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Congress Agrees on $12 Billion New Ukraine Aid
  US Announces $457.5 Million in 'Civilian Security Aid' for Ukraine
  Russia Says It's Had 'Sporadic' Contacts With US on Nuclear Weapons
At UN, Syria Calls for US to End Its Military Occupation
  New Convoy of Looted Oil Smuggled Out of Syria by US Army
Russia Grants Citizenship for Whistleblower Ed Snowden
  Most in US, UK Don't Know What Assange Is Charged With Publishing
Iran, IAEA Still at Odds Over Uranium Traces Inquiry
item The Democratic Party, Now the Leading Party of War  by John V. Walsh
item Condoleezza Rice and Madeleine Albright Conduct a Masterclass on the Banal Horror of US Foreign Policy  by Jon Schwarz
item Suppression of Contrarian Voices  by Ron Forthofer
item Biden Trashes What Remained of US One China Policy, Strategic Ambiguity  by Michael D. Swaine

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