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NATO member states agreed to commit at least 2% of their GDPs to defense spending by 2024 to ensure “military readiness.” @gzeromedia shows which member states have already reached the 2% goal and which have not. #GraphicTruth https://t.co/JpJfBeY8Tc
North Korea’s food crisis looks to be its worst since the 1990s. If the Biden administration wants it, there is more of an opening to reach out and start a framework for arms control negotiations. A space worth watching. @gzeromedia World #In60Seconds https://t.co/B4jX1M34ln https://t.co/zTwLx3MuP6
One billion vaccines to lower & medium income countries. 500 million vaccines from the US. I did not hear a single Senator or House member complain about the US doing that. Could have been more, earlier, but good news from the G7. @gzeromedia #QuickTake https://t.co/Zj4Dd3lzYC https://t.co/yWkYoOj6yl
*Preliminary* #IranElections results: w/90% votes counted, Raisi got 62% (17.8m, 2m more than in 2017) Spoiled ballots came in second place, followed by Rezaei, Hemmati, and Ghazizadeh. Hemmati got a lot of press attention but just 2.4m votes. Turnout at 48%, historic low. https://t.co/bpsIDz3GgY
After Iran Supreme Leader’s handpicked choice for President, “none of the above” came in second with about 30% of the vote. On top of historically low turnout, tells you as much as you need to know about Iran’s non-election. https://t.co/e5JHpi3fcv