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Blinken Calls Lavrov, Ceasefires Not Discussed
  UK Official: Nuclear War Threat Higher Than During the Cold War
  Senate Calls for Russia to Be Labeled as Sponsor of Terror
Xi Tells Biden Not To 'Play With Fire' in 2-Hour Call
  Pelosi Leading Delegation to Asia, Taiwan Stop Not Clear
  Japan Lawmakers Make Rare Taiwan Visit to Discuss Potential Conflict
  House Passes $280 Billion Industrial Policy Meant to Counter China
17 Killed in Fighting in South Syria
  Turkey Threatens North Syria Intervention, Drone Strike Kills Four
US Helped Nigeria Attack That Killed 160 Civilians
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item The Phoniest, Most PR-Intensive War of All Time  by Caitlin Johnstone
item Why Abbas Is Seeking New 'Powerful' Sponsors  by Ramzy Baroud
item Why We Can't Expect 'Big Change' From the President  by Andrew J. Bacevich
item Lessons From Vietnam for Ukraine  by Rick Sterling
item Biden Warns He May Attack Iran  by Doug Bandow
item What Does Pelosi Think She's Doing in Taiwan?  by Mike Chinoy

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