
Why the nights grow less dark, and to do about it - - Booming businesses in low orbit will be bad for astronomy, but the outlook can be improved
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Science
The New York Times
Can Synthetic biology save us ? this scientist thinks so This article is part of our latest DealBook special report on the trends that will shape the coming decades.
By Steve Lohr

America - Future Technology
The Foreign Affairs
America's Crypto countdown - - Protecting Security Without Crushing Innovation
By Justin Muzinich

Iran - Nuclear Negotiations
The Foreign Affairs
A Nuclear Iran is not inevitable - - Why the World Cannot Give Up on Diplomacy
By Eric Brewer

Computer chips
The New York Times
Chip shortage creates new power players - - Low-profile chip makers with aging factories have become surprisingly powerful, leading to industry changes that may outlive the pandemic-fueled supply crunch.
By Don Clark

Iran - Drones - Weapon of Choice
The Economist
Why Drones are becoming Iran's weapons of choice - - The attempt to kill Iraqs prime minister highlights how Irans unmanned aerial vehicles are changing the military balance in the Middle East
By Middle east & Africa

Analysis
The Christian science Monitor
fOR WORKERS, LABOR SHORTAGE MEANS NEW LEVERAGE & HIGHER PAY - - https://www.csmonitor.com/Business/2021/1102/For-workers-labor-shortage-means-new-leverage-and-higher-pay
By Laurent Belsie

Virginia Election -- Governor
The New York Times
Why Democrats are in Truble - - Some explanations were more convincing than others.
By Bret Stephens

Israel - Apartheid
The New York Times
Long Walk from freedom: Indebeted Gazantrudes to jail 17th or 18th - - Like many men in Gaza, Wasfi al-Garosha regularly returns to prison for failing to repay a wedding loan. His trip back, always on foot, reveals much about the stresses of life in the Strip.
By Patrick Kingsley

Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
How Apartheid endures - - The Betrayal of South Africa
By Sisonke Msimanz

Israel - Abusive of Human Rights
The New York Times
Whose promised land ?. A jurney into a divided Israel - - Two Times journalists drive the length of Israel to discover what it means to be Israeli today. They meet a kaleidoscope of people, searching for belonging but far apart on how to find it.
By Patrick Kingsley & Laetitia Vancon

Opinions
The Foreign Affairs
The coming Democratic revival - - Americas Opportunity to Lead the Fight Against Authoritarianism
By Madeleine K. Albright

Computer chips
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

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


U.S. -- Ignoring Iranian Public Needs
The National Review
Why won't Washington speak out about the latest crisis in Iran ? - - Almost exactly two years since the Iranian regime brutally put down the Bloody Aban mass protests, the mullahs are at it againthis time targeting the people of Isfahan, who have the temerity to demand clean drinking water
By Victoria Coates

Afghanistan - Future Economy
The New York Times
Afghan economy nears collapse as pressure builds to ease U.S. Sanctions - - Then at 3 p.m., a teller yelled at the crowd to go home: There was no cash left at the bank.
By Christina Goldbaum

Iran - Sanctions
The Washington Post
Iranian banks notch a win in dispute over sanctions emfprcement - - An arbitration panel has ruled in favor of two Iranian banks in a financial dispute over the 2015 closing of a Bahraini financial institution accused of helping Iran skirt U.S. and U.N. economic sanctions.
By Joby Warrick & Sauad Mekhnner

America - Future Technology
The Washington Post
Samsung expected to announce $17 billion chip factory in Texas - - The South Korean electronics giant has chosen Taylor, outside of Austin, for its new semiconductor manufacturing hub.
By Aaron Gregg

Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
The Decider - - Why Bush Chose War in Iraq
By Melvyn P. Leffler

International Affairs - Diversity
The Foreign Affairs
Why diversity matters in international affairs education - - And How It Can Improve U.S. Foreign Policy
By Carla Kappell, Jamille Bigio, and Miguel Centeno

Intigration of Turk - Germany
The Economist
Sixty years of Turkish "gust workers" in Germany - - More are integrated, but two-thirds of adults are not German citizens
By Europe

Iran - Lack of Human Rights
The National Review
A free Spirit - - Masih Alinejad, an Iranian-American journalist and target
By Jay Nordlinger

Analysis
The Foreign Policy
Why the Abraham accorsds won't bring Israli - Palestinian peace Regional cooperation didnt lead to peace at the 1991 Madrid Conferenceand it wont today.
By Dalia Dassa Kaye

Iran - Nuclear Negotiations
The Foreign Affairs
Iran won't back down - - As Nuclear Talks Resume, Tehran Isnt Looking to Compromise
By Mohammad Ayatollahi Tabar

Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
How Apartheid endures - - The Betrayal of South Africa
By Sisonke Msimanz

State of Virginia - Politics
The National Review
What it means if Glenn Youngkin wins - - Next years midterms could look particularly bleak for the Democrats.
By Rich Lowry

Iran - Analysis
The Foreign Affairs
A plan B for Iran - - Washington Needs to Turn Up the Pressure on Tehran
By Michael Singh

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

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



    
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