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Wednesday, April 16
Surprise Attack on Iran: Can Israel Do It? - Thomas Saether, Nat'l Interest
The Slow Death of Free Speech in the West - Mark Steyn, The Spectator
Foreign Policy Is No Place for 'Red Lines' - Sen. Rand Paul, Washington Post
A Different Israel Meets a Different America - Thomas Friedman, NY Times
Russian Sanctions Could Blow Up in America's Face - Dan McGroarty, RCW
Putin Is the Next Hitler, He Must Be Stopped - Paul Johnson, Forbes
Putin's Ukraine Plan: Chaos & More Chaos - David Marples, Moscow Times
Russia or Ukraine: Israel Struggles to Choose - David Landau, Haaretz
Iraq Is Imploding Again - Ned Parker, New York Review of Books
Why Putin's Ukraine Adventure Is Doomed - David Francis, Fiscal Times
China's Uncomfortable Ukraine Bind - Chivvis & Lin, Global Public Square
Why Losing Scotland Would Devastate Britain - Con Coughlin, Telegraph
Will Afghanistan Squander Its Successful Vote? - Zahid Hussain, Dawn
U.S. Elections Are Rigged but Canada Can Help - Andrew Prokop, Vox
Sex Workers Stoked for World Cup - Olga Khazan, The Atlantic
Tuesday, April 15
The Slow Death of the Old Global Order - Robert Merry, National Interest
What Does Vladimir Putin Want? - David Blair, Daily Telegraph
West's Good Intentions Ending Badly in Ukraine - Richard Gwyn, The Star
Is Washington Giving Putin the Green Light? - David Frum, CNN
West Can't Have It Both Ways on China - William Pesek, Bloomberg View
Iran Diplomacy Needs Teeth - Mark Dubowitz, National Post
Eight Hopeful Legacies of the Arab Spring - John Cassidy, The New Yorker
Where the Only Rule Is Terror - Michael Gerson, Washington Post
Misreading Modi - Amana Fontanella-Khan, Foreign Policy
Maduro's Failures All Too Apparent - Carlos Montaner, Miami Herald
Killing Tigers in China - Minxin Pei, Indian Express
The Two Wise Men of Tunisia's Transition - Emily Cadei, Ozy
France, Islam and the 'Spreading Hatred' - John Vinocur, Wall St. Journal
Good Irish vs. Bad Greeks? - Fintan O'Toole, Irish Times
China's Porn Crackdown Has Little to Do with Porn - Lily Kuo, Quartz
Monday, April 14
Go Ahead, Vladimir, Make My Day - Thomas Friedman, New York Times
Kiev Government to Deploy Troops in Ukraine's East - Peter Leonard, AP
Waking Up to the Russian Threat - Sohrab Ahmari, Wall Street Journal
As Maduro Flails, Venezuela's Military Rises - Marcel Ventura, Daily Beast
India's Election Won't Be Decided on Old Lines - Pankaj Mishra, Bloomberg
Press Control and Propaganda in Putin's Russia - Maxine David, The Convo
The Mideast Peace Process Paradox - Jackson Diehl, Washington Post
The Arabs' 1848 - Azar Gat, The National Interest
Why China Prefers Europe to the United States - Lanxin Xiang, GMF
America's Ugly Win in Afghanistan - Andrew Peek, The Fiscal Times
Waving the Flag for Britishness - Allan Massie, Daily Telegraph
Kazakhstan Fears Ukraine's Fate - Ryskeldi Satke, The Diplomat
The Slaves of Sinai - Geoffrey Clarfield, National Post
Why America Will Learn to Love Cricket - Martin Pengelly, The Guardian
How Japan Copied U.S. Culture and Improved It - T. Downey, Smithsonian
Sunday, April 13
America in Global Retreat? Nonsense - Michael Cohen, The Guardian
Putin Can Take Ukraine Without an Invasion - Jamie Dettmer, Daily Beast
Xenophobic Chill Descends on Moscow - David Herszenhorn, New York Times
6 Russian Myths About Crimea - Michael Bohm, Moscow Times
Return of the Generals in Turkey - Marcus & Karaveli, National Interest
Venezuela's Protesters Fight the Ghost of Chavez - Rosie Gray, BuzzFeed
Democracy Catching Up to the Crooks in India - Haroon Siddiqui, The Star
Why Quebec Finally Saw the Light - Brian Wilson, The Scotsman
Congress Must Rethink Sanctions on Cuba - Reihan Salam, Reuters
The End of Lebanese Exceptionalism - Rami Khouri, The Daily Star
