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Russia targeting Western weapons shipments in Ukraine as Donbas assault begins

As published by Politico by PAUL MCLEARY and LARA SELIGMAN Russia is making good on promises to attack the U.S. and allied weapons shipment points and fuel depots in Ukraine, launching rockets at five railway facilities used to funnel critical ...
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Russia targeting Western weapons shipments in Ukraine as Donbas assault begins

As published by Politico by PAUL MCLEARY and LARA SELIGMAN Russia is making good on promises to attack U.S. and allied weapons shipment points and fuel depots in Ukraine, launching rockets at five railway facilities used to funnel critical supplies into the country ...
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How Putin’s war in Ukraine is impacting the Middle East

As published by the Middle East Institute by Mick Mulroy Non-Resident Senior Fellow and Co-Director of the Yemen Steering Initiative Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has and will continue to have an increasingly negative impact on the world, including the Middle ...
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Ukrainian fighters resist Russian forces at Mariupol steel plant

Former CIA officer Darrell Blocker and national security and defense analyst Mick Mulroy discuss the latest on Ukraine as Putin claims his forces intend to seal off the plant. As published by ABC News. To watch please click here ...
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Pentagon holds press briefing on war in Ukraine

Tue, April 19, 2022, 1:17 PM Commenting on Pentagon press secretary John Kirby's latest briefing, former U.S. defense official Mick Mulroy says it is unlikely that U.S. troops will be deployed in Ukraine. To watch please click here ...
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The battle for Donbas: Why the weapons the US is rushing to Ukraine are so critical

Russia hopes to surround and destroy Ukrainian forces in Donbas, officials say. As published by ABC News byMatt Seyler As Russia's military gears up for what it hopes will be a decisive victory over Ukraine in the eastern part of ...
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The Russian Invasion Highlights the Impact of OSINT

By Toby Armour Image courtesy of Middlebury Institute of International Studies and Capella Space With the Russian invasion of Ukraine, there was much speculation about what the fight would look like. Russia, theoretically, has one of the world’s largest and ...
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Bosnia and Herzegovina in Crisis: Factors and Implications

Bosnia and Herzegovina is experiencing “its greatest existential threat of the post-war period” according to the United Nations High Representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina, Christian Schmidt, referring to the brutal war of the 1990’s. This sentiment is echoing throughout the ...
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Russia Is Recruiting Mercenaries and Syrians to Ukraine, Western Officials Say

As published by the New York Times. WASHINGTON — As Russian troops retreat from northern Ukraine and focus operations on the country’s east and south, the Kremlin is struggling to scrape together enough combat-ready reinforcements to conduct a new phase ...
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On the JCPOA, we need an agreement that works for everyone

As published by the Middle East Institute by Mick Mulroy Non-Resident Senior Fellow and Co-Director of the Yemen Steering Initiative The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) in 2015 was not a perfect agreement, but it did restrict Iran from ...
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