All World Affairs Content

23 Sep 2014

Pakistan, Australia Agree to Expand Trade, Economic Ties

Daily Times. Pakistan. 09:00 AM EDT

Four Killed in Peshawar Blast

The News. Pakistan. 08:51 AM EDT

Karzai Slams US, Pakistan in Farewell Speech

The Express Tribune. Pakistan. 08:44 AM EDT

Syria Says Kerry Sent Letter About Raids in Advance

The Daily Star. Lebanon. 08:15 AM EDT

WHO: Ebola Contained in Nigeria, Senegal

Al Jazeera America. United States. 04:42 PM EDT

Iran, Saudi Arabia Find Common Foe in IS

Times of Oman. 04:41 PM EDT

New Zealand May Ditch Flag to Shed Colonial Ties to Britain

The Independent. England. 04:38 PM EDT

ISIS Militants Kill 40 Iraqi Troops, Capture 68

Gulf News. United Arab Emirates. 04:26 PM EDT

Huthi Rebels Hold Key Sanaa Offices After Hard-Won Peace Deal

Middle East Online. England. 04:21 PM EDT

Yemeni Official: 340 Killed in Week-Long Fighting

Global News. Canada. 04:08 PM EDT

Japan PM Abe to Push for Permanent Seat at UN Security Council

Channel News Asia. Singapore. 04:02 PM EDT

A Dispatch from Iraqi and Syrian Kurdistan

Michael J. Totten's blog My friend and colleague Jonathan Spyer recently traveled to Iraqi and Syrian Kurdistan—as usual, the only “safe” places to go in those countries—and published a dispatch from the front line in the war against the Islamic ...

Abbas Weighs International Action Against Israel

Ma'an News Agency. Palestinian Territories. 03:59 PM EDT

China, Russia Mull Mongolia Gas Route Amid Ukraine Crisis

Radio Free Asia. United States. 03:23 PM EDT

Pakistan Appoints Ally of Army Chief to Head Intelligence Agency

Khaleej Times. United Arab Emirates. 02:44 PM EDT

US Rejects Iran Bid to Link ISIS Fight to Nuke Talks

Al Arabiya. United Arab Emirates. 02:39 PM EDT

Hong Kong Students Strike for Democracy

Financial Times. 02:36 PM EDT

Mediators Urge End to Fighting in South Sudan

New Vision. Uganda. 02:31 PM EDT

South Africa Signs Nuclear Deal with Russia

News 24. South Africa. 02:23 PM EDT

Fiji's Election and Australia: The Terms of Re-engagement

Lowy Institute for International Policy. Australia. 01:48 PM EDT

Will Putin's Successor Be Worse?

Observers of Russia who say that Vladimir Putin will probably be replaced by someone worse are merely offering the same excuse all dictators make for themselves: après moi, le déluge.

Nonmilitary Approaches to Countering Chinese Coercion: A Code of Practice for the Asia-Pacific

Center for New American Security. United States. 01:33 PM EDT

Putin's Grand Strategy: The Eurasian Union and Its Discontents

Institute for Security & Development Policy. Sweden. 01:28 PM EDT

Kerry: US Looking for Help from Turkey Against ISIL

Today's Zaman. Turkey. 12:53 PM EDT

Cameron in a Pickle Over Scotland Promises

EU Observer. Belgium. 11:45 AM EDT

Peaceful Democratic Transition Begins in Afghanistan

Khaama Press. Afghanistan. 11:38 AM EDT

China Buoyed by ‘Important Consensus’

The Hindu. India. 11:32 AM EDT

Yemen Government Signs Peace Deal with Houthi Rebels

The National. United Arab Emirates. 11:30 AM EDT

130,000 Syrian Kurds Fleeing ISIS Reach Turkey

Al Arabiya. United Arab Emirates. 09:26 AM EDT

After Rancor, Afghans Agree to Share Power

The New York Times. 08:43 AM EDT