Source - Fox News

Giuliani said he was disappointed in John Bolton, after reports emerged that he had called Giuliani a hand grenade over his Ukraine investigations.

Source - The Daily Express

The strong performance of the right-wing Law and Justice party (PiS) in yesterdays Polish general election has disastrous implications for the European Union, a political commentator has warned.

Source - The Daily Express

Boris Johnson has cancelled todays cabinet meeting after late-night talks with a DUP delegation at Number 10 last night.

Source - Fox News

Both Bolton and Hill had concerns about the conversation, she testified. Bolton directed her to alert John Eisenberg, a lawyer at the NSC, she said, the Journal reported.

Source - Associated Press

Fiona Hill, a former top National Security Council expert on Russia, praised ousted U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch during testimony on Monday before the House Intelligence Committee.

Source - The Daily Express

Johnsons talks with Ireland Prime Minister Leo Varadkar have been hailed a victory after No10 released a statement stating the pair are on the pathway to a deal.

Source - Fox News

Two associates of Rudy Giuliani who have been linked to his investigations in Ukraine have been indicted for campaign finance violations, according to court documents released Thursday.

Source - Fox News

Erdoğan threatened that his country could just open the gates and send 3.6 million Syrian refugees into Europe if the European Union classifies his militarys ongoing assault on Syria as an invasion.

Source - Associated Press

A Defense Intelligence Agency employee was arrested Wednesday for allegedly leaking information to reporters and charged with two counts of willful transmission of national defense information.


Source - Breitbart

Erdogan called on NATO allies for support, saying Turkey is under pressure and harassment by Kurdish terrorists.

Source - Fox News

Turkeys ongoing military assault in Syria has left more than 100 Kurdish forces dead, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan claimed Thursday morning.


Aaron Klein - Breitbart

Mark Zaid, the activist attorney representing the so-called whistleblower at the center of the impeachment movement targeting Trump, says he is representing a second so-called whistleblower who spoke to the Intelligence Communitys inspector.

by Cristina Wong - Breitbart

Hundreds of pages of never-released memos and documents conflict with a story that Joe Biden telling about him pressuring Ukraine to fire its chief prosecutor because he was corrupt, and not because the prosecutor was investigating a company that hired hi

by Anthony H. Cordesman - CSIS

There are no convincing open-source reports as to how far Iran, North Korea, China, Russia, and other powers have gotten in developing and deploying such systems, and in adding some stealth features and other penetration aids.

by Michael Stephens - RUSI

The attacks on oil installations in Saudi Arabia are grim reminders of Irans challenge to the entire Middle East, and the paucity of US options.

Dalibor Rohac, Scott Cullinane - AEI

Whatever one thinks of the current U.S. administration, the interests of the United States and Europe are closely aligned on what is arguably the most important geopolitical issue of our age: China.

by Madeline Grant - The Telegraph

To many, the statement recalled his predecessors tedious addresses outside No 10 the nothing has changed indecisiveness that came to define Theresa Mays term in office.

by Thomas Wright - Brookings

Donald Trump may be facing his first real international crisis as president, prioritizing trade concerns as China appears poised for a crackdown against pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong which could make a new Cold War all but inevitable.

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