All World Affairs Content

26 Sep 2017

Angola's dos Santos Hands Over the Baton After 38 years

Africa Review. Kenya. 03:50 PM EDT

Top Official Vows ‘Clear Rules’ to Develop Oil and Gas Industry

Dominican Today. Dominican Republic. 03:37 PM EDT

Court Orders Trial Against Elusive Ex-Official 'Embezzled' US$88.5M

Dominican Today. Dominican Republic. 03:35 PM EDT

Saudi Arabia Agrees to Let Women Drive

New York Times. 03:32 PM EDT

Second UN Mission in Colombia Begins Today

Prensa Latina. Cuba. 03:29 PM EDT

US Targets North Korean Banks, Individuals With New Sanctions

Bloomberg. United States. 03:23 PM EDT

Libyan Rival Parties Hold Peace Talks in Tunisia

Africa News. Republic of the Congo 03:20 PM EDT

Libyan Rebel Leader Meets Top Italian Officials in Rome Visit

Middle East Online. England. 03:19 PM EDT

Italy Brushes off Southern Alliance in EU Agency Race

EU Observer. Belgium. 12:09 PM EDT

Polish President Disappoints EU on Judicial Reform

EU Observer. Belgium. 12:08 PM EDT

Far-Right AfD's Surge Worries Muslim Refugees in Germany

Deutsche Welle. Germany. 12:00 PM EDT

The Transatlantic Meaning of Donald Trump: A US-EU Power Audit

European Council on Foreign Relations. England. 11:53 AM EDT

Turkey Sees Expanding Role in Afghanistan

Middle East Institute. United States. 11:53 AM EDT

Is the Kurdish Referendum 'Mission Accomplished' for Barzani?

The Washington Institute on Near East Policy. United States. 11:52 AM EDT

US Citizen Detained in Yemen by Houthi Rebels

Middle East Monitor. England. 11:36 AM EDT

Thai PM to Meet with Trump at White House in October

South China Morning Post. Hong Kong. 11:33 AM EDT

Pakistan Court to Indict Ousted Prime Minister

Gulf Times. Qatar. 11:31 AM EDT

US to Limit Russian Military Flights Over American Territory

The Daily Beast. United States. 11:29 AM EDT

Russian, Pakistani Forces Launch Joint Exercise In North Caucasus

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. United States. 11:27 AM EDT

UAE Crown Prince Meets With Egypt's President to Discuss Regional Issues

The National. United Arab Emirates. 11:26 AM EDT
25 Sep 2017

The Black Sheep of NATO

As an increasingly undemocratic Turkey continues to challenge NATO, a recent case has illustrated how NATO appears to lack the will to defend its own values.