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Putin Escalates War, Issues Nuclear Threat to West
  Senate Looks to Enforce Oil Price Caps With Secondary Sanctions
  Americans Oppose More Ukraine Aid, Defending Global Democracy
WH Didn't Walk Back Biden Taiwan Comments
  US Navy Commander Says China Is Capable of Blockading Taiwan
  Beijing May Use Anti-Secession Law to Seek Taiwan Reunification
  US, Canadian War Ships Sail Through Taiwan Strait
Iran's Raisi Meets With Macron on Deal at UN
  US Senators, Swedish Politician To Speak at NY Anti-Iran Summit
Investigation Finds Abu Akleh's Killing 'Deliberate'
item The West Won't Like Russia's Next Move in Ukraine  by Ted Galen Carpenter
item Pentagon's Information Warfare Review Should Cover the Domestic Side, Too  by Thomas Knapp
item America's Open Wound  by Edward Snowden
item Putting Ukrainian Battle Successes Into Perspective  by Seth Harp

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US in Talks With Uzbekistan and Tajikistan to Swap Former Afghan Aircraft for Help Hunting Terrorists
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