Residents of Ukraine’s bombed but undaunted capital are taking empty bottles in search of water and crowding into cafés for power and warmth after the latest onslaught of Russian missile strikesContinua a leggere su "Washington Post"
As missiles headed for Kyiv, the European Union’s embargo on seaborne Russian crude and the Group of Seven’s price cap on oil went into effect....05/12/2022 20:07 Washington Post
Scientists around the world warned governments who will be gathering in Montreal this week for the United Nations biodiversity summit to not repeat past mistakes and urged officials to “avoid trade-offs” between people and conservation needs in a report Monday...05/12/2022 14:04 Washington Post
Russia has accused the United States and its allies of capping the oil price for political reasons and has said it is willing to cut production rather than sell oil that is subject to the cap....05/12/2022 02:08 Washington Post
Russia and Ukraine will probably “try to refit, resupply, in a sense, reconstitute” in the spring, Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines said....04/12/2022 20:02 Washington Post
Russia and Ukraine criticized a Western price cap of $60 a barrel on Russian oil, with Moscow saying it went too far and Kyiv saying it didn’t go far enough....04/12/2022 01:34 Washington Post
New START is the sole remaining strategic nuclear arms control treaty between Washington and Moscow, but its future is murky due to tensions in Ukraine....03/12/2022 02:00 Washington Post