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Ukraine summit strives for broad consensus to lean on Russia to end war

Published on 16/06/2024

» BUERGENSTOCK, Switzerland - Western powers and other nations sought a consensus on the second day of a summit in Switzerland on Sunday on condemning Russia's invasion of Ukraine and underscoring the war's human cost.

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G7 leaders to provide $50bn in loans for Ukraine

Kyodo News, Published on 14/06/2024

» FASANO - Leaders of the Group of Seven (G7) countries agreed Thursday to provide at least US$50 billion in loans for Ukraine, using interest from Russian sovereign assets frozen since Moscow launched a full-scale invasion of its neighbour more than two years ago, senior US and Japanese officials said.

OPINION

So what exactly is Macron's strategy, then?

Oped, Gwynne Dyer, Published on 13/06/2024

» Even before the final results were in from all of the 27 European Union countries that voted in the EU elections last weekend, President Emmanuel Macron had called national elections in France for the end of this month. What does he know that other European leaders don't?

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Protect democracy and journalists

Oped, Published on 13/06/2024

» 'Foreign agent", "undesirable", "extremist". For thousands of independent journalists trying to live and work in Russia, these words can be life-changing.

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US to widen sanctions on sale of semiconductor chips to Russia, sources say

Reuters, Published on 12/06/2024

» WASHINGTON: The U.S. government plans on Wednesday to announce wider sanctions on the sale of semiconductor chips and other goods to Russia, with the goal of targeting third-party sellers in China, sources familiar with the plans said late on Tuesday.

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How Sino-American rivalry reshapes world order

Oped, Published on 12/06/2024

» Tensions between the United States and China continue to flare, even as Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, Secretary of State Antony Blinken, and several other senior US officials visit the country for talks. The two sides may disagree on most things, but maintaining dialogue is an essential part of geopolitics. The breakdown in communication last year, following visits to Taiwan by prominent American politicians and the US downing of a Chinese spy balloon, was dangerous and destabilising, because when adversaries do not engage, misperceptions -- and the risk of a clash -- mount.

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Putin says no talks with Japan unless stance altered

Kyodo News, Published on 06/06/2024

» ST PETERSBURG - Russian President Vladimir Putin said Wednesday that conditions are not currently in place for his country to resume talks with Japan on a post-World War II peace treaty, blaming Tokyo for souring bilateral relations by supporting Ukraine.

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Thousands of Ukrainian prisoners apply to join army

Published on 31/05/2024

» KYIV - In its quest to fill the dwindling ranks of its infantry, Ukraine has turned to recruiting prisoners to join the fight against Russia, and more than four thousand have applied so far.

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Ukraine struggles to hold eastern front

Published on 18/05/2024

» DONETSK REGION, Ukraine - For Ukrainian gun commander Oleksandr Kozachenko, the long-awaited US ammunition can’t come fast enough as he and his comrades struggle to hold off relentless Russian attacks.

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Putin meets Xi to seek support for war in Ukraine

Published on 16/05/2024

» BEIJING - Russian President Vladimir Putin met Chinese leader Xi Jinping in Beijing for the first time in his new term, seeking to ensure support for his government with the war in Ukraine now in its third year.