Today at WPR, we’re covering Colombian President Gustavo Petro’s plan to tackle cocaine production and why the “Global South” is a valid concept.
But first, here’s our take on today’s top story:
Israel-Saudi Arabia: Israel’s tourism minister attended a multilateral tourism conference in Riyadh this week, the first-ever public visit by an Israeli minister to Saudi Arabia. Simultaneously, the Saudi ambassador to the Palestinians traveled through an Israeli border checkpoint to visit the Israeli-occupied West Bank. (New York Times)