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Wednesday, July 29
For the Mideast, It's Still 1979 - Thomas Friedman, New York Times
Quantum Geopolitics - Reva Bhalla, Stratfor
Are Russia and US Negotiating Ukraine Endgame? - B. Whitmore, Atlantic
Obama's Equilibrium Fantasy - Tony Badran, NOW Lebanon
Israel Could Lose U.S. Democrats for a Generation - James Traub, FP
China's Economy Will Be Fine - Milton Ezrati, National Interest
Pollard Deserves no Special Treatment - Noah Feldman, Bloomberg View
The Punishment Exceeded Pollard's Crime - Seth Lipsky, Haaretz
What Exactly Is Germany Doing? - Ulrich Speck, EU Observer
A Tectonic Shift in British Politics - Robert Winnett, Telegraph
Amid Tensions, Erdogan Visits China - Altay Atli, Asia Times
Home in Champagne Country - Juliette Lyons, Compass Cultura
Remarks to the African Union - Barack Obama
What Stalin Built - Sheila Fitzpatrick, London Review of Books
Gazprom Puts the Squeeze on Turkmenistan - Martin Vladimirov, Oil Price
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Tuesday, July 28
The Middle East Recalibrates - Stratfor
Will Turkey Drag U.S. Into a Quagmire? - Steven Cook, CFR
Britain's Peninsular Psychology - Economist
The Russia-EU Energy Security Trap - Stratos Pourzitakis, Carnegie Europe
The Middle East Shakeout Hits Turkey - Robert Olson, Today's Zaman
British Labour: A Party, or a Mere Coalition? - Dan Falvey, New Statesman
The Case for Releasing Pollard - Ben Caspit, Al-Monitor
Tikrit, Abandoned by ISIS, Lies in Ruins - Helene Sallon, Worldcrunch
Why Obama Pushed for Gay Rights in Kenya - Matt Schiavenza, Atlantic
How the Eurozone Survived the Greek Debt Crisis - Euractiv
How Saddam Planted the ISIS Seed - Faisal Al Yafai, The National
China Has a Fit Over Obama's Africa Trip - B. Allen-Ebrahimian, FP
Russia's Army Sabotages Putin - Alexander Golts, Moscow Times
Russia Celebrates the Gulag - Mikhail Danilovich & Robert Coalson, RFERL
Harming British Diplomacy - Neil Quilliam, Daily Express
Turkey Is in Uncharted Waters - Behlul Ozkan, Al Jazeera
30 Years Later, Photos from Stricken Chernobyl - Telegraph
Monday, July 27
Are We on the Threshold of a Federal Europe? - M. Del Santo, Interpreter
Europe's Denial About War with Russia - Andrew Michta, Politico EU
America's Marxist Allies Against ISIS - Matt Bradley & Joe Parkinson, WSJ
Middle East in Conflict: Empires Strike Back - Dov Zakheim, Hurriyet
Italy's Olive Tree Tragedy - Pierre de Gasquet, Worldcrunch
The Iran Deal Is Bad Political Math - S Mubashir Noor, Daily Times
Turkey Drawn into a Vortex of Violence - Mahmut Bozarslan, Al-Monitor
There Are No Rules in the Eurozone - Wolfgang Munchau, Financial Times
Make Voting Compulsory to Change Ireland - Mary Minihan, Irish Times
Turkey Is at War Again with the Kurds - Economist
Escaping the Greek Debt Trap - Eichengreen, Allen & Evans, Bloomberg View
Indonesia Has Drifted Under Jokowi - Gary Kleiman, Asia Times
Republicans Seem to Just Want War - Fred Kaplan, Slate
Will the GOP Fall for the Iran Trap? - Robert Merry, National Interest
The Iran Deal's Impact on North Korea - Tong Kim, Korea Times
Sunday, July 26
Iran Can Buy a Lot of Terror with $100 Billion - Jeff Jacoby, Boston Globe
New Generation of Iranians Dares to Dream Big - David Blair, Telegraph
Post Deal, Can Rouhani Deliver on Reforms? - Alireza Nader, Al-Monitor
War Isn't Inevitable if Congress Rejects the Iran Deal - Aaron Miller, WSJ
Greece, the Sacrificial Lamb - Joseph Stiglitz, New York Times
Turkey's Double Trouble: ISIS and the PKK - Brooklyn Middleton, Arabiya
All Roads Lead to Syria - Walter Russell Mead, The American Interest
