Should the U.S. withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal?

Arguments that Iran has already violated the agreement and that the U.S. should pull out and immediately reinstate sanctions have consequences

Should the U.S. withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal?
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Arguments that Iran has already violated the agreement and that the U.S. should pull out and immediately reinstate sanctions have consequences

Democratic angst and independence turmoil

In Hillary Clinton’s mind, it’s everyone else’s fault. So she’ll continue to hog centre stage and suck up the political oxygen

Democratic angst and independence turmoil
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In Hillary Clinton’s mind, it’s everyone else’s fault. So she’ll continue to hog centre stage and suck up the political oxygen

Putin’s brazen bluffs obscure increasing weakness

Russia is banking that a new U.S. administration will give it a way out of the hole it has dug for itself

Putin’s brazen bluffs obscure increasing weakness
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MICALLEF: Russia is banking that a new U.S. administration will give it a way out of the hole it has dug for itself

Mosul’s fate can only be devastatingly tragic

The liberation of Mosul is going to be the bloodiest, most bitterly-fought urban campaign since Stalingrad

Mosul’s fate can only be devastatingly tragic
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MICALLEF: The liberation of Mosul is going to be the bloodiest, most bitterly-fought urban campaign since Stalingrad

Reining in Iran: Middle East politics at a crossroads

If the arc of Iran's influence grows, on the strength of new nuclear capacity, the whole dynamic in the region will change

Reining in Iran: Middle East politics at a crossroads
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MICALLEF: If the arc of Iran’s influence grows, on the strength of new nuclear capacity, the whole dynamic in the region will change

The brouhaha over Greece, Iran and Atticus Finch

The brouhaha over Greece, Iran and Atticus Finch
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MURPHY: Personal reflections on three of the month’s big stories