Issue: North Africa and The Middle East

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Israel’s Turmoil Over Its Judiciary Should Be a Warning to the U.S
Does the U.S. Need to Contain China in Africa?
When Putin Turned His Back on Reaganomics
For a fleeting period he implemented serious tax reform before he did an about-face.
A Guide to Avoiding the IMF–China Debt Trap
Lower-income countries can choose monetary reform, or they can continue being treated as leverage in a messy game of international politics.
The Verdict Is in for El Salvador’s Bitcoin Experiment: It Failed
How Old Bad Ideas Become Wonderful
We in America are regressing—now returning to the distant neanderthal past, now embracing the worst of what the 19th and 20th century had to offer.
Sanctions Are Hurting the West More Than Russia
Our New Antoinettes
These humanitarian rich feel just terrible about the sins of America, but not terrible enough to sacrifice any element of their privileged lifestyles—the just deserts they feel for being so righteous.
Biden and Oil: Destroy America in Order to Save It
Our current oil shortage did not arise from a foreign war or tsunami, but from a deliberate policy to curtail oil production to force a more rapid transition to battery-powered transportation.
America Needs Proactive Energy Solutions, Not False Allegations

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