Changes beyond the control of the region’s leaders are spurring a new Middle East.
Thomas L. Friedman
So far, no Democratic candidate is claiming to be ready.
The congresswoman and I have a lot in common — but not her stance on Israel.
Leaders around the world have learned that they can do as they wish without the U.S. calling them out.
Chatbots and other computers are learning, but we still have skills they don’t.
Fractures are growing among both Democrats and Republicans.
The College Board came up with a surprising conclusion about keys to success for college and life.
Building a border wall won’t solve our immigration problem.
Deep learning, deep insights, deep artificial minds — the list goes on and on. But with unprecedented promise comes some unprecedented peril.
The U.S. should send more soft power and less hard power to the region.