Thomas L. Friedman, a New York Times Op-Ed columnist, writes about foreign affairs, globalization and technology.
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Is anyone paying attention to the awful things President Vladimir Putin of Russia is doing to Ukraine, not to mention his own country?
You can’t dance around the topic of radical Islam.
How about a million-person march by Muslims for Muslims?
Rising cybercrime is roiling and reshaping today’s world before we’ve learned to adjust. How does anyone adapt?
We haven’t seen the ramifications of the drop in global oil prices yet.
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.