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Thursday, March 5
Unleash NATO, Pivot Back to Europe - Marik String, National Interest
Al Qaeda Affiliate Rises in Syria - Jonathan Spyer, PJ Media
Envying Digital Estonia - Leonid Bershidsky, Bloomberg View
How Ukraine Can Beat Putin - Alexander Motyl, Foreign Policy
The Troubles That Await Europe - Andy Langenkamp, RealClearWorld
Every Cold War Has Its Thaw - Pyotr Romanov, Moscow Times
Vietnam on the Tigris and Euphrates - Harlan Ullman, Atlantic Council
Gazan Gas Sparks a Great Power Struggle - Michael Schwartz, TomDispatch
The Great Wall of Chinese Debt - Anthony Fensom, The Diplomat
White House Insists a Deal with Iran Is Paramount - J. Goldberg, Atlantic
Giving Form to a New World Order - Jessica Mathews, NY Review of Books
Netanyahu Leaves an Open Wound - E.J. Dionne, Washington Post
UKIP's Immigration Policy Is Built on Fairness - Nigel Farage, Telegraph
How Would-Be Presidents Define a Foreign Policy - J. Frank, New Yorker
Sprouts of Reform in North Korea's Economy - Economist
The Ukraine Nightmare - Ian Bremmer & Harry Kazianis, RealClearDefense
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Wednesday, March 4
Israel's Interests Are not America's - Thomas Friedman, New York Times
Estonia Did Its Post-Soviet Homework - Leonid Bershidsky, Bloomberg View
How to Deal with a Bad Iran Deal - James Jeffrey, Washington Institute
Desperate Measures in a Sinking Venezuela - Carl Meacham, CSIS
The Evolution of the U.S.-Israel Relationship - George Friedman, Stratfor
What We Learned About Netanyahu - Jeffrey Goldberg, The Atlantic
Eastern Europe's Civil Society after Nemtsov - J Dempsey, Carnegie Europe
Burying a Martyr in Moscow - Anna Nemtsova, Daily Beast
Will the Left Ever Have Its Thatcher? - George Eaton, New Statesman
Why a Nuclear Deal with Iran Is so Important - Kingston Reif, TNI
A President Who Personified Uruguay Steps Down - X. Ortiz, HuffPost
Europe Buries Its Head and Its Militaries in the Sand - Ian Birrell, WSJ
The Outsized Leader of Tiny Singapore - Sholto Byrnes, The National
Bibi's Speech as Seen by Iranian-Israelis - Sheera Frenkel, BuzzFeed
Netanyahu Commits the U.S. Congress to War - Dana Milbank, WaPo
Bears with Lasers? The Best Putin Propaganda - E. Groll & R. Standish, FP
Tuesday, March 3
When Greeks Explain Themselves to Germans - Spiegel
Preparing for China's Collapse - Peter Mattis, The National Interest
Nemtsov and the Road Russia Never Took - Andrew Kuchins, CSIS
Israeli Gas Is a Huge Chance that Could Be Squandered - S Cropsey, RCW
The Rise of the Petty Nuclear Tyrant - Kaj Leers, RealClearWorld
Netanyahu's Moment - William Kristol, Weekly Standard
Stalinist Tactics Are Fashionable Again - Nina Khrushcheva, PS
China Widens Investigations of PLA Officials - Yang Fan & Ho Shan, RFA
Congress Is Duty-Bound to Weigh in on Iran - Eric Mandel, Jerusalem Post
In Nemtsov Tragedy, Echoes of Yitzhak Rabin - Dmitry Shumsky, Haaretz
Israel and the Democrats - Bret Stephens, Wall Street Journal
The Iran-Led Push for Saddam's Hometown - L. Jakes & K. Brannen, FP
Turkish Society Is Turning More Secular - Mustafa Akyol, Al Monitor
How to Deter China - James Holmes, RealClearDefense
Saudis Look to Egypt to Counter ISIS, Iran - W.R. Mead, American Interest
Containing Putin, Democracy's Enemy - John Shattuck, Boston Globe
Russia Schools the United Nations - Richard Gowan, World Politics Review
Gazprom Delivers Gas Kiev Doesn't Want - Chi Kong Chyong, ECFR
Could Britain Renationalize Its Railways? - Tom de Castella, BBC
Monday, March 2
Moscow Unleashes Its Army of Avengers - Masha Gessen, New York Times
