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How Putin’s yoga stretched US coverage of Ufa summits

How Putin’s yoga stretched US coverage of Ufa summits

His repertoire aside, much US coverage of Russia and its president is in the context of "isolation" and "alienation".

Greece votes ‘No ‘, ‘Grexit’ now looms

Greece votes ‘No ‘, ‘Grexit’ now looms

What is certain now is that Greece will for the next week or two face fiscal uncertainty that will rock European and global markets.

Greece decides its future in the Eurozone

Greece decides its future in the Eurozone

Germany's finance minister tells German media a possible "Grexit" could be temporary.

Analysis: Rousseff’s ‘yes, we can’ moment with Obama

Analysis: Rousseff’s ‘yes, we can’ moment with Obama

This is not merely a visit to mend fences with Obama - it's about marketing Brazil as a lucrative market.

Hillary focuses on an ‘inclusive America’ in campaign rally

Hillary focuses on an ‘inclusive America’ in campaign rally

Clinton said that while the Republicans cut taxes for the wealthy, family income was suffering, but Republicans say she offers nothing new.

Iraq, Allies trade blame over ISIL gains

Iraq, Allies trade blame over ISIL gains

French FM Laurent Fabius reiterated Western "determination to fight the Islamic State", but acknowledged that "it is a long-term battle".

Cameron defies polls, wins outright majority

Cameron defies polls, wins outright majority

It would not be the first time that the polls have underestimated support for the Conservatives.

US Defense official seeks ‘rebalance’ in Asia-Pacific

US Defense official seeks ‘rebalance’ in Asia-Pacific

In the past few years, Japan, Philippines and Vietnam have contested Chinese maritime claims.

Putin: Russia’s BRICS presidency to focus on Development Bank

Putin: Russia’s BRICS presidency to focus on Development Bank

The Bank will fund infrastructure projects and challenge World Bank and IMF dominance.

European stocks – a good buy?

European stocks – a good buy?

A Bank of America Merrill Lynch Fund Manager Survey found that they were "significantly more positive on the outlook for Europe".