Thomas L. Friedman, a New York Times Op-Ed columnist, writes about foreign affairs, globalization and technology.
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Here are the challenges the Obama administration faces in negotiating with Iran.
The United States and China are now totally intertwined.
In a video interview with Thomas L. Friedman, President Obama discussed the calculations that informed the Iran nuclear framework and what they say about his overall approach to foreign policy.
Reading the newspapers in China can be very interesting.
What’s at stake in the nuclear deal with Iran?
How is the rest of the world going to react to an Israeli government that rejects a two-state solution and employs anti-Arab dog whistles to get elected?
In looking at Israel, Iran and ISIS, why does it seem as though we have only bad choices, and nothing ever works?
The influence of Sheldon Adelson, the casino magnate and financial backer of right-wing causes, is being felt in both the United States and Israel.
Now that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel has had his say, it’s time to ask: What is in America’s best interest?