Week of June 29, 2015 Archives
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Sunday, July 5Angela's Ashes: How Merkel Failed Europe
- P. Muller & R. Pfister, SpiegelEurope and Greece, Welcome to the Brink
- Mark Roe, Project SyndicatePostcard from a Paralyzed Athens
- Alexander Clapp, Foreign PolicyWhat Russians Crave: Cheese
- Masha Gessen, New York TimesFighting Terror in Boko Haram Country
- Glenna Gordon, NarrativelyThe Kurdish Moment Arrives
- Michael Tanchum, Foreign AffairsGreece Should Vote Yes, Reluctantly
- Clive Crook, Bloomberg View'Yes' or 'No,' It's Dire all the Same
- Paul Kidner, EU Observer
Saturday, July 4ISIS Begins Its Destruction of Palmyra
- Ishaan Tharoor, Washington PostThe Crisis That Will Forever Scar Europe
- Alan Philps, The NationalWhat Iranian-Americans Think of Nuclear Deal
- Reza Aslan, NY TimesGreece Does Democracy Wrong
- Noah Feldman, Bloomberg ViewWe're Tired of Having Compassion for Greece
- Elaine Teng, New RepublicISIS Fights for a Window to the Sea
- Esperance Ghanem, Al-MonitorFear, Loathing and Australian Politics
- Anneliese Mcauliffe, Al JazeeraCould ISIS Exist Without Islam?
- Kathy Gilsinan, The AtlanticIran Nuclear Deal - What's Cooking in Vienna
- Pepe Escobar, Asia TimesWe Cannot Appease Islamists
- Charles Moore, Telegraph
Friday, July 3Europe's Many Economic Disasters
- Paul Krugman, New York TimesA Way Out for Greece
- Jeffrey Sachs, Project SyndicateWhat Europe's Left-Wing Moderates Forgot
- Kaj Leers, RealClearWorldChoosing Enemy #1 in Cold War 2.0
- Michael Klare, TomDispatchGrexit Is One Thing. What About Italy?
- Tim Hedges, The CommentatorCould Iran's Hardliners Derail a Deal?
- Kathy Gilsinan, The AtlanticThe Worst Deal in U.S. Diplomatic History
- Charles Krauthammer, WaPoGreek Pride Before a European Fall
- George Petrolekas, National InterestCould China or Russia Bail Out Greece?
- Joshua Keating, SlateIs Taiwan Set to Pivot to Beijing?
- Niv Horesh, China Policy Institute BlogJuncker: Greeks Never Wanted a Deal
- T. Palmeri & A. Sander, Politico EUCould the Greek Crisis Be Good for Europe?
- David Ignatius, WaPoISIS Is Suffering Big Losses in Syria
- Zack Beauchamp, VoxSymbols of Freedom and Flags of Hate
- Matthew Bondy, National PostUnleashing Global Economic Mayhem
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Thursday, July 2Europe's Future in Greece's Hands
- EconomistWhy Europe's Future Is Bright
- Beppe Severgnini, New York TimesCuba's Own Napoleon III
- Fabio Rafael Fiallo, RealClearWorldA Critique of Palestinian Nationalism
- Dan Illouz, Jerusalem PostThe Orwellian Logic of Israel's Blockade
- Asher Schechter, HaaretzHamas & Egypt: United Against ISIS
- Adnan Abu Amer, Al-MonitorNo One Is Safe in Kim Jong Un's Court
- Andrei Lankov, NK NewsFrance's Toxic Brew
- Doyle McManus, Los Angeles TimesFinding the Right Words for Canada
- Terry Glavin, Ottawa CitizenHow the Islamic State Threatens Russia
- Ivan Sukhov, Moscow TimesThe War Within Syria's War
- Patrick Cockburn, London Review of BooksTaking Coffee With Vienna's Ghosts
- Lee Smith, Weekly StandardAn Honest Evaluation of the War on Terror
- Micah Zenko, CFRReaganomics Can't Save Japan
- William Pesek, Bloomberg ViewEgypt Proudly Posts Photos of ISIS Corpses
- Nancy Youssef, Daily Beast
Wednesday, July 1Beyond the Greek Impasse
- George Friedman, StratforIranians and Americans Support a Deal
- Joshua Keating, SlateRussia's Eurasian Economic Union Is in Trouble
- Luke Rodeheffer, GRIThe Greek Crisis: So Much More than Money
- Robert D. Kaplan, WSJEurozone Needs a Fundamental Rethink
- A. Muscatelli, The ConversationWho Is the Real Alexis Tsipras?
- Alain Salles, Le MondeTsipras May Have Just Caved
- BBCIs France the Gulf's New Western Partner?
- Julien Barnes-Dacey, ECFRShould Russians Fear Chinese Colonization?
- A. Gabuev, Moscow TimesCongress: Last Line of Defense Against Bad Iran Deal
- J Block, M. HeraldReturn of the Persian Empire?
- James Stavridis, Foreign PolicyIs a Good Deal With Iran Possible?
- Aaron David Miller, CNNChina's Economic Plan to Rule Asia
- Richard Javad Heydarian, TNIPuerto Rico Could Really Use a Bankruptcy
- Matt Levine, Bloomberg ViewChina Tramples Another Obama "Red Line"
- M Thiessen, Washington Post
Tuesday, June 30White House on Greece: Not Our Problem
- Ben White, Politico EUReassessing Obama's Leadership
- David Rothkopf, Foreign PolicyWhy the World Is Back in Love With the US
- Spalding & Lowther, DiplomatGreece and the Nattering Nabobs of the Anglosphere
- D. Woker, LowyUS Steps Up Big on NATO. Will Europe?