War Between Russia's Rival Security Agencies - Josh Yaffa, New Yorker
Putin Is Down with Polygamy - Julia Ioffe, Foreign Policy
How Russia Tries to Intimidate Japan - Franz-Stefan Gady, The Diplomat
The Second Fall of Rome - Barbie Latza Nadeau, The Daily Beast
Is Trump America's Hugo Chavez? - Andres Oppenheimer, Miami Herald
Saturday, July 25
The Horrifying, Baffling Mystery of ISIS - Anon, New York Review of Books
The Elegance and Flaws of China's Grand Strategy - Leon Whyte, Diplomat
Secret Iran Side Deals Worry Congress - E Lake & J Rogin, Bloomberg View
Why My Own Father Would Have Let ISIS Kill Me - BBC
Have Canada-U.S. Relations Hit a Low Point? - Kergin et al, Globe and Mail
What the Greek and Iran Deals Are Not - D. Moisi, Project Syndicate
From a Muslim Woman to David Cameron - Siema Iqbal, The Guardian
Helping Russia's Silenced - Anne Applebaum, Washington Post
Flames of Hate Haunt Germany - Der Spiegel
We Need to Rethink Global Diplomacy - Fyodor Lukyanov, Moscow Times
Algeria's Invisible Arab - Roger Cohen, New York Times
Can Arabic Lit Ever Be Understood in English? - M. Lynx Qualey, National
Friday, July 24
Our Allies Have Lost Trust, Our Enemies, Fear - Scott Walker, TNI
Britain's Routed Left Labors Aimlessly On - Alex Deane, RealClearWorld
Our British Left Is Suffering a Relapse - Chuka Umunna, New Statesman
Can Europe Still Save Macedonia? - Kaj Leers, RealClearWorld
The Eurasian Big Bang - Pepe Escobar, TomDispatch
The Return of the Ugly German - Joschka Fischer, Project Syndicate
The Political Resurrection of Francois Hollande - Jon Fenby, Spectator
In Praise of the Long Campaign in Canada - Mark Sutcliffe, Ottawa Citizen
The U.S. Needs a Two-Track Iran Strategy - William Galston, WSJ
The Ancient Truths of Appeasement - Victor Davis Hanson, National Review
Is the Taliban Leader Giving Peace a Chance? - S. Mudassir Ali Shah, Dawn
The Senate's Iran Hearing Was a Clown Show - Max Fisher, Vox
Turkey Joins the War Against ISIS - Dan De Luce, Foreign Policy
Can 2 Sea Rocks Spark a Canada-US Border War? - Z. Schwartz, Maclean's
The Twilight of European Social Democracy - Joyce McMillan, Scotsman
Thursday, July 23
The Turkish Enigma - George Friedman, Stratfor
Did Putin Sell Out Greece? - Leonid Bershidsky, Bloomberg View
Arab Militaries Hold Massive Lead over Iran - Anthony Cordesman, CSIS
Starvation as a Product of War - Nicholas Kristof, New York Times
The Case for the Nuclear Deal with Iran - John Kerry & Ernest Moniz, WaPo
North Korea Sits Alone in the Rogue States Club - M. Fitzpatrick, NK News
Edge of Europe, End of Europe - Timothy Snyder, New York Review of Books
America Hates Sunnis - Hussain Abdul-Hussain, NOW Lebanon
Can Bibi Get Congress to Nuke the Iran Deal? - Ben Caspit, Al-Monitor
The Sino-Iranian Tango - Michael Singh, Foreign Affairs
How Long Can Putin Spin the Facts on MH17? - Paul R. Gregory, Forbes
The Ayatollah's Tough Sell on Nuclear Deal - J. Matthew McInnis, AEI
Transcending Terror for One Day in Georgia - Charles Johnson, Ramen IR
Cuba Hopes to Kickstart Offshore Oil & Gas Industry - A. Tully, Oil Price
Iran Deal Could Change Afghanistan - Davood Moradian, Al Jazeera
Iran's Sponsorship of Terror Is Now Legitimized - Bob Feferman, TOI
Israel's New Reality - Gilad Sharon, Jerusalem Post
Suruc Attack: Blood on the AKP's Hands - Murat Aksoy, Today's Zaman
Wednesday, July 22
Backing Up Our Wager with Iran - Thomas Friedman, New York Times
Why Is the Iran Deal Bad? Think North Korea - Max Boot, L.A. Times
How We Will fight Extremism in Britain - David Cameron
Scott Walker Is Right on Iran - M. Doran & M. Kroenig, National Interest
The Horseman of the Jewish Apocalypse - Shlomo Ben-Ami, Project Synd.
