Israel Cabinet approved a bill titled Israel, the Nation-State of the Jewish People that calls Israel the nation of the Jewish people.
Britain withdrew its last military force based at Kandahar Airfield in southern Afghanistan after 13 years of fighting that has cost hundreds of British lives.
India and Nepal signed 10 pacts (five Agreements and five MoUs) during Prime Minister Narendra Modi visit to Nepal.
Iran and P5 + 1 Countries on 24 November 2014 agreed to extend the deadline on Iran Nuclear deal by 7-months to 30 June 2015
Afghanistan lower house of Parliament on 23 November 2014 approved the Bilateral Security Agreements with the United States and NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization).
UNGA rights committee adopted the first-ever resolution calling on governments to stop child marriages.
The UNGA Committee adopted a resolution condemning North Korea human rights abuses and referred to the International Criminal Court (ICC).
Pakistan and Russia on 20 November 2014 signed a defence and military cooperation agreement aimed at bringing peace and stability in the region.
The Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 20 November 2014 approved the signing of three SAARC agreements.
Democrat Ami Bera was on 20 November 2014 re-elected to the US House of Representatives in the United States House of Representatives elections 2014.
President Mahinda Rajapaksa used his executive powers and commuted death penalty to five Indian fishermen sentenced to death by Colombo High Court.
PM Narendra Modi announced number of measures to strengthen relationships with Pacific Islands. He announced the measures at the Pacific Island Leaders Meeting
India and Fiji signed three agreements to strengthen bilateral relations. On his visit to Fiji, Modi was accorded a traditional welcome ceremony at Albert Park.
Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP) released Global Terrorism Index 2014.
The Index ranks 167 countries in terms of the percentage of a national population and the total number of people living in modern slavery – country by country, region by region.
The Church of England on 17 November 2014 broke the centuries-old tradition by paving the way for the appointment of female bishops.
India and Australia on 18 November 2014 signed five pacts on social security, transfer of sentenced prisoners, combating narcotics trade, tourism, and Arts and Culture.
Diplomat Michel Kafando was on 17 November 2014 chosen as interim president of Burkina Faso after its long-time President Blaise Compaore was forced to resign on 31 October 2014.
China and Australia signed a major Free Trade Agreement (FTA).
The G20 Summit was held in Brisbane, Australia and G20 leaders released the final communique known as the Brisbane Action Plan.
CNTA will promote travel by Chinese tourists to countries along the Silk Road belt in 2015.
China will play host to the Group of Twenty (G20) Summit of the emerging economies in 2016. The decision was announced by Australian PM Tony Abbott on 16 November 2014 in Brisbane.
India and Republic of Korea signed an A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to facilitate technical cooperation in Railway sector between the two countries.
The mayor of Sibiu Klaus Werner Iohannis on 16 November 2014 won the 2014 presidential elections in Romania by defeating Prime Minister Victor Ponta of Social Democratic Party (PSD).
China launched remote sensing satellite Yaogan-23 from Taiyuan Satellite Launch Centre.
The UK, France and Nepal supported candidature of India, Germany, Brazil and Japan as a permanent member of a reformed UNSC.
India and the US agreed to resolve their differences over public stockholding for food security and opened path for TFA of WTO.
China and the US on 12 November 2014 agreed to cut greenhouse gas emissions.
Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa can be re-elected for third term, as there is no legal or constitutional barrier preventing him from doing so.
India and UK announced Newton-Bhabha Fund to scale up their bilateral research & innovation relationship to a greater level.
Russia and Iran inked a contract to build two nuclear reactors at Iran’s first Russia-built nuclear plant in Bushehr.