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LyrArc brings in selected articles from many of the world's top publications.

Articles are selected by experts and you can see the gist of the important articles.


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Foreign Ministers of India and China, S. Jaishankar and Wang Yi call for diplomacy and negotiations to settle the conflict in Ukraine without it having to spill over and affect poor and developing countries in insidious ways through food and other shortages.
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This WSJ editorial describes the partial mobilization announced by Mr. Putin as coming at a time when world opinion is turning against the war, with world leaders opposing the continuation of the war, including China, India, Turkey and most of the world.
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Turkish president Erdogan says his talks with Mr. Putin at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization meetings gave him the impression that Russia would like to end the war as soon as it can. Ukraine is recovering some of the territory lost in the early days of the war in the Luhansk region as its forces advance leading to a situation in which a new phase is reached in the war.
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"Today's era is not an era of war, and I have spoken to you on the phone about this." Modi tells Putin at a meeting this week with the Russian leader. And Putin's reply "I know your position on the conflict in Ukraine and the concerns that you constantly express. We will do our best to stop this as soon as possible. Only unfortunately the opposing side, the leadership of Ukraine, announced that it wants to achieve its goals by military means  as they say &qu ...
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Yaroslav Trofimov gives his reflections on what the war means for Russia in this Essay in WSJ, and the sense within Russia that the war itself was a mistake. A result of miscalculations and a result that leaves Russia in no way better than it was in 2021 before the conflict. Hard won economic gains achieved by Mr. Putin during the last two decades have in fact been compromised by the conflict. No discussion has even been done on the transition away from fossil fuels that have been ...
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Macron says all of Algeria's problems are blamed on France and Algeria's rulers are in a tough system. He says Turkey's ability to wipe away the period before 1830 when Algeria was under the Ottoman Empire does not impress him. His point is that France was not the only colonizer when it took over Algeria in 1830. Macron also says French rule created the Algerian nation as an entity, that Algeria we know today did not exist before the French.
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This BBC report says the Russian Black Sea fleet is reduced to little more than a coastal flotilla and the fleet is now adopting a defensive posture after heavy losses. This also makes an attack on Odessa unlikely. Odessa and other Black sea ports are where grain shipments leave Ukraine for Africa and other parts of Europe. This means shipments using Turkey and UN sponsored deal can now safely be routed from Odessa. 

It also means Ukraine is in a better position in the sou ...
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Food inflation is affecting a wide range of countries not just poor countries. Even in the US where on average only 7% of the income of households goes to food, for poor and lower income households this can go up to over 30%. In Turkey with a high inflation rate of 80% in June over prior year, the problems of food inflation are severe. Turkey, Egypt, Tunisia and other Arab countries get most of their wheat from Ukraine and Russia through Black Sea ports.

Across Asia the situati ...
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A Turkey and UN supported agreement is reached in Istanbul, Turkey, between Russia and Ukraine that would enable export of 20 million tons of Ukraine grains at its ports. Turkey and UN would inspect the ships to ensure no weapons smuggling is taking place and Ukrainian vessels would take the grain carrying ships through safe channels in the Black Sea. This will also get Russian grain out through the Black Sea ports.
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UN sponsored talks taking place to let shipments of Ukraine grain to leave Black Sea ports. The way this would be done is by arranging a safe passage along a pathway that would be cleared of mines for ships to get from Black Sea ports to safer waters. This would still take weeks for the work needed to make this happen. Turkey, Egypt, Tunisia and other Middle Eastern countries are heavily dependent on Ukrainian grain and warehouses in Ukraine need to be cleared for the coming harve ...

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