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Geopolitical Tensions Ease In Europe After Missile Hits Poland


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- A missile that hit Poland, near the border with Ukraine, killing two people this week has been walked back from the point of no return, with NATO determining that the missile was not Russian and that there was no intentional Russian attack on Poland–a scenario that evoked the specter of WWIII. NATO, Biden, and Polish leaders have all suggested the missile was Ukrainian. That, however, has been disputed by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, who claims they were not of Ukrainian origin.

- No group has claimed responsibility for a blast on a busy Istanbul street that killed six people and wounded dozens of others last Sunday. Turkish authorities are investigating the incident as a “terrorist attack” and blaming the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK); however, the PKK denies any involvement. A woman–a Syrian national–was believed to have planted the bomb and Turkish authorities claim she confessed to having been trained by the PKK.

- The results of the U.S. midterm elections largely mean that Biden will push ahead with his desired foreign policy goals, which are far easier to push through than policies on the domestic front. It will mean a continuation of the momentum in aiding Ukraine against Russia, for one. Containment of China will likely be kept on a low burn and focus more on dialogue, and there is not likely to be any repairing of relations with Saudi Arabia, while Israel–which…

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