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Published: Sun, 25 Jun 2017 07:01:00 GMT

 



Worldview:
WORLDVIEW



Trump's failing 'Big Man Doctrine'
The President clearly believes communing with autocrats (or having his son-in-law act as surrogate) is the key to a great deal. But so far his "Big Man Doctrine" has been a big bust.



Shine a light on N. Korean crimes against humanity
Because North Korea is so isolated, and international access so limited, the regime is able to commit its human-rights outrages out of sight. That isolation can be breached.



France shows how to rise above party divisions
Macron's economic message crossed party lines: Loosen labor laws and lower taxes on small- and medium-size businesses; open France to trade but also to immigration; reform, dont reject, the European Union.



Trump must stop supporting Arab boycott of Qatar
Far from helping the war on terrorism, this Sunni Arab strife could undercut it. Equally worrisome, the president's plunge into an intra-Arab power struggle illustrates the incoherence of foreign policy-making in his administration.



Comey puts spotlight on Trump's litany of lies
The former FBI director's testimony highlighted this burning issue: How can Americans or our allies trust a president who can't, or won't, stop debunking the truth?



From Iraq, a good-news immigration story
The tale concerns the reversal of a cruel injustice the U.S. bureaucracy perpetrated on the Albaiedhani family, whose sons worked as interpreters for the U.S. Army.



Hail the wannabe leader of the unfree world
The president's adulation for autocrats is disturbing on multiple levels. He fails to grasp the need for democracies to stand together at a time when Moscow threatens their interests and Beijing is expanding its reach.



Worldview:
Worldview columnist Trudy Rubin has the day off.



Trump's Muslim speech hollow at core
Let’s get to the glaring hole at the core of the president’s oration: the absence of any reference to the central Saudi role in the radicalizing of Islam.