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The Counteroffensive: What the Trump shooting could mean for Ukraine

The Counteroffensive: What the Trump shooting could mean for Ukraine

by Tim Mak

Editor’s Note: This article was published by the twice-weekly newsletter “The Counteroffensive with Tim Mak” on July 14, 2024, and has been re-published by the Kyiv Independent with permission. To subscribe to "The Counteroffensive," click here. The assassination attempt on former U.S. President Donald Trump on July 14

Ukraine war latest: Biden announces new aid package, Poland prepares Ukrainian Legion

Ukraine war latest: Biden announces new aid package, Poland prepares Ukrainian Legion

Key developments on July 11: * Biden announces new aid package for Ukraine * Poland prepares Ukrainian Legion, 'several thousand' already registered * NATO affirms Ukraine's 'irreversible' path toward membership, $43 billion in funding for next year * Ukraine's 3rd Assault Brigade says it halted Russian advance toward Borova * Sweden open to sending Gripens

Opinion: NATO at 75 is whistling past the graveyard

Opinion: NATO at 75 is whistling past the graveyard

by Kurt Volker

Europe is in the midst of the largest war on the continent since NATO was founded in 1949. Russian President Vladimir Putin is attacking Ukraine with conventional forces and engaging in hybrid attacks against NATO itself. The allies know that if Russia is not defeated in Ukraine, it is highly

White House: Biden may hold bilateral meeting with Zelensky during NATO summit

White House: Biden may hold bilateral meeting with Zelensky during NATO summit

"And while the president will have quite a busy schedule given his commitment as the host of the summit, we’re working to set up several bilats and meetings with various world leaders on the margins of the summit, including President Zelensky, again, as I mentioned earlier," the official said. 'And we’ll have more information on those to share in the coming days."

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Medvedev says Ukraine's NATO membership would lead to war.

Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev сlaimed that Ukraine joining NATO would be viewed as a declaration of war against Moscow. "The actions that Russia's opponents have been taking against us for years, expanding the alliance ... take NATO to the point of no return," Medvedev was quoted as saying.
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