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Daily Round-up| Protests against NATO summit in Spain & other stories

In today’s episode of the Daily Round-up we look at protests against NATO summit in Spain; Human rights groups calling for investigation into African migrant deaths; Indigenous people in Ecuador continuing nationwide protests and protests across the US in support of abortion rights

Russia-Ukraine Conflict West at inflection point in Ukraine War

Paradoxically, the long war in Ukraine could only work to Russia’s advantage and the West’s over-extension may be its own undoing

China doubles down on vision with Russia

The West’s “information war” and its distorted projection of the China-Russia relationship in the context of the Ukraine crisis, is fraught with consequences for the emerging world order

Cold War in Asia not easy Creating Cold War conditions in Asia isn’t easy

The Achilles heel of the US’ Cold War strategy is that it lacks an inspiring economic agenda. The US’ Cold War strategy is primarily in military terms, whereas what impresses Asian countries is economic clout

What is the US strategy in Ukraine?

Eugene Puryear of BreakThrough News talks about the US strategy as the war in Ukraine crosses 100 days. He talks about the nature of US aid to Ukraine, its reluctance to encourage diplomacy and the prevailing views inside the establishment

Biden tweaks Ukraine narrative

The sombre tone of the US President’s words in the New York Times op-ed is in sharp contrast with his own intemperate and tendentious past remarks

Indo-Pacific power dynamic in radical shift

The recent joint air patrol by Russia and China displayed a very high level of military cooperation at a juncture when the two countries are facing new provocations and added pressure from the US

Colombian presidential elections will change the course of the country

Ahead of the presidential elections in Colombia on May 29, we spoke to Carlos Ramírez of the Congreso de los Pueblos, to understand what the victory of Gustavo Petro and Francia Márquez means for the social and popular movements in the country

Mapping Faultlines: NATO is fighting Russia to the last Ukrainian

Two months into the war in Ukraine, NewsClick’s Prabir Purkyayastha talks about what has clearly become a conflict between NATO and Russia

NATO countries gear up to supply more weapons to Ukraine

Germany, Canada, the UK, the Netherlands, and Romania are among the countries that have pledged the supply of more weapons to Ukraine. The US has already announced a billion dollars worth of arms supplies in a week

Mapping Faultlines: 50 Days of war in Ukraine

In this episode of Mapping Faultlines, NewsClick’s Prabir Purkyastha analyses the military and economic situation in Ukraine and across the world in light of the war

Crackdown in El Salvador, toxic contamination at US base in Seoul and other stories

Today we look at the state of emergency in El Salvador after a surge in killings, soil and water contamination at a US base in South Korea, and more

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