Thomas L. Friedman, a New York Times Op-Ed columnist, writes about foreign affairs, globalization and technology.
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China burns money for its stock market, Russia burns food as a nationalist distraction and the U.S. is now burning pluralism for politics.
Mideast governments that are often focused on bloody conflicts are being stressed by the pressures brought on by Mother Nature.
My thinking as an Israeli grocer would be different from as an Israeli general, and that would be still different from as the prime minister.
I’d certainly pay a nickel for the candidates’ thoughts.
Events 36 years ago still shape the region, but that could change.
We can do things to increase the odds that our bet against Iran getting a bomb pays off.
In an exclusive interview, President Obama says the deal is “the most definitive path by which Iran will not get a nuclear weapon.”