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Campaign against Qatar ignores its good deeds

Unlike the ruling family in Saudi Arabia constrained by its alliance with Wahhabi clerics, Qatari rulers have determinedly pushed their traditional society toward globalization and westernization.

Why Confederate monuments should remain

Destroying or removing monuments is the easy way out of our obligation to understand our past and improve our future.

Working long hours pointless if not productive

If U.S. workers are wasting more office time on social media, it could mean that productivity gains from new technology are being frittered away on a low-grade form of pseudo-leisure.


OPINION

Shoot down lawmakers’ nuclear option on Russia

Russia’s violation of the INF Treaty is a serious matter. But a tit-for-tat response — developing our own new nuclear missile — won’t make us safer and will only make the problem worse.


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For N. Korean refugee, threat never ends

While Americans were spared this month from North Korea’s threats of nuclear war, she likely will never escape the risk of death at the hands of that regime.


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Set some nuclear ground rules for Kim Jong Un

While denuclearization should remain the international community’s formal goal, it is no longer a practical policy.

OPINION

Trump did some good this week on infrastructure

Trump’s executive order calls for tracking every major infrastructure project, with public disclosure of deadlines and of whether they have been met, alongside potential penalties for poor performance.


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Tillerson, Mattis and Dunford pulled US back from the nuclear brink

After threatening fire and fury, how does a superpower de-escalate? By scrambling its secretary of state, secretary of defense and military chief to reassure foreign leaders that President Donald Trump should be taken seriously, not literally.


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Trump took Palin model, improved it

His popularity is cultural, not political, resilient to the notions of truth and fiction and to Trump’s own failures.

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Good training, data would serve public, police well

Police departments suffer more than the public when facts can’t support what is probably the truth: By far, members of law enforcement carry out their job’s duties in a most commendable manner.


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Is Confederacy finally near the end?

Racists in Charlottesville may have unwittingly given America a truer image of the Confederacy than the 150-year fiction of the Lost Cause.


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Some good news for Trump in latest Russia leak

In this case, it appears that his senior advisers were appropriately alarmed by Papadopoulos’ suggestions and shot down the idea of setting up meetings.


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Time for Republicans to disown Trump

Republicans’ words are insufficient and, at this point, insufferable.

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