Gazans and Israel could have made peace before. Now, demographic and ecosystem issues add urgency.
Thomas L. Friedman
The president could have protected American interests without scrapping the nuclear deal. But that’s not all he wanted.
The similarities in government propaganda, toeing the ruling party’s line and political self-censorship are disturbing.
A lot more is at play than unfair trade tariffs.
The U.S. and Europe aren’t alone in feeling the effects of people fleeing a World of Disorder for a World of Order.
So far they’ve fought in the shadows, through proxies, assassination squads and cyber-virus attacks. That may be about to change.
He has undertaken so many actions that contributed to the weakening of Russia that you have to wonder.
Amazing technology that gives everyone a voice can also breed isolation and empower bullies.
They are steadily eroding norms, but they can be stopped.
He’s right that we have a real trade problem with China. But he’s wrong about what to do about it.