MONTHLY NEWSLETTER ARCHIVE
By Jeanne Whalen | The Washington Post
The United States has accused several companies and research institutes in China of supporting Russia’s military after the Ukraine invasion began, in one of the first concrete signs of Chinese entities allegedly helping Russia against Washington’s wishes.
By Felicia Schwartz & Laura Pitel | Financial Times
President Joe Biden’s administration has expressed public support for Turkey’s purchase of U.S. F-16 fighter jets after Ankara dropped its objections to Finland and Sweden’s bids to join NATO.
By The Editors | Reuters (free)
Mali says it will defy a United Nations Security Council call for it to allow freedom of movement for peacekeepers to investigate human rights abuses.
By Edith M. Lederer | Associated Press (free)
The U.N. special envoy for Congo warned Wednesday that the M23 rebel group has increasingly acted as a conventional army during escalating military action in the country’s volatile east and could threaten the U.N. peacekeeping force charged with protecting civilians.