• Matthew Hollingworth
    Matthew Hollingworth “What we still see today is obviously just a level of destruction and dispossession that is far greater than I've probably ever seen anywhere else in the world in any other war. There's so much more to do. Every child I've met today in Gaza said the same thing. They are dreaming of eating vegetables, they're dreaming of eating meat. It's barely a life.” 1 hour ago
  • Andrei Kartapolov
    Andrei Kartapolov “If we see that the challenges and threats increase, it means that we can correct something in [the doctrine] regarding the timing of the use of nuclear weapons and the decision to make this use.” 2 hours ago
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May, 2024

“Taiwan independence forces will be left with their heads broken and blood flowing after colliding against the great … trend of China achieving complete unification.”

Spokesperson of China and deputy director of the Foreign Ministry Information Department of China
23 May 2024 2 1
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“There are those who want to send soldiers to Ukraine. Others are already speculating about the use of nuclear weapons. Every day the threat of a world war is getting closer. We see what is happening: European politicians are making statements about the use of nuclear weapons. The Russians are conducting exercises involving tactical nuclear weapons. The time has come to stop this madness. Hungary has long stated that it is impossible to resolve the Ukrainian conflict militarily. That is why Hungary continues to tell its European partners that instead of indulging in crazy statements and fantasies that threaten to escalate [hostilities] they should spend at least half of their energy on achieving peace. Then there may be hope that this war will end at the negotiating table.”

Hungarian Foreign Minister
23 May 2024 7 3
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“This round of military drills is code-named 'Joint Sword-2024A'. The suffix 'A' suggests there may be future rounds B, and possibly C. Beijing is showing muscle in the immediate wake of [Lai Ching-te] Lai's presidential inauguration to unmistakably signal Beijing's displeasure. But this is the 'signal'. The real 'punishment' is yet to come.”

Specialist in Taiwan and China and a non-resident fellow at the Atlantic Council’s Global China Hub
23 May 2024 5 2
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“The PRC [People's Republic of China] evidently decided to wait until he delivered his [Lai Ching-te] inaugural address and then determine their response. It's clear that Beijing strongly objects to what they view as an attempt to develop a comprehensive 'Taiwan independence' narrative with the goal of altering the nature of cross-strait relations. I expect that they will roll out a series of military, political, and economic measures over the coming weeks and months.”

Managing director of the German Marshall Fund’s Indo-Pacific Program
23 May 2024 5 3
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“This action [ground offensive in Rafah] will go on and on, more forces from the ground, more forces from the air, and we will reach our goals.”

Israeli Defence Minister
23 May 2024 1 2
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“This horrific attack [on Kharkiv and Lyubotyn] should remind everyone around the world that Ukraine still urgently needs seven Patriot systems. We are very grateful to Germany for announcing another system. But getting six more as soon as possible remains critical not only for Ukraine's survival, but also for peace in Europe. Everyone should be clearly aware of what is being said. Every day of delay and debate not only costs lives, but also brings the possibility of a larger war in Europe closer.”

Foreign Minister of Ukraine
23 May 2024 6 3
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