Greeks are taking stock of the latest European bailout deal. There’s some relief that an exit from the eurozone is now less likely. But many Greeks are gloomy about their own economic future. However some, are seeing some glimmers of hope.
There are two camps on the Greek debt crisis: It's the biggest disaster for European unity since the end of World War II, or it's a big deal, but not nearly as big as it's being made out to be. Only time will tell who's right.
The US and its negotiating partners in Vienna say they are extending the deadline set for an agreement on Iran's nuclear program. The official deadline was today but it has been extended to July 7. Iranians, understandably, are following the news very closely.
The official deadline for a successful resolution of talks between Iran and Western powers is looming. They have until Tuesday to reach a final deal on Iran's nuclear program. But what if there is no deal? What if Iran goes rogue? The US has been preparing for that.
Jonathan Powell played a key role in bringing about peace in Northern Ireland. In a new book, he says the lessons he learned there can be applied to terrorists conflicts around the world — including with ISIS. He says we just need to bring them to the table for negotiations.
Big changes came at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Bonn, Germany. G7 leaders, including those from historically reluctant Japan and Canada, have agreed to call for a full decarbonization of the world's economy by 2100.
Both sides in the Yemen conflict have come to to Geneva at the behest of the United Nations, although not to the same room. Nonetheless, the UN considers the near-meeting a major step forward, with hopes that it will result in a humanitarian pause.