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NICHOLAS KRISTOF

Nicholas Kristof writes a column for the New York Times. Contact Kristof at Facebook.com/Kristof, Twitter.com /NickKristof or by mail at The New York Times, 620 Eighth Ave., New York, NY 10018.

Articles by NICHOLAS KRISTOF

Commentary: Mr. Obama, try these arguments Commentary: Mr. Obama, try these arguments
2 weeks ago - - NICHOLAS KRISTOF
It would be a catastrophe for American influence in the world if Congress killed the Iranian nuclear deal. Perhaps because the stakes are so high, the debate has become poisonous. Critics are (ludicrously) accusing President Obama of appealing to anti-Semitic tropes. [Read More]
Commentary: Making life harder for pimps Commentary: Making life harder for pimps
3 weeks ago - - NICHOLAS KRISTOF
In the long struggle against sex trafficking, we finally have a breakthrough! It didn’t come from Congress; rather, it came from credit card companies. [Read More]
Commentary: Our sex-crazed Congress Commentary: Our sex-crazed Congress
4 weeks ago - - NICHOLAS KRISTOF
To appreciate the dumbing down of American politics, consider this: Conservative Republicans, indignant about abortion, are trying to destroy a government program that helps prevent 345,000 abortions a year. [Read More]
Commentary: Naysayers wrong about Iran deal Commentary: Naysayers wrong about Iran deal
4 weeks ago - - NICHOLAS KRISTOF
Mike Huckabee says President Barack Obama is using his nuclear deal to “take the Israelis and march them to the door of the oven.” Mitt Romney describes it as a “generational calamity.” [Read More]
Commentary: A millennial named Bush Commentary: A millennial named Bush
5 weeks ago - - NICHOLAS KRISTOF
The time-honored way to speak of young people is with horror. They’re wild, reckless, irresponsible, narcissistic, immoral and hopeless. Now along comes this generation of millennials, and we have a problem. [Read More]
Commentary: Starvation as a product of war Commentary: Starvation as a product of war
5 weeks ago - - NICHOLAS KRISTOF
AWEIL, South Sudan — One gauge of the famine looming in South Sudan is that people are simply collapsing from hunger. [Read More]
Commentary: Bill and Melinda Gates' pillow talk Commentary: Bill and Melinda Gates' pillow talk
5 weeks ago - - NICHOLAS KRISTOF
What do Bill and Melinda Gates argue about? Not whose turn it is to wash the dishes or take out the garbage, it seems, but headier stuff. The prospects for eradicating polio. The utility of empowering women. The best ways to save lives. [Read More]
Commentary: The Dalai Lama speaks his mind Commentary: The Dalai Lama speaks his mind
6 weeks ago - - NICHOLAS KRISTOF
The Dalai Lama, who may be the only octogenarian spiritual leader with a profoundly mischievous streak, has a suggestion for China’s communist leaders: Take up reincarnation. [Read More]
Commentary: Carter's legacy and a rabbit Commentary: Carter's legacy and a rabbit
7 weeks ago - - NICHOLAS KRISTOF
Quiz time: Which American president was attacked by a “killer rabbit”? It was Jimmy Carter, although the incident says more about the news media than it does about Carter. [Read More]
Commentary: Atrocities should galvanize Obama Commentary: Atrocities should galvanize Obama
8 weeks ago - - NICHOLAS KRISTOF
IN THE MARSHLAND OF SOUTH SUDAN — Barefoot and shell-shocked, the survivors trickle into a village here with unimaginable stories of rape, castration and mass murder committed by a government that the United States helped install. [Read More]
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