D-Brief reports on early signs of global warming in Siberia and looks at how African honeyguide birds work together with human hunters.
The Dragon’s Gaze looks at the search for habitable planets around red dwarfs, looks at the habitability of planets with eccentric orbits, and notes that warm Jupiters can co-exist with smaller planets nearby.
The Dragon’s Tales look at a proposed Europa mission, and notes an astrobiological model of Titan’s atmosphere.
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.
Business Insider looks at the sad state of a project to build a Chinese bullet train in Venezuela.
Bloomberg notes the profound unconstitutionality of Donald Trump’s suggestion that the US national debt might be renounced, looks at the needs of the Brazilian economy, and suggests Poland’s economic nationalism is viable.
CBC reports that Sinéad O’Connor is safe in Chicago.
National Geographicshares hidden pictures of the Cultural Revolution.
The National Postnotes the discovery of what might be the ruins of an old fort at Lunenburg.
Open Democracy suggests that Brexit, by separating the City of London from the European Union, could trigger the end of globalization, also taking a look at the popularity of populism.
Reuters notes the softening of the terms of a Chinese-Venezuelan loan arrangement.
The Washington Postnotes the migration of some Ethiopian-Americans to a booming Ethiopia.
Wiredlooks at how natural gas will be used to move beyond the Haber-Bosch process which has created fertilizer for a century.