The Costs of Rapprochement with Iran - Michael Weiss, NOW Lebanon
Where NATO Stands Now - Jonathan Masters, Council on Foreign Relations
Read more on NATO and on Russian military doctrine
Fear and Death in Putin's Moscow - Garry Kasparov, Wall Street Journal
The China Boom Might Continue - Mark Buchanan, Bloomberg View
Operation Underway to Retake Tikrit - Sinan Salaheddin, Associated Press
Take the Fight to the Freak Jihadists - Boris Johnson, Telegraph
Can Anyone Trust Qatar? - Ryan Faith, Vice
Explaining the Fiasco That Is the Nicaragua Canal - Brad Plumer, Vox
The Wonderful World of Egyptian Vintage Vinyl - N. Khafagy, Mada Masr
Britain's Impending Constitutional Crisis - Simon Heffer, New Statesman
The Apocalyptic Lure of the Caliphate - Malise Ruthven, NY Review of Books
Counting the Costs of Nemtsov's Death - Georgy Bovt, Moscow Times
There's No Such Thing as a Happy Grexit - Jean Pisani-Ferry, PS
It Seems Only Erdogan's Voice Matters in Turkey - Murat Yetkin, Hurriyet
A Central Asian Autocrat Coasts to a New Mandate - E Kasym, Diplomat
Sunday, March 1
Heightened Stakes in Russia-West Standoff - Nikolas Gvosdev, National Interest
Is Fatah-Israel Security Coordination Doomed? - D. Kuttab, Al-Monitor
There are Two Israels - Nicholas Kristof, New York Times
The Battle of the Greek and German Ministers - Blome et al, Spiegel
Russia's Shaken Opposition - Eli Lake, Bloomberg View
Putin, the Villain Straight from Central Casting - Stephen Kotkin, Newsweek
What UKIP Could Teach the U.S. - Nigel Farage, Independent
It's Even Scarier if Putin Didn't Order the Hit - S. Walker, The Guardian
Support for Israel Is not Bipartisan - Jeff Ballabon, Washington Times
19 Things to Know Abut Boris Nemtsov - Jessica Elgot, Huffington Post
Saturday, February 28
The DNA of German Foreign Policy - Frank-Walter Steinmeier, PS
Greece Lifts China's Mediterranean Hopes - Emanuele Scimia, WPR
How could U.S. and Russia Go to War? We Don't Know - P. Saunders, TNI
A New Era of Darkness for Putin's Russia - Christian Caryl, Foreign Policy
Germany's Economic Mannschaft Prevails - Fabio Fiallo, RealClearWorld
Bibi Versus the Bully in the White House - Matt Continetti, National Review
Does India Have a Strategy for Its Carrier Fleet? - R. Farley, The Diplomat
Explaining Netanyahu's Washington Visit - Haim Malka, CSIS
Venezuela Goes Full Fascist - Dario Acevedo Carmona, Espectador
A Partial Tally of the Damage Bibi Is Doing - Jeffrey Goldberg, The Atlantic
Fighting Repression in Russia - W. Pomeranz & K. Smith, The Mark News
Hoarding Words from the British Landscape - R Macfarlane, The Guardian
Britain's Legal System Is Being Shredded - Anthon Barnett, New Statesman
Friday, February 27
*BREAKING NEWS* Anti-Putin Politician Assassinated - BBC News
Why Russia Will Lose in Ukraine - Alexander Motyl, World Affairs Journal
Obama's Iran Deal Worse Than No Deal - Joseph & Tobey, National Review
Feeling Harassed, Britons Becomes 'Jihadist John' - USA Today
Restoring American Supremacy - Dov Zakheim, National Interest
China's Fertile Ground for Islamic State - Adam Minter, Bloomberg
Beijing Cracks Down on Party Criticism - Chris Buckley, New York Times
Hong Kong Activists Stand Up to China - Carol Williams, Los Angeles Times
U.S. Must Get Qatar to Fall in Line - Simon Henderson, Washington Institute
Kirkuk Foreshadows Challenges in Iraq - Michael Knights, Al Jazeera
Is Obama Stirring Up Anti-Semitism? - Michael Freund, Jerusalem Post
Unrelenting Bloodshed in South Sudan - Ty McCormick, Foreign Policy
Why Mother Teresa Is No Saint - Adam Taylor, Washington Post
Thursday, February 26
