Will the New Taiwan Crisis Spiral Out of Control?

China and the United States must now prepare to defuse the crisis triggered by Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan.

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Time for NATO to Take the Lead in Ukraine

Since Russia launched its full-scale invasion of Ukraine in February, the West has provided billions in military and economic assistance aid to Kyiv. The United States alone has provided more than $8 billion in security support in the last six months.

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Milley: China more aggressive, dangerous to US, allies

The Chinese military has become significantly more aggressive and dangerous over the past five years, the top U.S. military officer said during a trip to the Indo-Pacific that included a stop Sunday in Indonesia.

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In the Middle East, Biden’s policy bumps into U.S. principles

President Biden has returned from his four-day trip to the Middle East, during which he stopped in Israel and, much more controversially, the kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

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The Assassination of Shinzo Abe

Former prime minister Shinzo Abe, one of Japan’s most powerful politicians, died today after being shot while campaigning ahead of a parliamentary election.

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Balancing Oversight and Risk: Transparency for U.S. Foreign Assistance to Ukraine

Since Russia’s unprovoked invasion of Ukraine in February, the United States has provided unprecedented levels of security, economic, and humanitarian assistance to Ukraine. This assistance reflects the United States’ remarkable commitment to a country fighting for its right to exist as a sovereign democratic country.

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