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Today, Russia is waging a major land war in Ukraine, Iran is poised to get “The Bomb” and the threat posed by the Chinese Communist Party is growing by the day. Unfortunately, these and other crises are likely to demand our focused attention in the days and months ahead.

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Multiple reports today of explosions at a Russian base near Hvardijsk, Crimea. Russia says these acts were sabotage, and a Ukrainian official says it was the result of an elite military unit.

A new report by the Institute for the Study of War claims that Russia is failing to adequately feed, pay, or provide benefits for volunteer soldiers who are operating in Ukraine. Further, funeral expenses for fallen soldiers are not being covered by Moscow.

Germany sent six air force fighters o an 8,000 mile "quick reaction" deployment to Singapore, which was completed today. The rehearsal was designed to demonstrate Europe's ability to send planes to the Indo-Pacific region rapidly. (1/2)

Reports from media outlets in the Middle East claim that Russia has ordered thousands of Shahed 129 reconnaissance and strike drones from Iran. (1/2)

- New Zealand will send 120 personnel to the UK to help train Ukrainian soldiers.

- Ukraine's President Zelensky has dismissed the heads of SBU offices in Ternopil and Kyiv, and has moved the Lviv SBU head to Kyiv.

Russian forces appear to be withdrawing from areas west and north of Kherson for, at this moment, unknown reasons. There is no major Ukrainian offensive in the area at this time.

- China began a new set of military drills around Taiwan as the US lawmakers visit Taiwan.

- Germany's Economic Minister has said that Germany's previously-held Russia-dependent energy model has failed and will not be returning in the future.

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