Thomas L. Friedman, a New York Times Op-Ed columnist, writes about foreign affairs, globalization and technology.
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It’s too late for a great accord on limiting Iran’s nuclear program, but maybe not a worthwhile one.
The world has changed, and so has the way the game of nations is played.
So many presidential candidates. So few daring ideas or trade-offs.
We have the workers. We have the jobs. Now we just need an employment dating service.
The SEED School of Maryland has just graduated its first class, sending them on to colleges all over the country.
We need a new motto for battling extremism in the Middle East. “Fighting terrorism” hasn’t worked so well.
Huge disruptive inflections in technology, the labor market and geopolitics have the 2016 presidential candidates in a leadership quandary.
At 86, the man himself looks back at some of the predictions he made and how they have held up.