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In today’s featured cartoon, Brian Adcock comments on the new security partnership of Australia, US and UK — called AUKUS — and French President Emmanuel Macron’s outrage over it.
Peter Brookes sheds light on the nature of US-UK bilateral relationship in light of US President Joe Biden downplaying a post-Brexit trade deal with the UK, saying the two countries were “going to have to work that through”.
Dave Brown also commented on the elusive US-UK trade deal, drawing from UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s recent comments that Biden had “a lot of fish to fry”.
Panic buying of fuel has been going on in the UK after a shortage of lorry drivers triggered an unprecedented fuel crisis. Most fuel stations in the country have been clogged with cars while the Boris Johnson government urged calm. Here is Bob Moran’s take.
Carlos Latuff on the US House of Representatives Friday approving $1 billion dollar for Israel’s controversial Iron Dome missile-defense system while its alleged atrocities against Palestinians continue.
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