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Four Neighboring Countries Demand That Qatar Shut Down Al-Jazeera

Egypt, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia and the UAE want the Pan-Arab news network silenced. It has less independence than in earlier years but is still a voice that would be sorely missed if lost.

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Islamic State Blows Up Historic Nuri Mosque in Mosul

The militant group claims the United States struck the site, but the U.S. Air Force denies it bombed that part of the Iraqi city.

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How Dangerous Is Saudi Arabia’s Change in Royal Succession?

King Salman has ousted his nephew and named his son, Mohammed bin Salman, heir apparent. Some believe the new crown prince (pictured) is too reckless to hold so much power.

Posted on Jun 21, 2017 READ MORE



Can the U.S. Establish a ‘Deconfliction’ With Russia in Syria?

Tensions are high after the Air Force shot down a Syrian warplane, leading Russia to announce it may shoot down any U.S. aircraft operating in western Syria.

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Do Trump’s Tweets Embolden Violent Bigots?

Islamic State and other extremist groups want us to hate, and the president is one of the chief dupes of that strategy.

Posted on Jun 19, 2017 READ MORE



10 Percent of U.S. Electricity Came From Wind and Solar in March—a First

Solar jobs are growing 17 times faster than jobs in the general economy. Despite President Trump’s reneging on the Paris climate pact, renewable energy is forging ahead.

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Why Saudi Extremism Is an Argument for Electric Cars, Wind and Solar Energy

Saudi Arabia has gotten too big for its britches, and the oil-producing Middle East is turning even more unstable. And if you are an American, it is your fault.

Posted on Jun 14, 2017 READ MORE



Top 6 Signs Donald Trump Really Doesn’t Like Being Investigated

High-powered investigators appointed to look into the president’s affairs all seem to end up in the unemployment line.

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The Tillerson-Trump Rumble Over Qatar Shows White House Divisions

The U.S. has two foreign policies: that of the former ExxonMobil CEO who is an old Middle East hand, and that of a Queens real estate mogul who became president.

Posted on Jun 10, 2017 READ MORE



U.K. Election Results in Hung Parliament: Is Trumpism Pushing Europe Left?

The Labour Party’s good showing involved several major components, including Donald Trump’s deep unpopularity in the United Kingdom.

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