Month: June 2022

<div>McConnell's gun safety gamble</div>

McConnell’s gun safety gamble

Mitch McConnell is breaking character yet again, and this time it’s on one of the most polarizing issues in American…

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Macron, Scholz and Draghi to arrive in Kyiv for historic visit

French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi will visit Kyiv on Thursday for…

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EU to criticize UN food agency for pushing back internal review

The European Union is set to put pressure on the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization over its move to push…

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Airbnb hosts in Europe create the future of tourism

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Latino Democrats vent their fury after foreboding special election loss in Texas

Latino Democrats vent their fury after foreboding special election loss in Texas

Less than 24 hours after the GOP flipped a congressional district in South Texas, several Latino Democrats cornered their campaign…

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Belgium gambles on Tshisekedi

Barbara Moens is a trade reporter at POLITICO Europe. KINSHASA — The Belgian royals’ visit to Congo, which ended earlier…

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Serbia’s sanctions standoff with the EU

Aleks Eror is a Serbian-born freelance journalist based between London and Belgrade.  When German Chancellor Olaf Scholz traveled to Belgrade…

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Boris Johnson rages at the European Court of Human Rights. But will he act?

Boris Johnson rages at the European Court of Human Rights. But will he act?

LONDON — “One of the great things we gave to Europe.” So said Boris Johnson, describing the European Convention on…

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Clash of the New York titans: Tensions rise between onetime allies Adams and de Blasio

Clash of the New York titans: Tensions rise between onetime allies Adams and de Blasio

NEW YORK — Bill de Blasio is fighting a crowded contest for Congress and scrapping for every advantage he can…

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<div>US Empire Is Changing Its Strategies in the Middle East</div>

US Empire Is Changing Its Strategies in the Middle East

The Abraham Accords have cemented a counterrevolutionary bloc in the Middle East of Israel, Egypt, and Saudi Arabia. US intervention…

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What America owes to Dreamers, 10 years later

What America owes to Dreamers, 10 years later

Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images After a decade of DACA, what’s next for immigrant activists? It took exactly 22 minutes and five…

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EU countries unanimously back Ukraine — except on its bid to join the EU

EU countries unanimously back Ukraine — except on its bid to join the EU

EU countries are all for Ukraine in its war against Russia, but they are all over the map when it comes…

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Why shipping container homes are overrated

Why shipping container homes are overrated

They’re fun. They’re also way more difficult to build than they seem. Shipping container homes have been a trend for…

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The U.S. overestimated Russia’s military might. Is it underestimating China’s?

The U.S. overestimated Russia’s military might. Is it underestimating China’s?

The U.S. failure to correctly predict how the Russian and Ukrainian militaries would perform in the early stages of their…

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Biden announces additional B in weapons, humanitarian aid to Ukraine

Biden announces additional $1B in weapons, humanitarian aid to Ukraine

The United States will send more than $1 billion in weapons and humanitarian aid to Ukraine amid the country’s ongoing…

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How Biden Came Around to MBS’ Plan for a New U.S.-Saudi Partnership

How Biden Came Around to MBS’ Plan for a New U.S.-Saudi Partnership

A few weeks into his presidency, President Joe Biden sent Brett McGurk, his top Mideast advisor, to Saudi Arabia with…

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