Thomas L. Friedman, a New York Times Op-Ed columnist, writes about foreign affairs, globalization and technology.
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There was a lot of Putin envy going around earlier this year. Oh how things have changed.
A nation struggles with its identity.
This could have been the year that tipped the scales toward action on climate change. Then the price of oil started falling.
The Senate committee’s torture report shows that fear after 9/11 was terribly corrosive.
Young Arabs are boldly speaking out against rule by Shariah.
How the foreign policy of fear took hold after Sept. 11.
Need something to talk about over Thanksgiving dinner? Here are some suggestions.
What happens when some 6,000 park rangers, scientists, environmentalists and others gather to brainstorm how to guard and expand the earth’s protected areas?
On a visit to Dubai, several conversations pondered whether the crown jewel of the United Arab Emirates caused the Arab awakening.
ISIS forces a painful look in the mirror for Arab Muslims.
Dreams, nightmares and the war against ISIS.
The other great geopolitical struggle in the world today is happening on the Internet.