All World Affairs Content

30 Oct 2014

Brazil Stays Populist

President Rousseff of Brazil has won four more years in office, which means (at least) four more years of populist economics that threaten one of the world’s largest emerging markets.

Russia and Ukraine Close to Deal on Gas for Winter

The Financial Times. 01:24 PM EDT

Morocco Vows to Help UAE Fight Terrorism

Al Arabiya. United Arab Emirates. 01:21 PM EDT

Peshmerga Troops Start Entering Syrian Border Town of Kobani

Khaleej Times. United Arab Emirates. 12:16 PM EDT

The Tourniquet: A Strategy for Defeating the Islamic State and Saving Syria and Iraq

Center for New American Security. United States. 12:06 PM EDT

China-India Nuclear Relations

The National Bureau of Asian Research. United States. 12:04 PM EDT

Britain’s Fourth Afghan War

Royal United Services Institute. England. 11:53 AM EDT

Tunisia’s Secular Nidaa Tounes Sweeps Parliament

Al Arabiya. United Arab Emirates. 10:40 AM EDT

Crimea Wants Tunnel to Russia, Not Kerch Bridge

The Moscow News. 10:36 AM EDT

Abbas: Closure of Aqsa 'Declaration of War'

Ma'an News Agency. Palestinian Territories. 10:23 AM EDT

Egypt Starts Demolishing Homes to Create Gaza Buffer Zone

The Sydney Morning Herald. 10:17 AM EDT

India’s Universal Healthcare Plan to Cost US$26 Billion

The National. United Arab Emirates. 10:02 AM EDT

Bahraini Opposition Group Suspended for Three Months

Daily Times. Pakistan. 09:55 AM EDT

Clashes in Bangladesh as Islamists Protest Leader's Death Order

Channel News Asia. Singapore. 09:52 AM EDT

Russia Eyes Railway-for-Resources Project with North Korea

The Straits Times. Singapore. 09:44 AM EDT

Kidnapped German National Freed in Nigeria

PM News. Nigeria. 09:40 AM EDT

UN, World Bank Chiefs in Regional Security Pledge

Capital FM. Kenya. 09:36 AM EDT

With Limited Gains, US Bombing Campaign Faces Growing Criticism

National Public Radio. United States. 09:09 AM EDT

Nigeria's Goodluck Jonathan to Run Again in Elections

Africa Review. Kenya. 09:01 AM EDT