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Charlottesville, ISIS and Us
Pluralism is America’s strength, both at home and abroad.
Does Qatar Support Extremism? Yes. And So Does Saudi Arabia.
If the West is worried about who’s promoting radicalization, Riyadh is the principal suspect.
Qatar Buys Italian Warships as Persian Gulf Crisis Deepens
The foreign ministers of Qatar and Italy reached a deal for seven warships on Wednesday, as the two-month-old Gulf crisis appears unlikely to abate.
Persian Gulf Rivals Competed to Host Taliban, Leaked Emails Show
The United Arab Emirates contends that Qatar’s hosting of a Taliban embassy is evidence of extremism. But the U.A.E. wanted to host it, too.
The Hacking Wars Are Going to Get Much Worse
Big countries like Russia don’t have a monopoly on misinformation anymore. Expect things to get messy.
Qatar Criticizes ‘Face-Saving’ Move by Arab Antagonists in Gulf Crisis
Qatar’s United Nations envoy said the seemingly eased demands by the four countries that cut relations were a “response to the heat they have already received.”
Countries That Broke Ties With Qatar Indicate Some Flexibility on Demands
Instead of 13 specific conditions, Arab diplomats proposed six broad principles for the Qataris to meet.
Qatar Opens Its Doors to All, to the Dismay of Some
The tiny country has become the freewheeling hub of the Middle East. But assertions that it is furthering dissent and terrorism have led to a blockade.
U.S. Shuts Out Nicaragua and Takes First Place in Group
The Americans scored the three goals they needed to reclaim the top spot from Panama in the Gold Cup. They will play in a quarterfinal match on Wednesday.
Decimated Muslim Brotherhood Still Inspires Fear. Its Members Wonder Why.
Members of the Islamist movement, many in exile in Turkey, are puzzled to see their once-powerful but beleaguered group at the center of the Qatar crisis.
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