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[Noah Feldman] Trump’s wiretap tweets raise risk of impeachment

The sitting president has accused his predecessor of an act that could have gotten the past president impeached. That’s not your ordinary exercise of free speech. If the accusation were true, and Pr...

Updated : 2017.03.09 17:45

[William McKenzie] How to be a globalist and a nationalist

The overarching issue shaping so much of our public debate is the intense, often unsettled relationship between the realities of a globalized economy and the pull of a national identity. The latter f...

Updated : 2017.03.09 17:39

Trump’s revised travel ban is no less misguided

The new travel ban President Trump signed Monday is no less misguided and damaging to those trying to travel to the US, or to those seeking refuge from war-torn regions of the world, than the origina...

Updated : 2017.03.09 17:38

[Trudy Rubin] Headed to Iraq to find out what lies ahead

In his State of the Union address, President Trump hardly mentioned foreign policy. But he did repeat his campaign promise to “demolish ISIS” and “extinguish (it) from the planet.” The battle to upr...

Updated : 2017.03.09 17:37

[Rachel Marsden] Can we survive robot onslaught?

It’s often by listening for the vibrations in the muck that one can pick up on the big moral conflicts looming ahead. And this one’s a doozy, involving nothing less than the next industrial revolut...

Updated : 2017.03.09 16:12

[Timothy Snyder] Climate change rollback would threaten national security

If Donald Trump proceeds to roll back rules on climate change, as promised, he will be remembered as the most pro-immigration and pro-terrorist president in US history. Global warming will force tens...

Updated : 2017.03.08 17:42

[Dan K. Thomasson] Press-presidential conflict necessary part of democracy

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump’s animosity toward the press may be softening somewhat as he bumps up against the reality that we in print used to remind politicians of every once in awhile: It d...

Updated : 2017.03.08 17:42

[Andrew Sheng] Deconstructing Trump policies for Asia -- It's the border tax, stupid!

US President Donald Trump finally sounded presidential in his address to the US Congress last week, after a tumultuous first month of sound and fury in tweets, executive orders and policy switches th...

Updated : 2017.03.08 17:41

[Adam Minter] How crazy is SpaceX's moon mission?

If all goes as planned, two tourists will crawl into a space capsule at the end of next year and blast off for a weeklong trip to the moon and back. It’s the ultimate couple’s vacation, offered exclu...

Updated : 2017.03.08 17:40

[Other View] Trump's tweets go too far again

President Trump either needs to sleep in, or throw his Twitter account out one of the gilded windows in his Florida estate. If he doesn’t, it’s America that will be tossing and turning. The presiden...

Updated : 2017.03.08 17:39

[Yang Sung-jin] High-end digital music market in the offing

In addition to photography, gaming and drawing, I have added another potentially (and financially) lethal field to my hobbies – audio. But the segment in question is not exactly traditional hi-fi th...

Updated : 2017.03.08 17:38

[Dick Meyer] How's he doing? What Trumpers think so far

In a column a few weeks ago, I asked supporters of President Donald Trump to email me their views of how he is doing so far. They did and I thank everyone who took the time to write. This is not, o...

Updated : 2017.03.07 17:55

[The Nation] ASEAN aims for unity on tourism

If Southeast Asia is to truly be a single tourist destination, give visitors from afar a single visa to travel freely. The Association of Southeast Asian Nations is undertaking a tourism marketing ...

Updated : 2017.03.07 17:49

[Sandy Shea] Has our tolerance only been skin deep?

Less than an hour after Barack Obama was elected president for the first time, I was standing outside and watched as hundreds of young people marched toward Philadelphia’s City Hall. They were black,...

Updated : 2017.03.07 17:49

[Christopher Balding] China's hidden risks rise

A major factor behind the soaring growth of risky wealth-management products in China is that investors typically think the government stands behind them. Lately, nervous regulators have been emphasi...

Updated : 2017.03.07 17:48