Thomas L. Friedman, a New York Times Op-Ed columnist, writes about foreign affairs, globalization and technology.
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A man who helped set off the 2011 Tahrir Square uprising in Egypt has drawn some conclusions about “Facebook revolutions.”
A tidal wave of people threatens to overwhelm our top ally, the E.U.
What if the eras of the E.U., high growth in China, expensive oil and newly independent nations’ economic foundations are all over?
It’s no wonder people are morally aroused by the behavior they are exposed to. But beware when moral arousal manifests as moral outrage.
Here’s the radical campaign platform we need. We’re just not ready for it.
The agreement means we have a chance to avoid unmanageable effects of global warming and to handle the effects we can’t avoid.