Iran is putting its hopes on a Democratic president

Observing America’s politics from Tehran must feel like sitting court-side at the US Open: Your head pivots side to side as you cheer your favorite player, hoping he’ll win the next set. And that’s dangerous. America’s hyper-partisan politics hamper Washington’s ability to conduct a coherent foreign policy. Last year, President Trump withdrew his predecessor’s big gift to the mullahs, known […]

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Rangers all-in on John Davidson gamble that now must work

So now it appears as if it is down to one…one candidate to succeed Glen Sather as Rangers president in the wake of Steve Yzerman’s decision to return to Detroit to become general manager of the Red Wings team he captained to three-Cup glory a couple of decades ago. That one candidate is John Davidson, and the inference drawn here […]

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Robbo and Ronnie on fair dinkum collision course at world championship

The two best snooker players on the planet right now are Australian, and that might come as a surprise ahead of the world championships beginning in Sheffield this weekend. There’s Neil Robertson, the affable, peroxide blond 37-year-old who proudly draped himself in an Australian flag when he won the 2010 title at the Crucible Theatre – something no Australian had […]

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