Thomas L. Friedman, a New York Times Op-Ed columnist, writes about foreign affairs, globalization and technology.
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It’s better to be wary of getting involved in Syria than rushing to do so.
A new film about Yitzhak Rabin’s 1995 assassination in Israel could serve as a warning about Donald Trump and Ben Carson’s divisive, bigoted campaigns.
It’s time to rate the performances of a number of the people who worked hard to get the agreement or to stop it.
The fallout of collapsing countries continues to spill into our orderly world, and just isolating ourselves won’t change that.
The greatest purveyors of radical Islam aren’t the Iranians, as a general says. The Saudis win that title hands down.
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.