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Jeffrey D. Sachs | America's Dangerous Anti-Iran Posturing 
Donald Trump speaks in 2015 at a rally organized by Tea Party Patriots on Capitol Hill to oppose the Iran nuclear agreement. (photo: Carolyn Kaster/AP)
Jeffrey D. Sachs, Project Syndicate
Sachs writes: "In recent weeks, US President Donald Trump and his advisers have joined Saudi Arabia in accusing Iran of being the epicenter of Middle East terrorism. The US Congress, meanwhile, is readying yet another round of sanctions against Iran. But the caricature of Iran as 'the tip of the spear' of global terrorism, in Saudi King Salman's words, is not only wrongheaded, but also extremely dangerous, because it could lead to yet another Middle East war."
Rosenstein: Special Counsel Mueller Can Investigate Any Crimes He Uncovers in Russia Probe
Kelsey Snell and John Wagner, The Washington Post
Excerpt: "Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein said Sunday that the expanding investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election is continuing apace, even as President Trump dismissed the probe as 'a total fabrication.'"
Barbara Lee's Long War on the War on Terror
Joshua Keating, Slate
Keating writes: "For 16 years, Lee has been trying to repeal the broad and dangerous post-9/11 war authorization. Is she finally winning?"
When a Candidate Conspired With a Foreign Power to Win an Election
John A. Farrell, Politico
Farrell writes: "As investigators rush to understand just what President Donald Trump knew about Russia's attempts to meddle in the 2016 election and when he knew it, the Chennault Affair - and how Nixon got away with it - is as relevant than ever."
A Google Engineer Wrote That Women May Be Genetically Unsuited for Tech Jobs. Women Wrote Back.
Cleve R. Wootson Jr., The Washington Post
Wootson Jr. writes: "In a screed that rocketed around Silicon Valley this weekend, a software engineer at Google blasted the company's efforts to increase the number of minorities and women in its ranks and leadership positions."
Russia Is Sending This LGBT Writer Back to Hell
Ann Nemtsova, The Daily Beast
Nemtsova writes: "Jailed as an Islamist, exiled as an LGBT activist, will this journalist be sent back from Moscow to Uzbekistan? It's a life or death question."
Fossil Fuel Subsidies Are a Staggering $5 Trillion Per Year
John Abraham, Guardian UK
Abraham writes: "A study was just published in the journal World Development that quantifies the amount of subsidies directed toward fossil fuels globally, and the results are shocking. The authors work at the IMF and are well-skilled to quantify the subsidies discussed in the paper."

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