Bloomberg notes the closure of Poland’s frontier with Kaliningrad, looks at how Google is beating out Facebook in helping India get connected to the Internet, notes British arms makers’ efforts to diversify beyond Europe and examines the United Kingdom’s difficult negotiations to get out of the European Union, looks at the problems of investing in Argentina, looks at the complications of Germany’s clean energy policy, observes that the Israeli government gave the schools of ultra-Orthodox Jews the right not to teach math and English, examines the consequences of terrorism on French politics, and examinesat length the plight of South Asian migrant workers in the Gulf dependent on their employers.
Bloomberg View notes Donald Trump’s bromance with Putin’s Russia, examines Melania Trump’s potential immigrant problems, and is critical of Thailand’s new anti-democratic constitution.
CBC looks at how some video stores in Canada are hanging on.
The Inter Press Service notes that the Olympic Games marks the end of a decade of megaprojects in Brazil.
MacLean’sapproves of the eighth and final book in the Harry Potter series.
The National Postreports on a Ukrainian proposal to transform Chernobyl into a solar farm, and examines an abandoned plan to use nuclear weapons to unleash Alberta’s oil sands.
Open Democracy looks at the relationship between wealth and femicide in India, fears a possible coup in Ukraine, looks at the new relationship between China and Africa, examines the outsized importance of Corbyn to Britain’s Labour Party, and looks how Armenia’s defeat of Azerbaijan has given its veterans outsized power.
Universe Today notes proposals for colonizing Mercury, looks at strong support in Hawaii for a new telescope, and examines the progenitor star of SN 1987A.
Wiredemphasizes the importance of nuclear weapons and deterrence for Donald Trump, and looks at how many cities around the world have transformed their rivers.
Bloomberg notes that Brexit might drive British migration to Australia, suggests Russia’s recession might be coming to an end, looks at carbon emissions from dead trees, and reports on Guiliani’s liking for Blackberry.
Bloomberg View notes Israel’s tightening restrictions on conversions and looks at how Putin has become a US election issue.
CBC notes the construction in Turkey for a cemetery for participants in the recent coup.
Gizmodo reports on flickering AR Scorpii, an unusual binary.
The Inter Press Service reports on urban land tenure for migrants and describes Malawi’s recent translocation of elephants.
MacLean’sdescribes the Chinese labourers of the First World War.
The National Postnotes the marginalization of conservative white men in the Democratic Party.
Open Democracy looks at politics for the United Kingdom’s Remain minority, looks at Scotland’s European options, and suggests Hillary needs to learn from the lessons of Britain’s Remain campaign to win.
The Toronto Starnotes the plans of Tim Horton’s to expand to Southeast Asia, starting with the Philippines.
Bloomberg notes concerns over Northern Ireland’s frontiers, looks at how Japanese retailers are hoping to take advantage of Vietnam’s young consumers, examines the desperation of Venezuelans shopping in Colombia, looks at Sri Lankan interest in Chinese investment, suggests oil prices need to stay below 40 dollars US a barrel for Russia to reform, observes that Chinese companies are increasingly reluctant to invest, and suggests Frankfurt will gain after Brexit.
Bloomberg View gives advice for the post-Brexit British economy, looks at how Chinese patterns in migration are harming young Chinese, suggests Hillary should follow Russian-Americans in not making much of Putin’s interference, and looks at the Israeli culture wars.
CBC considers the decolonization of placenames in the Northwest Territories, notes Canada’s deployment to Latvia was prompted by French domestic security concerns, and looks at an ad promoting the Albertan oil sands that went badly wrong in trying to be anti-homophobic.
The Inter Press Service considers the future of Turkey and looks at domestic slavery in Oman.
MacLean’slooks at China’s nail house owners, resisting development.
The National Postreports from the Colombia-Venezuela border.
Open Democracy considers the nature of work culture in the austerity-era United Kingdom, looks at traditions of migration and slavery in northern Ghana, examines European bigotry against eastern Europeans, and examines the plight of sub-Saharan migrants stuck in Morocco.
Universe Today notes two nearby potentially habitable rocky worlds, reports that the Moon’s Mare Imbrium may have been result of a hit by a dwarf planet, and reports on Ceres’ lack of large craters.
Bloomberg notes Ireland’s huge unexpected recent reported growth, looks at the deindustrialization of Israel, observes Deutsche Bank’s need to search for wealth abroad, looks at the demographic imperatives that may keep healthy Japanese working until they are 80, notes the slipping ANC grip on Pretoria and looks at the rise of anti-Muslim Pauline Hanson in Australia, and predicts Brexit could kill the London property boom.
Bloomberg notes concern in Northern Ireland’s border towns over Brexit, reports that Morgan may shift its offices from London to Dublin or Frankfurt, and looks at the hostile reaction Donald Trump is likely to receive in Scotland.
Bloomberg View looks at the vexed issues of American funding for Israel’s defense industry.
The CBC notes the discovery of a transmissible cancer affecting shellfish.
MacLean’stakes a sanguine view of millennials in Canada who stay with their parents.
The National Postinterviews a Muslim woman attacked in London, Ontario, and notes odd institutional issues raised against the Pride parade in Steinbach.
The New Republiclooks at the impact the collapse of Barnes & Noble would have on American publishing and literature.
Open Democracy fears the effect of Brexit on central and eastern Europe.
Transitions Onlinenotes the lack of reciprocation for Bulgarian Russophilia.
Wirednotes that the Brexit referendum is a major inflection point in the European Union’s history.
Bloomberg notes the rise of populism in Mexico, looks at how Europe is losing its reputation as a renewable energy leader, looks at political protest in Zimbabwe, and looks at changing habits of Saudi oil ministers.
Bloomberg View notes the politicization of the Israeli army, looks at an effort to smuggle Korean pop culture into North Korea, and considers strategies to encourage Japanese to have more children.
The Globe and Mailconsiders the risky strategy of marijuana growers, who hope to get the government to back down as they do their thing before legalization.
MacLean’snotes that the outcry over the shooting of the gorilla in the Cleveland zoo is misconceived, and reports on Kamal al-Solaylee’s book about being brown.
NOW Torontonotes that one argument raised against letting permanent residents vote in Toronto is that Donald Trump allegedly has an apartment here. (Wrong, on multiple grounds.)
Open Democracy looks at how British authoritarianism is restrained by the European Union.