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Haaretz's Zvi Bar'el explains what – beyond a nuclear program – Iran seeks to achieve from negotiations, and what implications a deal would have on Israel. Read more ...

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30 Mar 2015

Iran Daily:

Facing Tuesday's informal deadline for general nuclear agreement, Iran's lead negotiator declares talks with 5+1 Powers are [...] Read more ...

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30 Mar 2015

Photos: Inside China’s unknown mega-city

Tim Franco, a Paris-born photographer now based in Shanghai, has spent the past five-plus years documenting the intense change that urbanization has brought to the Chinese mega-city of Chongqing. Until 1997, Chongqing was a neglected city in the poor Sichuan province. It is two hours by plane to any of China’s richer and better-known cities like [...] Read more ...

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30 Mar 2015

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It will be impossible to bridge the gaps between the leftists and rightists, because both will be correct. So, I offer three things worth noting. Read more ...

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30 Mar 2015

Why Sanctions on Russia Don’t Work

The Western approach to Russia assumes that continued pressure on the country will cause President Vladimir Putin’™s regime to make concessions or even crumble. But, as recent opinion polls suggest, such an approach is less likely to undermine the regime than to cause Russians to close ranks in Putin’s defense. Read more ...

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30 Mar 2015

Bombing Iran Is a Terrible Idea