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Zelensky, Netanyahu's meeting in New York highlights their differences

Zelensky, Netanyahu's meeting in New York highlights their differences

by Sam Sokol

JERUSALEM — Following nearly two years of increasing tensions between Ukraine and Israel, President Volodymyr Zelensky met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly on Sept. 19. Their talk, at which Netanyahu's staff nearly caused a diplomatic incident by bringing a Soviet-era map

Explainer: China’s increasing role in Russia’s war against Ukraine

Explainer: China’s increasing role in Russia’s war against Ukraine

by Thaisa Semenova

Just days before Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine last February, China’s leader Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin declared a “friendship without limits,” agreeing there would be no “forbidden areas of cooperation.” Unsurprisingly then, Beijing did not condemn Russia’s all-out war against Ukraine that began on

Europe still hooked on Russian gas despite deep cut

Europe still hooked on Russian gas despite deep cut

by Alexander Query

Russia's war in Ukraine was a watershed moment for Europe. Following Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine, which has killed tens of thousands and forced millions out of the country, Russia sought to punish the European Union for supporting Kyiv. Russia began to choke Europe, violating pre-existing energy contracts and unilaterally

As Ukraine looks West, Russia wins over Africa

As Ukraine looks West, Russia wins over Africa

by Alexander Khrebet

Since its independence, Ukraine's diplomatic efforts have focused primarily on looking West. Meanwhile, Russia has set its sights all over the world. While the Euro-Atlantic world has been firm in its support of Ukraine, condemning Russia's all-out war, the African continent, home to 54 countries and 1.4 billion people,

Will UK support for Ukraine change under Liz Truss?

Will UK support for Ukraine change under Liz Truss?

by Igor Kossov

Liz Truss, UK’s future prime minister, is expected to be just as committed to helping Ukraine as her outgoing predecessor and fellow Tory, Boris Johnson. Truss has vowed to make sure that “the flame of freedom in Ukraine continues to burn bright,” and that Russian President Vladimir Putin will

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Russia launched counterspace weapon into orbit, US says.

Wood described the move as "troubling." Pentagon spokesperson Brigadier General Pat Ryder separately said on May 21 the U.S. was monitoring the situation and had a "responsibility to be ready to protect and defend… the space domain."
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