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THOMAS FRIEDMAN

Thomas Friedman writes a column for the New York Times.

Articles by THOMAS FRIEDMAN

Commentary: North Korea poses the biggest threat Commentary: North Korea poses the biggest threat
2 weeks ago - - THOMAS FRIEDMAN
Every president has an early foreign policy test, and Donald Trump is no exception. Trump’s test is actually already in progress, and it bears some resemblance to the one faced by a young President John Kennedy. [Read More]
Commentary: Peanut butter on Trump team chins Commentary: Peanut butter on Trump team chins
3 weeks ago - - THOMAS FRIEDMAN
For many years the famous Crystal Palace dinner theater in Aspen featured a cabaret song that every audience loved: “The Peanut Butter Affair.” [Read More]
Commentary: Tony Blair's lesson for Trump Commentary: Tony Blair's lesson for Trump
4 weeks ago - - THOMAS FRIEDMAN
It’s too bad Democrats wouldn’t enlist a foreigner to deliver their rebuttal to President Donald Trump’s address to Congress. They could have just replayed the speech given 11 days earlier by Tony Blair, the former British prime minister. [Read More]
Commentary: Meet 5 Trump administrations Commentary: Meet 5 Trump administrations
5 weeks ago - - THOMAS FRIEDMAN
It should be clear by now that there are five different Trump administrations swirling before our eyes — Trump Entertainment, Trump Cleanup, Trump Crazy, Trump GOP and the Essential Trump — and no one can predict which will define this presidency, let alone make a success of it. [Read More]
Commentary: Trying to connect Trump's dots Commentary: Trying to connect Trump's dots
7 weeks ago - - THOMAS FRIEDMAN
Every day, the president’s behavior becomes more worrying. One day he demeans a federal judge who challenges him; the next day, without evidence, he accuses the media of hiding illegal voting or acts of terrorism. [Read More]
Commentary: A citizen's plea to CEOs Commentary: A citizen's plea to CEOs
8 weeks ago - - THOMAS FRIEDMAN
Dear America’s Business Leaders: I am writing you today because it will soon become clear that you’re going to need to do a job that you’ve never thought of doing before: saving the country from a leader with a truly distorted view of how the world works and the role America should play in it. [Read More]
Commentary: Common goals on issue of jobs Commentary: Common goals on issue of jobs
9 weeks ago - - THOMAS FRIEDMAN
LONDON — I’ve actually been watching the early Trump presidency from London. (I would have gone to the moon, but I couldn’t get a ride.) Even from here I have vertigo. [Read More]
Commentary: Retweeting Donald Trump Commentary: Retweeting Donald Trump
10 weeks ago - - THOMAS FRIEDMAN
When Donald Trump was elected president, it felt to me like the most reckless thing our country had done in my lifetime. But like many Americans, I hoped for the best: He’ll grow into the job. He’ll surround himself with good people. The country could use a jolt of fresh thinking. [Read More]
Commentary: Online and afraid Commentary: Online and afraid
11 weeks ago - - THOMAS FRIEDMAN
And so it came to pass that in the winter of 2016 the world hit a tipping point that was revealed by the most unlikely collection of actors: Vladimir Putin, Jeff Bezos, Donald Trump, Mark Zuckerberg and the Macy’s department store. Who’d have thunk it? [Read More]
Commentary: From hands to heads to hearts Commentary: From hands to heads to hearts
12 weeks ago - - THOMAS FRIEDMAN
Software has started writing poetry, sports stories and business news. IBM’s Watson is co-writing pop hits. Uber has begun deploying self-driving taxis on real city streets and, last month, Amazon delivered its first package by drone to a customer in rural England. [Read More]
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