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A man wearing a yarmulke embroidered with U.S. and Israeli flags attends a Hanukkah reception at the White House in Washington, December 9, 2015.
Trump, Clinton, and Israel
What is Next for Washington and Jerusalem
By Steven Simon and Dana H. Allin
A Mission Impossible on Israel's Frontiers
Letter from the Golan Heights
By Dennis Jett
An Iranian cleric walks past a mural on the wall of the former U.S. embassy in Tehran, February 21, 2007.
The Iran Deal Worked
Here's How to Make It Even More Effective
By Trita Parsi
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A newly born Western Lowland Gorilla baby is held by its mother 'Frala' in their enclosure at Taronga Zoo in Sydney, Australia, May 2015.
Toward Animal Personhood
Why They Need Legal Rights
By Steven M. Wise
Zimbabwe's Dying Dictatorship
Zimbabwe faces an uncertain future as President Robert Mugabe approaches the end of his life.
By Michael Bratton and Eldred Masunungure
China's Charitable Turn?
China’s new law on foreign nongovernmental organizations, passed in late April, will regulate how such groups operate for the first time in the country’s modern history. Many Chinese government agencies will probably continue to welcome overseas assistance, as they have for years. But Beijing will restrict the help they receive to narrowly defined charity efforts, leaving less room for an independent civil society.
By Josh Freedman
Having It All
The historian Frank Trentmann has written the first total history of consumption. Empire of Things is an original, ambitious account that begins in the fifteenth century, spans the globe, and examines a wide range of regimes, from liberal democracies to fascist dictatorships.
By Victoria de Grazia
Human Work in the Robotic Future
Automation will increasingly reshape the labor market in radical ways, and the changes will call for policies that reap the gains of new technologies while still protecting the vulnerable. Policymakers should follow two principles simultaneously: encourage work and allow flexibility and experimentation.
By Andrew McAfee and Erik Brynjolfsson
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