World News Update

World_News_Update_revised logoGreece Says No; Now What?

Fragile Europe, Exposed and Unmoored by Greek Vote,” Dr. Paola Subacchi – Chatham House, July 6, 2015

Greek Referendum Wasn’t What You Think,” Marc Champion – BloombergView, July 6, 2015

Beware of Greeks Casting Blame,” John Fund – National Review, July 5, 2015

Greece Votes No,” Judy Dempsey – Carnegie Europe, July 6, 2015

Ukraine – The Forgotten Crisis

Ukraine is More Important than Greece,” Anders Åslund – Atlantic Council, July 6, 2015

How to Empower Ukraine and Bring Moscow Back to the Table,” Jan H. Kalicki – Reuters, July 6, 2015

Will We Let Ukraine Die?” Jackson Diehl – The Washington Post, July 5, 2015

Iran – Iranian-Americans and Iranian Leaders Weigh in on the Nuclear Deal

Why Iran’s Supreme Leader Wants a Deal,” Omid Memarian – Politico Magazine, July 5, 2015

What Do Iranian-Americans Think of the Nuclear Deal?” Reza Aslan – The New York Times, July 3, 2015

Turkey Weighs its Options in Syria

A Unilateral Turkish Intervention in Syria?” Aaron Stein and Faysal Itani – Atlantic Council, July 2, 2015

Why Would Turkey Invade Syria?” Jeremy Shapiro and Ömer Taşpinar – Brookings, July 2, 2015

Egypt – From Arab Spring to Military State

President Sisi’s Very Bad Year,” Rami G. Khouri – Al Jazeera America, July 6, 2015

Egypt’s Coming Chaos,” Steven A. Cook – Foreign Policy, July 3, 2015

China Confronts a Slumping Stock Market

Stock Slump Casualty: The Myth of Chinese Exceptionalism.” Andrew S. Erickson and Gabe Collins – The Wall Street Journal, July 6, 2015

Did China’s Stock Market Crash Just End Economic Reform?” Oliver Blade Barron – Forbes, July 5, 2015

Vietnam – A Communist Goes to Washington

The Right Way to Read US-Vietnam Relations Today,” Ton Nu Thi Ninh – The Diplomat, July 6, 2015

Vietnam and US Inching Closer Together,” Rodion Ebbighausen – Deutsche Welle, July 6, 2015