- Derek Chollet & Steven Keil, GMFA Crucial Week for the West
- Richard Gowan, World Politics ReviewThe Dark Political Power of Humiliation
- L. Bershidsky, Bloomberg ViewThe EU Becomes the Antithesis of Democracy
- Joseph Stiglitz, PSIn Puerto Rico, Another Fine Debt Crisis
- EconomistFair or Not, This Is Merkel's Crisis Now
- Judy Dempsey, Carnegie EuropeThey Are Neither a State Nor Islamic
- Rehman Chishti, IndependentRussians Lash Out at US Gay Marriage Ruling
- Monaghan, Moscow TimesWhere Is the Center of Canada Anyway?
- Meagan Campbell, Maclean'sErdogan's Dream Is Over
- Cengiz Candar, Al-MonitorPoland to Its Bison: Be Fruitful and Multiply
- Rick Lyman, NY Times
Monday, June 29Greece Over the Brink
- Paul Krugman, New York TimesEurope's 4 Greek Plan B's
- Florian Eder & Zeke Turner, Politico EUDon't Give In to Blackmail, Greece
- Philippe Legrain, Foreign PolicyWhat Happens to Greece Now
- Leonid Bershidsky, Bloomberg ViewOffering Iran Everything It Wants
- Ray Takeyh, Washington PostThe Embarrassing Concessions to Iran
- Stephen Hayes, Weekly StandardThese Days Will Transform Greece and Europe
- Neil Irwin, NYTSell Europe
- EconomistDrachma, How We've Missed You!
- John Lloyd, ReutersTo Grexit and Beyond
- Wolfgang Munchau, Financial TimesBritain's Agony and Anger Over Tunisia Massacre
- Nico Hines, DBWaiting to Be Deported in Santo Domingo
- Joshua Jelly-Schapiro, New YorkerColombia Punishes Its Patriots
- Mary Anastasia O'Grady, Wall Street JournalCan Japan, South Korea Do the Impossible?
- Snyder & Glosserman, TNIFacing China's Most Powerful Leader Since Mao
- Jonathan Fenby, NS
Sunday, June 28This Is It: Greece Set to Default on Tuesday
- Myles Udland, Biz Insider'The Crisis Has Commenced'
- The EconomistTsipras' Top Goal Is to Save Himself
- Matthew Karnitschnig, Politico EUCan Game Theory Explain the Greek Crisis?
- Marcus Miller, BBCWhat if U.S. Never Invaded Iraq?
- Robert Farley, The National InterestOnly Two Issues Can Derail Iran Deal
- Fred Kaplan, SlateA Central American Spring?
- Louisa Reynolds, Foreign PolicyNorth America: The Next Emerging Market?
- Petraeus & Bhayani, FP
Saturday, June 27Terrorism Is Booming, Just Not in U.S.
- Micah Zenko, Foreign PolicyArab Spring's Success Story Under Attack
- Colin Freeman, The TelegraphFear Grips Greece on the Brink
- Heyer & Smoltczyk, Der SpiegelThe 7 Stages of Greek Debt Tragedy
- Jason Manolopoulos, The GuardianGreek Default's Other Casualty? IMF
- Mohamed El-Erian, BloombergPutin's Counter-Revolutionary Russia
- Roger Cohen, New York TimesNATO Boss: Putin's Not Done in Ukraine
- Stewart & Croft, ReutersAndrei Sakharov's Enduring Relevance
- Foreign AffairsKoreas: Bastion of Cold War Realism
- Morgan Potts, The DiplomatWhat's the Endgame on Iran?
- Philip Gordon, PoliticoIraqi Army Can't Be Westernized
- Robert Scales, Wall Street JournalJourney Along Europe's 'Black Route'
- Anthony Faiola, Washington Post
Friday, June 26Russia's Pivot to China Is Real
- Leonid Bershidsky, Bloomberg ViewGermany Losing Faith in America
- Adam Taylor, Washington PostWhy Germans Can't Stand Greek Debt? Nazis
- David Francis, FPGreece's Rich Already Made Their Exit
- John Hooper, The GuardianWhat Really Happened at Sony Hack
- Peter Elkind, FortuneSouth China Sea Is an American Problem
- Jeff Smith, The DiplomatChina's Smoke-Smothered Skies
- Qiu Xiaolong, World Policy JournalFiasco for China's Allies in Hong Kong
- Gordon Chang, World AffairsWill Britain's Labour Party Survive?
- Owen Jones, Le Monde DiplomatiqueErdogan's Shadow Still Looms Over Turkey
- Semih Idiz, Al-MonitorIraqis Don't Trust U.S. to Fight ISIS
- Yaroslav Trofimov, Wall St. JournalPyongyang Unveils New Opulent Airport
- Julie Makinen, L.A. Times
Thursday, June 25What's Most Dangerous Threat to America?
- Mark Katz, National InterestChina's Indian Ocean Strategy
- Brahma Chellaney, Japan TimesChina's Strategy: Invest in the World
- Shannon Tiezzi, The DiplomatU.S., Ukraine Lack Partnership
- Alexander Motyl, World Affairs JournalGrexit Is Really All About Politics
- Anne Applebaum, Washington PostGrexit? EUxit? Or Just Bust for Greece?
- Roger Aitken, ForbesNorth Korea Defectors Recount Ordeal
- Alastair Gale, Wall Street JournalWWII Pilot Finally Found His Way Home
- Alexander Mallin, Yahoo NewsGermany Warmly Welcomes Queen
- Justin Huggler, Daily TelegraphGermany Bans Symbols of Hate. Why Not U.S.?
- Joshua Keating, SlateA Saudi-Russia Energy Partnership?
- Gaurav Agnihotri, Oil PriceThe Miracle of Pope Francis
- William McGurn, Wall Street Journal