Saturday, March 5, 2022

Saturday Evening Links

[Reuters] Russia calls on EU, NATO to stop arms supplies to Ukraine 

[AP] Putin says Ukraine’s future in doubt as cease-fires collapse

[AP] Zelenskyy’s ‘desperate’ plea to Congress: Send more planes

[The Hill] Russia weighs risks of launching cyberattacks against the West

[Reuters] Blinken speaks with Chinese foreign minister on Ukraine: State Dept.

[MSN/WP] U.S. gas prices are rising at fastest pace ever as Russia intensifies invasion of Ukraine, AAA says

[Bloomberg] Russia Energy Chaos Triggers the Biggest Market Shock in Decades

[FT] US works with Poland to provide Ukraine with fighter jets

Saturday's News Links

[Reuters] Putin says Western sanctions are akin to declaration of war

[Reuters] Russia says Ukraine thwarting progress by seeking to involve NATO

[Reuters] Kremlin says the West is behaving like a bandit

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Ukraine Update: Putin Issues Fresh Warning to Kyiv on Statehood

[CNBC] Ukraine says Russia has violated ceasefire agreement; evacuation of civilians suspended in Mariupol

[MSN/WP] Russia’s Ukraine invasion could be a global economic ‘game changer’

[The Hill] Russia weighs risks of launching cyberattacks against the West

[Reuters] UK will speed up sanctions against Russians, Johnson says

[CNN] Four ways the world has changed since Russia invaded Ukraine

[Reuters] Russia says West's sanctions create a 'problem' for Iran nuclear deal

[MSN/WP] China says it seeks to ‘resolve’ Taiwan question, amid comparisons to Ukraine

[Reuters] China announces South China Sea drills close to Vietnam coast

[Reuters] With fast-weakening rouble and fears for future, Russians rush to shop

[WSJ] How the West Unplugged Russia From the World’s Financial Systems

[WSJ] Ukraine Has Accused Russia of Using Thermobaric Weapons. Here’s What Makes Them So Devastating.

[WSJ] How U.S. Stimulus Payments May Have Helped Fuel the Meme-Stock Craze