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  • June 13, 2022. By Emily Benson, Elizabeth Duncan, Grant Reynolds, CSIS. In a plenary session the second week of June, members voted on numerous climate measures that are part of the European Union’s comprehensive strategy for combating climate change. Overall, members of the European Parliament (MEPs) considered legislation for roughly half of the European Union’s ambitious Fit for 55 package, the hallmark of its climate strategy that seeks to reduce emissions by 55 percent by 2030. Eight specific proposals were considered, including the carbon border adjustment mechanism (CBAM) and relevant amendments. Climate Week in the European Union




  • June 14, 2022. By Interfax. Belarus has prepared an application to join the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), and the proposal has been worked out in an interagency format and endorsed by the Belarusian government, Bakhtiyor Khakimov, Russia’s special presidential representative on SCO affairs, said on Tuesday. Belarus prepares bid to join SCO – Russian presidential envoy


Europe – Israel

  • June 14, 2022. By Jonah Mandel, Al-Monitor. The European Union wants to strengthen its energy cooperation with Israel in light of Russia’s use of gas supplies to “blackmail” its members over the Ukraine conflict, European Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen said Tuesday. Facing gas ‘blackmail’ by Russia, EU turns to Israel


  • June 14, 2022. By Agence France-Presse.  Iran on Tuesday said it still believes that negotiations can succeed to revive the 2015 nuclear deal with world powers, despite a recent rebuke from the UN nuclear watchdog. Iran says still believes nuclear talks can yield deal


Israel – Iran

  • June 13, 2022. By  Danny Citrinowicz, Atlantic Council. Israel has reportedly escalated its attacks on Iran in recent weeks. Unlike the previous government strategy, which focused on sabotaging the country’s nuclear program and assassinating its nuclear scientists, it now appears to have been extended to target other scientists and officers in charge of missile programs and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), as well as members of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps’ (IRGC) Quds Force. Israel’s policy toward Iran is failing by ‘a thousand cuts.’ Here’s why

Latin America

  • June 14, 2022. By UN News. Ever greater numbers of vulnerable people are risking their lives on dangerous migration routes in Latin America, forced to move by the global food security crisis that’s been made worse by spiralling inflation linked to the war in Ukraine, the UN World Food Programme (WFP) said on Tuesday. Hunger in Latin America: whole continent is on the move, warns WFP

Lebanon – Israel – USA





  • June 14, 2022. By Interfax. Russia could cut steel exports 23% in 2022, a spokesperson for NLMK , one of Russia’s biggest steel companies, told Interfax. Russia could cut steel exports 23% in 2022 – NLMK
  • June 14, 2022. By Interfax. Sberbank grew its portfolio of green loans at the beginning of June to 395 billion rubles, mainly due to the financing of previously launched projects, with no new loans yet, Tatiana Zavyalova, the lender’s senior vice president for ESG, told reporters. Sberbank boosting ‘green’ financing portfolio at expense of old projects, no new loans at moment
  • June 13, 2022. By Anders Åslund, Atlantic Council. Vladimir Putin’s 22-year reign has been marked by a steady decline in the goals he has set for himself and his country. He initially embraced progressive notions of domestic reform and international integration, but has since led Russia deeper and deeper into authoritarian isolation. His recent comments comparing himself to Peter the Great and boasting of plans to seize Ukrainian lands represent a new low in this depressing journey from would-be reformer to war criminal. Vladimir Putin’s dark journey from economic reformer to war criminal

Russia – Ukraine

Saudi Arabia

South Sudan


Turkey – Syrians



  • June 13, 2022. By CSIS. CSIS’s Matt Goodman and Scott Kennedy join the podcast to discuss their groundbreaking report on China’s investment in industrial policy versus the U.S. and other nations. Rethinking U.S. Industrial Policy

USA – Saudi Arabia


  • June 14, 2022. By Valerie Insinna, Breaking Defense. After Hurricane Michael devastated Tyndall Air Force Base in 2018, the installation was given a lifeline when the service announced plans to base three F-35 Joint Strike Fighter squadrons there. As Tyndall tries to rebound, A-10 fight prompts F-35 maintainer shortfall, ‘significant risk’
  • June 14, 2022. By Mike Gruss, Defense News. In November, a team of French science fiction writers working with the country’s military dreamt up a new program, known as Myriade, to head off future threats: one that would help nations detect the manipulation of public opinion. The move quickly proved prescient. French military turns to sci-fi to fight Russia hacking, spur innovation
  • June 13, 2022. By Madison Littlepage, Atlantic Council. Navigators long plotted their course by stars. For the US Coast Guard—the nation’s maritime first responder, but which is also bound by international obligations—it’s small satellites that could shape its future direction. Maritime search-and-rescue (SAR) operations start in space, with satellites detecting signals of distress. But this military branch relies on aging space-based infrastructure with spotty global coverage that limits its ability to conduct swift and effective SAR, particularly in the vast Arctic Ocean. To provide adequate coverage in an increasingly trafficked region, the Coast Guard must invest in small satellite technology. A shoebox-sized solution: How small satellites can help the US Coast Guard

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