The world waits

Here are some front pages from around the world today, courtesy of the Newseum’s website. I’ve seen the polls too, but I still think Belgium’s De Standaard is jumping the gun a bit: “The Word Holds its Breath” leads Quebec’s Le Soleil: George W. is still very much on the minds of Medellin’s El Colombiano ...

By , a former associate editor at Foreign Policy.
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Here are some front pages from around the world today, courtesy of the Newseum's website.

I've seen the polls too, but I still think Belgium's De Standaard is jumping the gun a bit:

Here are some front pages from around the world today, courtesy of the Newseum’s website.

I’ve seen the polls too, but I still think Belgium’s De Standaard is jumping the gun a bit:

“The Word Holds its Breath” leads Quebec’s Le Soleil:


George W. is still very much on the minds of Medellin’s El Colombiano who proclaim this, “The Day of Bush’s Successor”:

This one from the Czech Republic is just terrifying:

Joshua Keating was an associate editor at Foreign Policy. Twitter: @joshuakeating

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