The 'Global' Malala Yousafzai - Rafia Zakaria, Dawn
Proof That Britain Lost to the IRA - Peter Hitchens, Daily Mail
What Germany Owes the Jews - David Horovitz, Times of Israel
Why Some See Big Potential in Tiny Farms - Doug Saunders, Globe and Mail
Beirut's Most Dangerous Slum - Jeff Neumann, Vocativ
Saturday, April 12
It's Time for Kerry to Stop Coddling Israel - Bernard Avishai, New Yorker
Burden of Peace Is on the Palestinians - Alan Dershowitz, Jerusalem Post
How Lazy Are the French? Not as Much as You Think! - Hugh Carnegy, FT
10 Lies the U.S. Tells About Afghanistan - Jean MacKenzie, Global Post
U.S. Influence Hits a New Low - John Batchelor, Al Jazeera
West's Blunders on Ukraine Go Unquestioned - Nikolas Gvosdev, WPR
An Evolving Tale of Two Chinas - Kevin Rafferty, Japan Times
India Deserves Better - Amol Rajan, London Evening Standard
No, Israel Isn't Turning into a Theocracy - Yair Rosenberg, Tablet
India's Nukes in Focus - Praveen Swami, The Hindu
Putin, a 19th Century Bully - Paul Roderick Gregory, Defining Ideas
A West Bank Solution for Crimea - David Warszawski, Gazeta Wyborcza
Is Abe Destroying Democracy to Defend Japan? - Takanori Sonoda, EAF
Syria Will Lose an Entire Generation of Children - Khaled Hosseini, NYT
The Allure of Wars We're Not Winning - Andrew Bacevich, Wash Post
Friday, April 11
Can Kerry Get Netanyahu to Go Big? - Jeffrey Goldberg, Bloomberg View
Kerry Risks Threefold Failure - Alan Philps, The National
Warning Signs of Trouble in China's Markets - David Ignatius, Wash Post
Alibaba, Weibo and China's Potential for Growth - Ian Bremmer, Reuters
Scare Tehran, Please - Reuel Marc Gerecht, Weekly Standard
Has Iran Already Achieved Its Nuclear Goals? - Arch Roberts, Yale Global
NATO's Eastern Ukraine Propaganda War - Mary Dejevsky, The Guardian
Russia: Arsonist Posing as a Safety Inspector - Michael Weiss, Foreign Policy
Time for Germans to Stop Romanticizing Russia - Christian Neef, Spiegel
A Drug Lord Cuts a Deal - Patrick Radden Keefe, The New Yorker
World Economy May Be Stuck in Neutral for Years - J. Warner, Telegraph
Did Putin Kill a Polish President? - Will Cathcart, The Daily Beast
3 Reasons Obama Just Got More Popular Abroad - Zack Beauchamp, Vox
Is a French Intifada Brewing? - Marc Hecker, The American Interest
Why a Flag Has New Zealand in a Flap - Jeffrey Simpson, Globe and Mail
Thursday, April 10
Pity the Palestinians? Count Me Out - Norman Podhoretz, Wall St. Journal
UN Is Now the Best Hope for a Palestinian State - John Judis, New Republic
Is Estonia Worth a War? - Justin Logan, The National Interest
Shakespeare Invented Britain -- He Can Save It - Dan Hannan, Spectator
The Indian Ocean World Order - Robert Kaplan, Stratfor
Protesting for Privilege in Venezuela - Seumas Milne, The Guardian
Britain Didn't Understand Enemy in Helmand - Mike Martin, Telegraph
Is Anyone Still Watching Assad? - David Kenner, Foreign Policy
Hawks Can't Find Ukraine on a Map - Dropp, Kertzer & Zeitzoff, Monkey Cage
Support Ukraine, Wherever It Is on the Map - Charles Lane, Wash Post
The Fable of 'India First' - Chandrahas Choudhury, Bloomberg View
Why Facebook Is So Interested In India's Elections - Rega Jha, BuzzFeed
In Libya, Politicians Live in Fear of Powerful Militias - Maggie Michael, AP
Keeping an Eye on Algeria - Geoff Porter, New York Times
Trudeau's Backpacking Guide to International Relations - Justin Ling, NP
Wednesday, April 9
Playing Hockey with Putin - Thomas Friedman, New York Times
It's Not Just the Russians Spoiling for a Fight - Mark Almond, Telegraph
Putin's Borrowed Playbook - David Ignatius, Washington Post
China Might Actually Seize Japan's Southern Islands - James Holmes, FP
How to Calm Asia's History Wars - Mochizuki & O'Hanlon, National Interest
