NEWSLETTER: FP Editor’s Picks


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Misguided approach. Thirty years ago, the Madrid peace conference intended to resolve the Arab-Israeli conflict. Regional cooperation failed to facilitate peace then—and it’s likely to fail again, Dalia Dassa Kaye writes.

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Big gamble. The Sudanese military expected limited resistance when it seized power. It underestimated the passion and resilience of the Sudanese people, Rebecca Hamilton writes.

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Shifting identity. India’s foreign policy in the Middle East has fundamentally shifted: New Delhi is now advancing its own interests instead of supporting another country’s empire, FP’s C. Raja Mohan writes.

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Loneliest lactation consultant. Pakistan has 50 million women of childbearing age—yet only one practicing lactation consultant to help them feed their newborns, Hina Husain writes.

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What in the world? From departing princesses to record-breaking giant pumpkins, this has been a busy week in international news! Are you up to speed? Test yourself in our weekly news quiz by FP’s Nina Goldman.