NY Times columnist and Pulitzer Prize winning author of Lexus and the Olive Tree and From Beirut to Jerusalem.

Why 2014 is a big deal

livemint.com — Gasoline prices at the pump are falling toward $2.50 a gallon-which would be the lowest national average since 2009-and consumers are rushing to buy SUVs and trucks. Photo: Bloomberg I was just about to go with a column that started like this: When they write the history of the global response to climate change, 2014 could well be seen as the moment when the balance between action and denial tipped decisively toward action.

Why 2014 Is a Big Deal

nytimes.com — I WAS just about to go with a column that started like this: When they write the history of the global response to climate change, 2014 could well be seen as the moment when the balance between action and denial tipped decisively toward action.

Airing torture report shows how Americans are different

mysanantonio.com — this act of self-examination is not only what keeps our society as a whole healthy, it's what keeps us a model that others want to emulate, partner with and immigrate to - which is a different, but vital, source of our security as well.

Thomas Friedman: We're Always Still Americans

timesunion.com — this act of self-examination is what keeps us a model that others want to emulate, partner with and immigrate to - which is a vital source of our security as well. In wartime, civil liberties are often curtailed and abused, and then later restored.

Thomas L. Friedman: Torture report important in rebuilding trust

kansas.com — Our post-Sept. 11 fears led us to tolerate some terribly aberrant, dishonest and illegal behaviors that needed to be fully exposed, because big lies being tolerated lead to little lies being tolerated lead to institutions and trust being eroded from the inside.

Column: We're always still Americans

tampabay.com — Why do people line up to come to this country? Why do they build boats from milk cartons to sail here? Why do they trust our diplomats and soldiers in ways true of no other country?

Thomas L. Friedman: We’re always still Americans

sacbee.com — Making public the torture report is what keeps us a model that others want to emulate, partner with and immigrate to - a different, but vital, source of our security as well.

We’re Always Still Americans

nytimes.com — Why do people line up to come to this country? Why do they build boats from milk cartons to sail here? Why do they trust our diplomats and soldiers in ways true of no other country?

Friedman: How the Islamic State drives Muslims from Islam

chron.com — What's less visible: the online backlash against the Islamic State by young Muslims declaring their opposition to rule by Islamic law and even proudly avowing their atheism. Nadia Oweidat, a senior fellow at the New America Foundation, who tracks how Arab youths use the Internet, says the phenomenon "is mushrooming - the brutality of the Islamic State is exacerbating the issue and even pushing some young Muslims away from Islam."

Thomas Friedman: Islamic State is driving Muslims from Islam

timesunion.com — Nadia Oweidat, a senior fellow at the New America Foundation who tracks how Arab youths use the Internet, says the phenomenon "is mushrooming - the brutality of the Islamic State is exacerbating the issue and even pushing some young Muslims away from Islam."
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Dec 17, 2014

Obama on Cuba: “It’s time for a new approach.” Exactly right.

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