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Friday’s Reading List

By Taylor Marvin

Boris Kustodiev, 'The Merchant's Wife', 1918. Via Wikimedia.

Boris Kustodiev, ‘The Merchant’s Wife’, 1918. Via Wikimedia.

What I read this week:

Roger Cohen reviews Vali Nasr’s upcoming book: “Diplomacy is tough and carries a price, but the price is higher when it is abandoned.”

A new report shows Mexican security forces responsible for numerous disappearances.

Pope Benedict will remain in the Vatican after resigning, reportedly to retain legal immunity.

More on the flawed, too-big-to-fail F-35.

A new CNAS report by Colin Kahl, Melissa G. Dalton and Matthew Irvine asks whether an Iranian nuclear weapon would spur Saudi Arabia to seek the bomb.

The Antlers – Kettering

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