Putin’s airstrikes showed he can punish Ukraine — but can’t easily change the course of war.
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The U.S. and NATO are scouring the world for new sources of old weapons to send to Ukraine. But it risks as much peril for some nations as it does promise for Kyiv.
President Joe Biden said in an exclusive CNN interview Tuesday he believed Russian President Vladimir Putin is a "rational actor" who nonetheless badly misjudged his ability to invade Ukraine and suppress its people.
Defense ministers are meeting in Brussels to discuss which weapons they can send to Kyiv.
Chinese Communist Party officials see an emerging “digital currency” as a bulwark against Western economic sanctions in a crisis, according to a British spy chief.
Top Democrats are looking to punish Saudi Arabia in the wake of OPEC+'s decision to cut oil production despite the United States warning the move could have a detrimental impact on the global economy.
Angered by the kingdom’s decision to team up with Russia, President Biden signaled openness to retaliatory measures, including a halt to arms sales and allowing price-fixing lawsuits.
Russia’s assault on Ukraine on Monday raised questions about the capacity of Moscow’s forces to carry out President Vladimir V. Putin’s military calculations.
State Department Spokesman Ned Price defended the Biden administration's generous policy of aid for Ukraine as a part of a "foreign policy for the middle class"
US President Joe Biden said in an exclusive CNN interview he believed Russian President Vladimir Putin is a "rational actor" who badly miscalculated his ability to invade Ukraine
Vladimir Putin's latest display of brutality and vengeance might be a fit of fury over his signature Crimean bridge being blown up. But his indiscriminate targeting of Ukrainian civilians also raises the prospect of a horrific new turn in a vicious war.
Tensions are rising. So too is America’s investment in the war.
The message comes from Senate Foreign Relations Chair Bob Menendez, who has veto power over foreign arms sales.
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