All World Affairs Content

18 Jun 2014

'Fatalities' After Blast at Nigeria World Cup TV Venue

The Guardian. Nigeria. 09:51 AM EDT

ICC demands Investigation of Unamid in Darfur

Radio Dabanga. Sudan. 09:42 AM EDT

Two Suspects Arrested Over Sunday's Kenyan Massacre

Africa Review. Kenya. 09:20 AM EDT

Militants Attack Iraq's Largest Oil Refinery As Sectarian Clashes Spread

National Public Radio. United States. 08:02 AM EDT
17 Jun 2014

Maliki Accuses Saudi Arabia of Backing Rebels

Al Arabiya. United Arab Emirates. 05:00 PM EDT

Beijing Redefines Hong Kong's Autonomy

Beijing's leadership is now claiming "comprehensive jurisdiction" over Hong Kong, effectively denying its autonomy. The city-state’s divided opposition movement has rallied in response.

UN Condemns Alleged War Crimes in Iraq

France 24. 03:16 PM EDT

Israel Steps Up Efforts to Crush Hamas in West Bank

Middle East Online. England. 03:03 PM EDT

Jordanian Ambassador Named UN Human Rights Chief

The Jerusalem Post. 02:57 PM EDT

Israel Kidnapping of Three Teens Results in Conflicting Theories

The Globe and Mail. Canada. 02:55 PM EDT

Blast Hits Gas Pipeline in Ukraine

Newsweek. 02:50 PM EDT

ESSAY. My Mind-Melting Week on the Battlefields of Ukraine

New Republic. United States. 02:44 PM EDT

China Premier Li in UK for Annual UK-China Summit

England. Press Release. 01:43 PM EDT

Kazakhstan's 'Pivot to China'?

Institute for Security and Development Policy. Sweden. 01:03 PM EDT

One Shot to the Head: Death Squad Killings in Tagum City, Philippines

Human Rights Watch. United States. 12:59 PM EDT

Police Raids, Intimidation Greet Moscow's Campaign Season

The regime is once again targeting opposition candidates, this time in the vote for the City Duma of Moscow. It’s a dangerous game for Putin to play in a city where he’s so unpopular.

ANALYSIS. Why ISIS Gains in Iraq Are Reshaping Syrian Regime's War Strategy

The Christian Science Monitor. United States. 11:46 AM EDT

Two Russian TV Journalists Killed in Ukraine

The Guardian. England. 11:43 AM EDT

Kuwait to Increase Aid to Refugees in Lebanon

Al Bawaba. Jordan. 11:42 AM EDT

Shiite Militias Reinforce Iraqi Army

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. 11:39 AM EDT

Britain May Reopen Iran Embassy ‘to Strengthen Ties’

Gulf News. United Arab Emirates. 11:33 AM EDT

Editor’s Introduction

I n this issue, we feature several takes on the new international (dis)order being manufactured by Vladimir Putin’s increasingly authoritarian, belligerent, militaristic, and expansive regime, which has so far had its way in Crimea and Eastern Ukraine, ...

Inside Vladimir Putin’s Mind: Looking Back in Anger

Even if President Putin can show the Russian people inconsistencies in Western foreign policy, it hardly justifies his bizarre desire to remake their country as a new Byzantium.

India's Quest to End World Hunger

Der Spiegel. Germany. 11:09 AM EDT

Peter and Caesar: Is Pope Francis Shifting the Vatican’s Worldview?

The first pope from outside of Europe, Francis is less burdened by Vatican tradition—including the foreign policy legacy developed by his predecessors during the Cold War era.

Premier Li Confident of China's 7.5 Percent Growth

China Radio International. 11:05 AM EDT

Tougher Sanctions Now: Putin’s Delusional Quest for Empire

In light of Moscow’s aggression in Ukraine and contempt for the international community, it’s time for Washington to lead an effort to impose sanctions that will actually punish Putin’s regime.