Thomas L. Friedman, a New York Times Op-Ed columnist, writes about foreign affairs, globalization and technology.
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American voters should learn from Turkey’s experience with an out-of-control leader.
The Republican Party hasn’t been a productive part in a two-party democracy for a long time, but a crushing loss this fall could force it to change.
The British vote by a narrow majority to leave the European Union is not the end of the world — but it does show us how we can get there.
Disruptions in Copernicus’s day offer lessons today.
We need to think about the moral implications of where technology is taking us.
After much selling out, the Republican Party has become morally bankrupt. We need a New Republican Party to support a healthy two-party system.
Some whoppers could affect the whole country.