InsideWorld        InsideDirect        InsideWeather        InsideTravel



Top Stories

Click here
if you want more information about advertising on this site.
Sign up
for News
Manage your
Forgot your

  • NYT faces backlash for publishing op-ed from a Taliban leader

  • The New York Times' decision to publish an op-ed from a leader of the Taliban on the eve of peace talks was widely criticized for its questionable ethics and lack of context. TIME Magazine contributor and CNN Global Affairs Analyst, Kim Dozier, who survived a car bombing in Baghdad in 2006, says the failure to let the American public know of Sirajuddin Haqqani's violent background plays into "what many critics of this deal say are a whitewashing, an attempt to make the Taliban look like they haven't waged a pretty horrific war against the Afghan people."
  • On GPS: Is the longest-ever U.S. war almost over?

  • Laurel Miller, Asia Program Director for the International Crisis Group, Richard Haass, President of the Council on Foreign Relations and Ian Bremmer, President of the Eurasia Group discuss the potential peace deal between the U.S. and the Taliban. Miller tells Fareed if there is ultimately a peace agreement it will not be one where the Taliban simply be folds into the existing system. She says this is not a surrender of the Taliban.
  • Trump focused on crowd size as he heads to India for state visit

  • President Trump says he expects "millions" to greet him in India this week, a peace deal may be near in Afghanistan, a surprising turn in the relationship between two old political antagonists, and a big test for Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. That and more in this week's Inside Politics forecast.
  • Trump's intelligence implosion

  • Democratic presidential candidates spar in Las Vegas amid a disastrous debate debut for Mike Bloomberg, Donald Trump's intelligence community is imploding, the Taliban speaks in the New York Times and Jane Austen's most annoying heroine now rules the screen: CNN Opinion commentators weigh in on this and much more.

For more information about current affairs, business, economy, politics and more, use InsideWorld's free daily e-mail news service.

If you would like to receive news, but do not have an InsideWorld account yet, click below to setup your free account now and start receiving news right away.


Click here for your free subscription

Login to your account for
for advanced settings:


is a collection of country and region web sites providing local news and information to a worldwide audience. Use InsideWorld’s headlines available on this site to access the latest stories. Or sign up today.

Advertising Privacy Statement FAQ Contact
RSS Feed