Food Prices Are Going to Topple More Governments - Josh Keating, Slate
Chinese Savers Can Change the World - Martin Wolf, Financial Times
Sweden and Finland Face Their Russian Fears - Suvi Turtiainen, Die Welt
Who Are You Calling Fascist, Putin? - Cathy Young, Weekly Standard
The False Promise of Arab Regime-led Reform - Rami Khouri, Daily Star
No Room for Dissent in India's Dynasty Politics - Siddhartha Deb, Guardian
Is India About to Abandon No First Nuke Doctrine? - Zach Keck, Diplomat
Anxious? Afraid? Vote Parti Quebecois - Chris Selley, National Post
Is Scottish Independence Really a Big Deal? - Michael McGough, LA Times
How the Italian Mafia Is Infiltrating Germany - Jorg Diehl, Der Spiegel
Tuesday, April 8
Putin Isn't Invading Ukraine -- He's Sabotaging It - Steve LeVine, Quartz
America's New Anti-Strategy - Victor Davis Hanson, National Review
India Is a Young and Anxious Country - Jason Burke, The Guardian
The Dangers of German Haplessness - Jan Techau, Carnegie Europe
Russia's Ace in the Hole: a Super-Missile for Iran - Eli Lake, Daily Beast
Genocides, Remembered and Forgotten - George Packer, The New Yorker
Can China Rise Peacefully? - John Mearsheimer, The National Interest
U.S., Iran Share a Common Enemy: Heroin - Stephen Kinzer, Boston Globe
Quebecers Say No to Separatism - Andrew Coyne, National Post
Did Syrian Rebels Gas Civilians? - Seymour Hersh, London Review of Books
The Holes in Seymour Hersh's Syria Story - Marc Champion, Bloomberg
John Kerry Must Channel James Baker - Aaron David Miller, New Republic
Bihani: Pacifist Yogi or al-Qaeda Threat? - Carol Rosenberg, Miami Herald
Why I am Still a Neoconservative - Reihan Salam, Slate
Game of Thrones, Starring George W. Bush - Zack Beauchamp, Vox
Monday, April 7
Can Putin Be Countered? - Walter Russell Mead, The American Interest
Putin's Czarist Folly - Robert Service, New York Times
Obama's Attention Deficit Diplomacy - Edward Luce, Financial Times
11 Things to Know About the World's Biggest Vote - Peter Bergen, CNN
Modi's Record Isn't the Big Success He Claims - Timmons & Khullar, Quartz
America's Clueless 'Cuban Twitter' Scheme - Tim Padgett, WLRN
Afghan Election Hailed as Taliban Threat Remains - Kim Gamel, AP
Don't Ignore Women's Struggles in Muslim World - Margaret Wente, G&M
The Cold War Rages in Hong Kong - Fred Hiatt, Washington Post
Russia: Poison State Running on Dirty Cash - Heather Mallick, Toronto Star
A U.S. Ally in Putin's Line of Fire - Matthew Kaminski, Wall Street Journal
Rwanda's Keeper of the Dead - Jina Moore, BuzzFeed
How to Unlock Africa's Economic Potential - Jim O'Neill, Bloomberg
Yes, London Is an Unfriendly City - Stuart Heritage, The Guardian
Is Australia Embracing the Monarchy Again? - Jon Pearlman, Telegraph
Sunday, April 6
History Is Repeating Itself in Africa - Geoffrey York, Globe and Mail
The Spark That Ignited the Rwandan Genocide - Jon Rosen, Slate
If We Can Let Syria Burn, Have We Learned Anything? - James Traub, FP
Is Obama Posturing on Syria (Again)? - Michael Weiss, NOW Lebanon
Unseen Ripple Effects Out of Ukraine - John McLaughlin, Ozy
The Yalta Temptation in Ukraine - Yulia Tymoshenko, Project Syndicate
In the New Cold War, Which Side Is God On? - Pat Buchanan, Creators
How Ukraine Could Alter New York's Skyline - Megan McArdle, Bloomberg
A Mega Battle for India's Secular Soul - Haroon Siddiqui, Toronto Star
The World's Next Macho Nationalist - Dileep Padgaonkar, Times of India
China's Poisonous Waterways - Sheng Keyi, New York Times
The Knife to Canada's Throat - Robert Fulford, National Post
How Europe Is Destroying the Baltic Sea - Alex B. Berezow, RCScience
Venezuela's Best 'Anti-Coup' Medicine - Andres Oppenheimer, Miami Herald
Will GoT Make Ireland the Next New Zealand? - Sam Shankman, Quartz

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