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An Israeli Invasion of Lebanon Could Boost the Russia-Iran Alliance

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If Israel invades Lebanon, Washington fears it will hasten a Russia-Iran alliance, with one geographical part of that scenario already underway in Yemen. U.S. intelligence claims (according to a Middle East news outlet) that Putin had already approached the Saudis for permission to arm the Houthis with anti-ship cruise missiles.

Two unexpected outcomes in France this week after snap parliamentary elections. The far-right won a record number of votes in French snap parliamentary elections, leaving Macron’s centrists sidelined with only 20%. The far-right made very significant gains.

Again, illicit weapons are entering Libya, this time Chinese military drones disguised as wind turbines on two separate container ships–both seized by Italian authorities. Italy is keeping a keen eye on its ports and waterways, as those weapons are going either to General Haftar in the east or to the Russians, who are looking to build a port on Libya’s coast–a direct shot across to Italy.

Iran held presidential elections on June 28 and the runoff on July 2. Reformist candidate Masoud Pezeshkian was said to have a very narrow lead over his runoff rival, hardline candidate Saeed Jalili, just before polls opened again on Wednesday Results from voting were not yet in at the time of writing. The winner of the election must be approved by Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, whose views are ultraconservative hardline. That means that even if Pezeshkian…





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