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Ukraine Mission Creep: Military Aid, Intel Sharing
  Democrats Increase Biden’s Ukraine Aid Request to $40 Billion
  Biden Signs Bill Reviving WW2-Era Lend-Lease Program to Ukraine
  Pentagon Reviewing Hundreds of Proposals From Weapons Industry
Boris Johnson Urges Ukraine Not to Negotiate
  The West Announces New Weapons for Kyiv, Sanctions on Moscow
US Wants Taiwan To Buy Weapons for China Tensions
After Delay, Cooking Fuel Ship Allowed to Dock in Yemen
US Seeks UN Security Council Meeting on North Korea
Iran Sells Oil to Venezuela as US Talks With Both Frozen
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item Does Non-member Ukraine Have a De Facto Article 5 Commitment From NATO?  by Ted Galen Carpenter
item Our America Will Endure Through Life During Wartime  by Bill Kauffman
item FBI Mistakenly Names Saudi Consulate Employee Eyed in 9/11 Investigation  by Brian McGlinchey
item Is Ukraine's War Now America's War?  by Patrick J. Buchanan
item Joe Biden and the Dearth of Diplomacy  by Ted Snider
item Ukraine Alone Makes Biden the Worst US President in a Long Time  by Caitlin Johnstone

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