The Intersection of Three Crises - Reva Bhalla, Stratfor
Britain's Leadership Is a Tragedy - Carl-Georg Luft, The European
Europe's Hard Left Took a Good Thumping - Mark Gilbert, Bloomberg View
There Is no Better Deal Coming with Iran - Paul Pillar, Reuters
Venezuela: All Oil, no Toilet Paper - Joshua Keating, Slate
Change in Central and Eastern Europe - J. Dempsey, Carnegie Europe
Room for a Chinese Role in Israel-Palestine Conflict - Yiyi Chen, EAF
Why Immigration Won't Save Japan - Jonathan Last, Weekly Standard
Boko Harem Just Got More Dangerous - Nancy Youssef, Daily Beast
What Orwell Said About 'Mein Kampf' - Ishaan Tharoor, Washington Post
Stalin Wasn't an Intellectual Dullard - Jack Matlock, Jr., National Interest
ISIS Gets Funding Via Looted Art - Daniela Deane, Washington Post
ISIS Social Media Lures Females to Cause - Zavis & Boyle, L.A. Times
Wednesday, February 25
Russian Empire Is Not What Putin Wants - Fiona Hill, National Interest
Inside the Mind of Vladimir Putin - Ian Robertson, Daily Telegraph
Ukraine Is no Game Changer Yet - Jan Techau, Carnegie Europe
Obama's Doomed Iran Outreach - Thomas Joscelyn, Weekly Standard
NATO Should Build Baltic Bases - Randy Scheunemann, RealClearWorld
Plight of Syria's Christian Minority - Ishaan Tharoor, Washington Post
From Welfare State to Caliphate - Ranstorp, Gustaffson, Hyllengren, FP
Danish Answer to Radical Jihad - Manfred Ertel & Ralf Hoppe, Der Spiegel
Turkish Foreign Policy at a Crossroads - Murat Yetkin, Hurriyet Daily News
U.S. Navy Must Be Ready to Hit ISIS - Seth Cropsey, Wall Street Journal
Obama's Absurd Denial of Islamic Terrorism - Dennis Prager, Townhall
Germany Is Giving Greece One Last Chance - Leonid Bershidsky, Bloomberg
The Perils of Korean Reunification - Jennifer Lind, The Diplomat
Qatar Winter Cup Promises to Be a Mess - Owen Gibson, The Guardian
Eiffel Tower Now Has Own Wind Turbines - Eric Holthaus, Slate
Tuesday, February 24
Putin Drags Post-Soviet Economies Down - L. Bershidsky, Bloomberg View
Russian Downgrade Was not Political - Mark Adomanis, Moscow Times
Why China Is Suddenly Warming to the Arctic - Kong Lingyu, Caixin
EU Leaders Are Relentlessly Crazy - R. Kuttner, American Prospect
Obama's Isolationism - Conrad Black, National Review
Kurdish Forces Show the Strain of ISIS Fight - Mike Giglio, BuzzFeed
All Hail King Dollar - Milton Ezrati, National Interest
Russia Quietly Annexes South Ossetia - Maia Otarashvili, FPRI
Roll Out the Welcome Mat for European Emigrants - Daniel Altman, FP
Putin's Potemkin Propaganda Station in Ukraine - Paul Gregory, The Blaze
No Policy Like an Iran Policy - Michael Doran, Mosaic
The Murky Strategy to Retake Mosul - Matt Schiavenza, The Atlantic
Time for Pakistan to Emerge from the Fog - Roger Cohen, New York Times
Monday, February 23
Paleoconservatives Are Wrong About Putin - Alex Berezow, RCWorld
The World Seen from Vilnius Is a Scary Place - Boyd Tonkin, Independent
Great Power Competition Returns - Robert Kagan, Brookings Institution
Vaclav Havel, Europe's Necessary Hero - Michael Ignatieff, Atlantic
Islamic State: The Beast Keeps Growing - John McLaughlin, Ozy
The South China Sea Resource Grab - Michael Fabinyi, The Diplomat
Turkey Makes a Move in Syria - Economist
Is Gazprom Losing Its Grip on Europe? - Nick Cunningham, Oil Price
ISIS Exploits the Power of Imagery - Anne Barnard, New York Times
Chavez's Ghost Haunts Spanish Elections - Itxu Diaz, Daily Beast
Just a Month in, Syriza Has Already Failed - C J Polychroniou, Al Jazeera
ISIS Remains a Mere Nuisance - Tony Karon, The National

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