Springtime for America's Enemies - Garry Kasparov, The Daily Beast
ISIS Declares War on Turkey - Serkan Demirtas, Hurriyet Daily News
Ankara's 'Entente Cordiale' with ISIS Is Over - Iyad Dakka, Today's Zaman
Turkey Must Drop Its Dead-End Foreign Policy - Semih Idiz, Al-Monitor
Let Greece Leave - David Ignatius, Washington Post
The Man Behind the Iron Chancellor - Paul Hockenos, Foreign Policy
The Bullies Who Run Kosovo - Chuck Sudetic, Politico EU
The Tragedy of Shinzo Abe - Christopher Hobson, Japan Times
Cameron's Clear-Eyed Look at Extremism - Cass Sunstein, Bloomberg View
David Cameron Inflates the ISIS Threat - George Monbiot, The Guardian
The International Baby Business - Julie Bindel, Weekly Standard
Tuesday, July 21
Europe's Civil War - Anne-Marie Slaughter, Project Syndicate
A Continent Partying Like It's 1939 - Kurt Schlichter, The Federalist
Europe's Confused Attitude to German Leadership - Bill Emmott, FT
Cuba & America: End of an Estrangement - Jon Lee Anderson, New Yorker
What Europe Should Learn from Asia's Crisis - William Pesek, Bloomberg
The Iran Deal Is Transformational - David Rothkopf, Foreign Policy
Russia's Coming Regime Change - Andrei Kozyrev, New York Times
How the U.S., Russia Could Solve Syria - Paul Saunders, Al-Monitor
What Will Obama Do for Syrian Rebels? - Micah Zenko, CFR
ISIS's Jihad Against WiFi - Michael Weiss, The Daily Beast
The Rise of the Islamic State in Yemen - Salisbury & Mohsen, Vice News
Obama's Hollow Africa Policy - Adekeye Adebajo, The Guardian
Why China Wants Jeb vs. Hillary - Aaron Mak, Politico Magazine
Downside of U.S.-Style Elections in Canada - L. Martin, Globe and Mail
In Defense of Vargas Llosa's Public Love Affair - Danilo Arbilla, Espectador
Monday, July 20
Europe's Impossible Dream - Paul Krugman, New York Times
Realism Marks Dutch Foreign Policy - Van Schaik & Drent, Carnegie Europe
Schauble: Germany Is Fighting for Europe - Brinkbaumer et al, Spiegel
Progressives: Help Tories Save the Welfare State - G. Osborne, Guardian
Is Israel Bound for a Train Wreck in DC? - L. Ben-David, Times of Israel
Obama Risks a Constitutional Crisis for Iran - WR Mead, American Interest
The Limits of Obama's Engagement with Iran - Jackson Diehl, Wash Post
Russia's Nuclear Power Play in the Middle East - Melissa Hersh, TNI
The Brexit-Shaped Cloud Approaching London - Economist
Israel, Germany Spar over Franz Kafka's Legacy - J. Dana, The National
The United Nations Welcomes Back Iran - Colum Lynch, Foreign Policy
We Can no Longer Contain Iran - Max Boot, Commentary
The EU Pulverized Greece, and Syriza Helped - Tariq Ali, LRB
Inside Hezbollah's Europe Operations - Matthew Levitt, Daily Beast
Is Nigeria Doomed, or Set to Thrive? - G. Serkin & C. Kay, Bloomberg View
Why Does America Get Lebanon so Wrong? - M. Young, NOW Lebanon
Sunday, July 19
Don't Expect Iran to Change Overnight - Fareed Zakaria, Washington Post
Where the U.S. Caved to Get Iran to Sign - Eli Lake, Bloomberg View
Why Israelis Feel Abandoned - Daniel Gordis, New York Post
Iran Is Drama, but Iraq Is Destiny - Rami Khouri, Cairo Review
Greece Must Default on Debts and Leave Euro - Simon Watkins, Mail
Russian Hackers Target the Pentagon - Shane Harris, The Daily Beast
Was El Chapo Deliberately Released? - James Fredrick, The Telegraph
Syria's Druze Caught Up in Game of Nations - Sami Nader, Al-Monitor
Contradictions of China's Communist Capitalism - Pranab Bardhan, PS
China's Young People Want Sex - Jemimah Steinfeld, The Guardian
Being Gay and Muslim in France - Stephanie Plasse, Worldcrunch
At the Mercy of Delhi's Water Mafia - Aman Sethi, Foreign Policy

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