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By Malcolm Brabant, Zeba Warsi
How do American leaders and their allies intend to respond if President Vladimir Putin seeks to escalate his way out of a bad situation on Ukraine’s battlefields, and makes good on renewed threats of annexing territory or even using nuclear weapons?…
By Ellen Knickmeyer, Lorne Cook, Associated Press
World leaders have begun assembling in New York for the United Nations General Assembly. Among the leaders who sit at the crossroads of many issues of global importance is Turkey's Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. From Ukraine, to Russia, to NATO, he…
By Judy Woodruff, Dan Sagalyn
Following elections in Sweden, a right-wing coalition with an anti-immigrant agenda has a narrow enough majority to form a government. The seismic shift in Swedish politics could have serious implications for dozens of Kurds in the country who fear extradition…
By Malcolm Brabant
Sweden is on high alert for Russian meddling in their election which takes place next week. Russian President Putin has warned NATO against beefing up its presence in both Sweden and Finland, which are both joining the alliance. As special…
By Lolita C. Baldor, Matthew Lee, Associated Press
U.S. officials say that as Russia's war on Ukraine drags on, U.S. security assistance is shifting to a longer-term campaign that will likely keep more American military troops in Europe into the future.
By Zeke Miller, Associated Press
President Joe Biden, who has been the principal player rallying global economic and material support for Ukraine, has sought quick entry for the two previously non-militarily aligned northern European nations.
In our news wrap Wednesday, Republican Rep. Jackie Walorski of Indiana was killed in a car crash along with two young aides, President Biden signed an executive order to help women who cross state lines for abortions, the U.S. began…
By Lisa Mascaro, Ellen Knickmeyer, Associated Press
Lawmakers call Wednesday's 95-1 vote to expand the Western defensive bloc a “slam-dunk” for U.S. national security and a day of reckoning for Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
By Ellen Knickmeyer, Associated Press
Tuesday's vote came as lawmakers aim for quick Senate passage and a show of congressional support for expansion of the U.S. and European defense alliance.
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