11 Aug

Events of Interest and Analyses, A Foreign Perspective



U.S. Election

  1.  Does rising poverty matter?

  2. Romney names Paul Ryan as running mate

  3. Profile: Paul Ryan

  4. Negative ads fill airwaves

  5. Is Romney too rich for voters?

  6. US 2012 infographic

  7. Swing states hold the key

NATO troops and police killed in Afghanistan

At least 11 police officers fatally shot by their colleague in Nimroz while six NATO soldiers are killed in Helmand.
Last Modified: 11 Aug 2012 15:50 GMT

Central & South Asia

US unions seek to regain political clout

As unions hold a mass demonstration in Philadelphia, some say labour movement must change to survive.

The enemy within?

 The Cafe

11 Aug 2012 11:46 GMT

 Israel has always felt under siege, but its internal problems could be more damaging than any external threat.

Women are the new Wembley heroes

 Andrew McFadyen11 Aug 2012 14:14 GMT
The Olympic Games have turned the spotlight on the resurgence in women’s football.

 Syria welcomed them – now it has spat them out

The Palestinians caught in Syria’s crossfire have fled. Robert Fisk met them in Bourj el-Barajneh, Beirut.


David Usborne: The parched prairies of the Midwest are facing a natural disaster not seen since the 1930s.

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