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Targeted killings won’t end the Iranian nuclear program — but could make a deal more likely, @MaxBoot  writes

What changes after covid-19? I’m betting on everything, @AsymmetricInfo  writes

The outgoing administration is in a hurry to put to death as many as possible before Jan. 20, the Editorial Board writes

Iran’s political establishment faces a serious test of will. So will Joe Biden, @JRezaian  writes

Do liberals or conservatives believe in religious freedom? The answer is yes, Kevin Baine writes

Drug addiction is merciless, indiscriminate, unyielding, lonely. When someone extends a hand out of such darkness, we should take it, Sosha Lewis writes

Let Trump try to defend racist, traitorous Confederates. Congress can still prevail, @Ty_Seidule  writes

The Republican Party of 2020 may look different from its earlier incarnations, but the fundamentals remain the same, @jamescdownie  writes

"Sofia — my kind, droll, openhearted daughter — was broken. Alone in her dorm room, she told me she felt smothered by anxiety." Read more from @LizetteNYT :

These so-called brain pills aren’t worth the price they’re charging seniors, one reader writes #PostLetters 


"Impeachment exposed Trump’s corruption, but the confluence of a pandemic, a financial crisis and the stoking of societal divisions has roused the soul of the American people," @AVindman  writes in an op-ed.

We’ve never backed a Democrat for president. But Trump must be defeated. An op-ed from @ProjectLincoln’s@gtconway3d , @reedgalen , @SteveSchmidtSES , @JWGOP  and @TheRickWilson :

#EndSars shows that Muhammadu Buhari is the biggest threat to Nigeria’s democracy, @KarenAttiah  writes

China thinks it can defeat Hong Kong’s protesters. It can’t, @keithrichburg  writes in @PostOutlook 

An op-ed from Ukrainian politician Serhiy Leshchenko: Why is Rudy Giuliani trying to drag my country’s president into Trump’s reelection campaign?