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Message Of China's Meltdown: The Growth Miracle Is Over

Markets: China's stock market retreat has turned into a panic and, despite massive intervention, its government is helpless. Fact is, after a long …


Change your gun laws, America - The Washington Post

Since 9/11, the United States has responded aggressively to the danger of terrorism, taking extraordinary measures, invading two countries, launching military operations in many others, and spending more than $800 billion on homeland security. Americans have accepted an unprecedented expansion of …


Fareed Zakaria: The solution to gun violence is clear - The Washington Post

Announcing Wednesday that he would send proposals on reducing gun violence in America to Congress, President Obama mentioned a number of sensible gun-control measures. But he also paid homage to the Washington conventional wisdom about the many and varied causes of this calamity — from mental …


On GPS: Will there be war with China?

On GPS, Kevin Rudd and Thomas Christensen explain the dynamics behind tension between China, the U.S., and the Asian allies. But will it come to war?


Shapiro on how to clone a mammoth

Evolutionary biologist Beth Shapiro tells Fareed about her work in "de-extincting" or resurrecting extinct creatures.

Fareed Zakaria on Mullah Omar

Fareed discusses the Iran deal and reports of the death of Mullah Omar.

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On GPS: A dire warning on climate change

James Hansen, who first sounded the alarm on global warming, explains his new research on how catastrophic sea level rises could destroy coastal cities.

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Understanding Iran: Everything You Need to Know, From Persia to the Islamic Republic, From Cyrus to Ahmadinejad Kindle Edition

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Fareed Take's: Debating the Iran deal in Congress

The Obama administration made a calculated bet that Iran will comply with the deal, but people in Congress who disagree are taking the real gamble.

Middle East

What in the World: Japan to re-militarize?

Should Japan pass new legislation to re-militarize? Fareed looks at the impact this would have on Asian and international politics.


The China Challenge: Shaping the Choices of a Rising Power 1st Edition

On GPS: Energy Secretary Moniz on terms of Iran detail

Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz responds to critics of the Iran detail, explaining why he is confident in the inspection access and centrifuge infrastructure.

Middle East

On GPS: Krugman on impact of a Grexit

Krugman says Greece will likely exit the Euro, which would neither be trivial nor spark a crisis like 2008 all over again.

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Air pollution costs European economies US$ 1.6 trillion a year in diseases and deaths, new WHO study says

Copenhagen and Haifa, 28 April 2015

A staggering US$ 1.6 trillion is the economic cost of the approximate 600 000 premature deaths and of the diseases …


How Can Greece Take Charge?

If there’s one message that Greece should take away from its recent confrontation with the euro zone, it’s that it will never get the help it really needs. Assuming that the deal goes through, Greece should be able to reopen the banks and keep the economy from total collapse. But, with that economy …


Counting the Cost of Energy Subsidies

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Counting the Cost of Energy Subsidies

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July 17, 2015

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On GPS: The world's worst refugee crisis since WWII

David Miliband and Nicholas Kristof tell Fareed how internal conflict within states led to 42,500 new refugees a day in 2014.

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Don’t expect Iran to change overnight - The Washington Post

In selling the nuclear deal with Iran, the Obama administration has been careful to point out that it is just an agreement on nuclear issues. “[The deal] solves one particular problem,” President Obama explained in his news conference on Wednesday. And supporters and critics alike are quick to …

Middle East

Zakaria: Obama's critics gamblers on Iran - CNN.com

(CNN)The crucial reason the sanctions have been so effective — more than critics expected — is that they are comprehensive. Leaky sanctions, especially when the leaks are in major countries such as China, Russia and India, are worthless, perhaps even almost counterproductive. They don't inflict …

Middle East

Fareed's Take: Will the deal open Iran to the world

After the nuclear deal with Iran, Fareed wonders how Iran's foreign policy will change and draws on lessons from China's history.

Middle East

Obama’s critics are the real gamblers on Iran - The Washington Post

Let’s imagine that the opponents of the nuclear agreement with Iran get their way: The U.S. Congress kills it. What is the most likely consequence? Within one year, Iran would have more than 25,000 centrifuges, its breakout time would shrink to mere weeks and the sanctions against it would crumble. …

Middle East

On GPS: Will Iran's foreign policy shift after deal?

Vali Nasr explains why the U.S. and Iran could find space for convergence on a variety of issues concerning the Middle East after the nuclear deal.

Middle East

Krugman on Greece: We're by no means out of the woods - CNN Video

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On GPS: Is Iran in a "midlife crisis"?

Fareed asks Robin Wright and Bret Stephens about the changing mood in Iran. Do the people and the regime envision the same future?

Middle East