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Daily Memo: NATO’s Future, Iranian Oil Tankers, European Aid

The French president expresses doubt in NATO's viability, and Iran reports two previously undisclosed attacks on its vessels.

Daily Memo: Iran’s Uranium Enrichment, US-China Trade Talks, Beijing Concessions

Iran announces an increase in its uranium enrichment levels, and U.S.-China trade talks hit a snag.

Daily Memo: Hardships in Turkey, Signs of Hope for Qatar, an Agreement in Yemen

Reports show declining economic conditions in Turkey, and signs indicate efforts to resolve a rift in the Gulf.

Daily Memo: An East Asian Trade Deal, a Reprieve for Huawei, an Update on Iran’s Nuclear Program

Asian countries near the signing of a trade pact, and the U.S. eases pressure on Huawei.

Newsweek – Iran Shows Off Nuclear Capabilities as It Announces Plan to Further Scale Back Nuclear Deal Commitments

"George Friedman, the founder and chairman of Geopolitical Futures, told Newsweek that the latest announcements by Iran aren't enough to push Washington toward such a confrontation. 'The actual acquisition...

RealClearWorld – The Potential War Map of Eastern Europe

The frequently cited Suwalki Gap is the only communication route connecting Poland – the operational base of NATO and the U.S. – to the Baltic states, which abut Russia...

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