By Fred Hiatt The biggest beneficiary of Vladimir Putin's depredations, at least in the short term, may be China. It's not just that, with his European markets constricting, Putin is easy pickings for Chinese negotiators when he comes selling ... Qatar Peninsula, 2 weeks ago
Hiatt: China's lawless path - Washington Post, 2 weeks ago
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Regarding Fred Hiatt's Feb.9 op-ed column, Science that is hard to swallow : All the scientists in the world confirming that the food in our grocery stores won't hurt us does not address the primary objections to genetically modified food.Washington Post, 1 month ago Hiatt: Science that is hard to swallow Washington Post, 1 month ago
Fred Hiatt's Feb.23 op-ed column, A credibility gap , did a marvelous job detailing President Obama's foreign policy missteps. But these missteps were guided by a pernicious philosophy already permeating U.S. foreign policy under President George ...Washington Post, 1 month ago
By , Through the wild swings of Chinese history since its Communist revolution in 1949, there has been one constant: Outsiders have rarely understood what was happening while it was happening. During the Great Leap Forward, from 1958 to 1961, ...Washington Post, 2 months ago
Fred Hiatt, in his Dec. 29 op-ed column, Lessons of Lincoln's press war , wrote that President Abraham Lincoln managed to trump critical editors by appealing in honest, passionate accessible public letters and speeches. But if that failed, he could ...Washington Post, 2 months ago
The Washington Post's editorial page editor, Fred Hiatt, ignores most of the factual debate on genetically modified crops when he argues they are needed to feed the World in his Science that is hard to swallow editorial. Hiatt misleads by only ...ActionAid USA, 1 month ago Science that is hard to swallow Truth About Trade, 1 month ago
By , Last week the Ghost of Gridlock Present crossed paths in Washington with the Ghost of Gridlock Future. It makes for a spine-chilling tale. Gridlock Present was haunting the Senate, where legislators dissolved into partisan warfare over a ...Washington Post, 6 days ago
By , C an President Obama sell an Iran deal at home? If his negotiators strike an agreement next month, we already know that it will be far from ideal: Rather than eradicating Iran's nuclear-weapons potential, as once was hoped, a pact would ...Washington Post, 1 month ago
By , As President Obama stumbles in implementing his own strategy for combating terrorism, the United States is reverting, almost by default, to an earlier, failed approach: a reliance on dictators to do our dirty work. The latest, and ...Washington Post, 2 months ago Why consort with dictators to fight terrorism? Stars and Stripes, 2 months ago
"It's simple math," is the refrain often uttered by those seeking to explain why cutting, not expanding, Social Security is the choice to make. A variation of that phrase, "arithmetical realities of an aging society," appeared in Fred Hiatt's recent ...Huffington Post, 3 days ago
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