In today's Daily Brief: International negotiations between Iran and the P5+1 powers went into overtime on Wednesday in an effort to reach a framework agreement to curb Iran's nuclear program.
CFR Interview Navigating the Iran Sanctions Thicket
Around the Web: Al Jazeera America Result Trumps Deadline in Marathon Iran Nuclear Talks
Around the Web: Washington Post Deal or No Deal, the Iran Talks Have Borne Fruit
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China’s advancement in the pharmaceutical sector has major implications for global health but it remains constrained by governance and other factors, says CFR’s Yanzhong Huang.
Around the Web: Economist Made in China?
Around the Web: Bloomberg View China's Leap Forward in Digital Medicine
The apparent concession of incumbent Goodluck Jonathan signals a strengthened democracy in Nigeria and a good model for sub-Saharan Africa, where democracies' roots are fragile, writes CFR's John Campbell.
CFR Expert Brief Nigeria's High Stakes Elections
CFR Backgrounder Boko Haram
Around the Web: BBC Nigeria's Muhammadu Buhari in Profile
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is unlikely to change course politically or economically absent strong regional pressure, writes Patrick Duddy in this Contingency Planning Memo.
CFR Backgrounder Venezuela's Economic Fractures
Around the Web: Foreign Policy Have U.S. Sanctions Against Venezuela Helped Maduro?
Around the Web: New York Times Venezuela's Currency Circus
Yemen has become the latest locus of Iran-Saudi, Shia-Sunni conflict, writes CFR President Richard N. Haass.
Op-Ed: Micah Zenko The United States Is at War in Yemen
Around the Web: Economist Saudis Enter the Fray
CFR InfoGuide The Sunni-Shia Divide
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