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Russia Summons US Ambassador After Ukraine Uses ATACMS Missiles on Crimea

Russia Summons U.S. Ambassador After Ukraine Uses ATACMS Missiles on Crimea
On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Melik Abdul discuss the latest developments from around the globe, including the latest Ukrainian attacks on Crimea.
The show begins with Senior Research Fellow at the Global Policy Institute George Szamuely joining to discuss the ongoing French elections as the far-right gains momentum.
The second hour starts with attorney and Executive Director of the Rainbow PUSH Coalition Bob Patillo sharing his perspective on the latest SCOTUS rulings.
Later, International Relations and Security Analyst Mark Sleboda analyzes Ukraine's attack on Crimea. He also discusses the terrorist attack in the Russian region of Dagestan.
The show closes with author, journalist, and activist Robert Fantina discussing the rising tensions between Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu and U.S. President Biden amid Netanyahu's accusations of the U.S. withholding weapons.
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