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Last updated: May. 21, 04:14 Page 5 of 11
On the road across Europe, Horatio Clare battles bureaucracy, bad drivers and zealous police to deliver cargo to Ukraine
By FT
Financial Times,  May. 20, 2022    E-mail this to a Friend
The richest man in Ukraine has committed to building back his country. But he is also constructing a luxury ship that would rival a yacht that the U.S. government believes may belong to Vladimir Putin.
By Michael Forsythe
The New York Times,  May. 20, 2022    E-mail this to a Friend
With the administration’s attention having shifted to Ukraine, President Biden plans to emphasize that the United States can counter aggression in both Europe and Asia.
By Peter Baker and Zolan Kanno-Youngs
The New York Times,  May. 20, 2022    E-mail this to a Friend
Brussels ambassador to London warns row over post-Brexit trade in Northern Ireland is affecting other areas
By FT
Financial Times,  May. 19, 2022    E-mail this to a Friend
The politicians tacitly admit that their policies are responsible.
By WSJ Editorial Board
The Wall Street Journal,  May. 20, 2022    E-mail this to a Friend
Turkish opposition leaves Stockholm government with hard choices over the Kurdish cause
By FT
Financial Times,  May. 20, 2022    E-mail this to a Friend
The official, Marat Khusnullin, Russia’s deputy prime minister for infrastructure, toured the region this week and outlined plans to take full control of vital infrastructure, including Europe’s largest nuclear power plant, as Russia fortified its defensive positions there and exerted its authority over the local population.
By Marc Santora, Ivan Nechepurenko and Norimitsu Onishi
The New York Times,  May. 20, 2022    E-mail this to a Friend
As troubling as it is to imagine a sequel to the Volcker era—and it could be worse if the current Fed has lost control of the game, as some fear—it is worth noting what we have endured and overcome for the past two decades.
By Steven M. Sears
Barron`s,  May. 19, 2022    E-mail this to a Friend
Why aid the struggling anti-American regime in Havana now?
By WSJ Editorial Board
The Wall Street Journal,  May. 20, 2022    E-mail this to a Friend
The coalition now has a minority of seats in parliament, opening up possibility that Israel could face its fifth election in a little over three years
By Dov Lieber and Adam Rasgon
The Wall Street Journal,  May. 19, 2022    E-mail this to a Friend
Untangling national security and strategic economic concerns around Newport Wafer Fab will be tough
By FT
Financial Times,  May. 20, 2022    E-mail this to a Friend
Prime Minister Viktor Orban has promised voters to keep energy prices low. The dividends from taking Russian fuel also help fund the policies that have made Hungary a beacon for right-wing groups.
By Andrew Higgins and Benjamin Novak
The New York Times,  May. 20, 2022    E-mail this to a Friend
Pimco executive Dan Ivascyn discusses inflation, interest rates, where he sees risks. Where he’s finding high-quality yields.
By Lauren Foster
Barron`s,  May. 19, 2022    E-mail this to a Friend
Beijing seeks to exclude the island nation, despite U.S. objections.
By WSJ Editorial Board
The Wall Street Journal,  May. 20, 2022    E-mail this to a Friend
Kremlin decree demanding payment in rubles stirred concerns that Europe’s natural-gas importers risked breaching European Union sanctions
By Matthew Dalton, Eric Sylvers and Georgi Kantchev
The Wall Street Journal,  May. 19, 2022    E-mail this to a Friend
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