Greek voters rejected European austerity. It could lead to Athens being left out of the eurozone.
David FrancisDavid Francis is a staff writer for Foreign Policy, where he oversees FP's breaking news blog, The Cable. An award-winning journalist, David has reported from all over Europe, Nigeria, Kenya, Mexico, and Afghanistan on terrorism, national security, the geopolitics of energy, global economics, and the European financial crisis. His work has been published in outlets including the Christian Science Monitor, the Financial Times Deutschland, Slate, and SportsIllustrated.com.
The legendary race's long history of thugs, drugs, and cheating. Benjamin SolowayBenjamin Soloway is an editorial assistant at Foreign Policy. He worked previously in Indonesia as a web editor and Princeton in Asia journalism fellow at the Jakarta Globe. He has also lived in Turkey and Brazil. His work has been published in the Boston Globe, the New Republic, USA Today, the Washington Post, and other publications. He has a BA in history from Wesleyan University.
On June 29, despite anti-government protests over President Pierre Nkurunziza's decision to seek a third term, Burundians in Bujumbura braved the threat of harm to head to the polls. Will BoaseWill Boase is a freelance photographer based in Uganda.
As Greek voters head to the polls to decide their economic future, there's one country that already has money bound up in the country that has the capital to bail them out. But will Xi step in to save Tsipras?
The most explosive issue in Tehran isn’t the nuclear agreement ⎯ it’s the continued imprisonment of the leaders of the Green Movement. And one unlikely parliamentarian is picking a fight with Iran’s hardliners over their fate.