Secretary of State Antony Blinken met with Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to push for a ceasefire in Gaza. Netanyahu says a military operation in the southern Gaza city of Rafah will proceed nonetheless.

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Russia is prepared to agree to a request by Transnistria, a breakaway region of eastern Moldova bordering on Ukraine, to send troops for “protection” against “increased pressure” from the Moldovan government.

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NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said last week that Ukraine has the right to use NATO-supplied weapons to strike deep inside Russia—which suggests that Russia might feel free to respond deep inside NATO countries.

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THE U.S. GOVERNMENT is in a legal standoff with the state of Texas over control of the border with Mexico.Continue Reading

The US is sending F-35 fighters to the Middle East, reportedly to protect freedom of navigation in the Persian Gulf. This announcement, like previous deployments of F-16s, F-22s, and A-10s, is clearly a message directed at Russia and Iran.

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The 12-mile-long Kerch Bridge connecting Russia to the Crimean peninsula was bombed by Ukraine early Monday. In response, Russia pulled out of a deal allowing Ukrainian farmers to export crops, raising fears over global food supplies.

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President Biden is stumbling into World War 3 and prosecuting people who threaten his reelection. Meanwhile, his top envoy to Iran is under investigation by the FBI—but the Secret Service can’t figure out how cocaine got into the West Wing.Continue Reading

The biggest air exercise in NATO’s history began today and runs through June 23. It may be a readiness drill, or it could be cover for moving assets into position for NATO to play a direct role in the war between Russia and Ukraine.

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