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The State Department has ordered U.S. diplomats’ families to evacuate Ukraine amid fears | ABC News ctm magazine



The State Department has ordered U.S. diplomats’ families to evacuate Ukraine amid fears of a Russian invasion.

Plus, police say an officer was shot Sunday night in Washington, D.C.

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34 Comments

  • Dawn Parker on January 24, 2022

    msm promotes this hate and division

  • Melieka Anaekwe on January 24, 2022

    HITLER NEPHEW'S

    THEY LIVED….
    YALL GOT LIFE BENT….
    EVERY TIME YOU
    BREATHE!!!!!!! YOUR DEATH COUNT GO UP….
    YEA OL JO LEAVE YOU TO DROP YOU LIKE HUNTED AND
    MAKE
    YOU
    PAY!!!!!!!!!!!!
    WOWW….. YOU JUST DON'T HAVE PRETTY MUCH NOTHIBG BETTER TO DO????
    THIS IS A GOOD MONDAY TO STOP….
    KILLING
    STEALING
    LIYING
    EVEN DIEING….. TRY IT!!!!!!!

  • Koda_51 on January 24, 2022

    Great going biden. Smh.

  • WHY CAN'T OUR GOVERNMENT STAY OUT OF OTHER COUNTRIES PROBLEMS? WE CAN'T TAKE CARE OF OUR OWN VETS, CITIZENS, PROBLEMS, HOMELESS PEOPLE, PANDEMIC, ETC… YOU CAN'T FIX ANOTHER COUNTRIES PROBLEMS WHEN YOU CAN'T FIX OUR COUNTRY 1ST!!! 🇱🇷🇱🇷🇱🇷

  • Stuck in Paradise on January 24, 2022

    What a bunch of spam and trolls on this comment section… They must be so scared.. I'm here accepting there isn't much I can do and just going to sit back and watch

  • 2020 prepper on January 24, 2022

    How many U.S. diplomats live there be for real ?

  • Marc Montti on January 24, 2022

    I think it's unfair how Russia and China are being treated.

    Monopolies are illegal because they hurt the growth of other ways of doing things.

    Russia and China should be considered victims. Them maybe conflict resolution will start to happen.

  • rareroots on January 24, 2022

    General milley can lead them with his tail between his genderless legs

  • Gemthetics on January 24, 2022

    "Call on the Lord in the day of trouble,
    and He will deliver you."
         – Psalm  50 :15

  • poedunk 406 on January 24, 2022

    Blinken saying the opposite of Biden. Biden said a "minor incursion" wouldn't be a big deal🤣 Also, mainstream media suddenly pretending to support the police but twisting it into a gun control narrative.. What a joke.

  • LiL Philosophy on January 24, 2022

    And so the horses of apocalypse keep running together

  • Andi Lamh on January 24, 2022

    US policy continues to be ultimately defined by a rigid absolutism which is destabilizing global security, in what one American academic characterizes as the “overstretched superpower,” asking, “Does America have more rivals than it can handle?”

    Moscow has set out clearly its demands for an improvement in relations with the US, but irrespective of what foreign policy realists suggest, the neoconservative thinking dominant in Washington cannot feasibly conceive the prospect of any compromise with a country deemed adversarial – be it Russia, China, North Korea or Iran. 

    American foreign policy strategy since 1991 has been fanatically obsessed with affirming its unilateral hegemony over the entire international system at all costs, irrespective of how realistic that is. This makes a balanced policy impossible. Now, Washington finally finds itself facing pushback on multiple fronts, from rivals who are much stronger than they were. This factor is the true driver of the burgeoning China-Russia strategic partnership, their growing closeness with Iran, and Pyongyang doubling down on its nuclear program. The Biden administration’s foreign policy may die on this hill of conflicting pressures.

    The United States has been a major power for more than 100 years, and will continue to be one for the foreseeable future. Its domestic politics may be increasingly unstable and unpredictable, but the country is not on the verge of collapse. That isn’t the issue. 

    The problem is that America has, for the past few decades, attuned itself to believe it must be the sole unipolar power in the world, and that its hegemony affirmed after the Cold War amounts to a form of destiny and fate. This has produced a foreign policy premised on extreme levels of aggression, zero-sum thinking, and a rendition that any competitors in any region of the globe must be subject to the full weight of military and economic containment. They cannot be dealt with pragmatically or creatively, or allowed to join a partnership with the US in what might be in the world’s best interests. Unless the world is permanently and irreversibly molded to America’s image, there never can be peace.

    In some ways, this hegemonic thinking has corroded its domestic politics as much as it has its place in the world. Slogans such as “Make America Great Again!” and “America is back!” are affirmations of a sense of self-status which, in fear of losing dominance in the shifting geopolitical world, must be regained. This all-or-nothing approach to foreign policy has led to a new cold war with China, a growing conflict with Russia spurred by NATO expansionism, a series of proxy conflicts in the Middle East against Iran, and a nuclear North Korea which, despite facing maximum sanctions, continues to build its military capabilities. 

    All of these foreign policy frontiers have very different contexts and historical backgrounds, but all are rooted in the doctrine that compromise with these countries on any level is unacceptable, short of their accepting American military and strategic supremacy over them. If they respond in kind to Washington’s belligerence towards them, they are then branded “aggressors.”

    In the midst of all this, America’s relentless campaign against Beijing has only emboldened others to find the strategic space to push back even harder. The China-Russia strategic partnership, and their growing trilateral partnership with Iran, is not a plot for global hegemony or even an alliance in formal terms, but a coalescing set of shared interests against American attempts to impose military and strategic hegemony over each respective country’s peripheral regions

    But the main problem for the US is that it is in danger of overstretching itself. How can it attain supremacy on so many fronts? All while not being prepared to compromise or cede an inch? This is indicative of how US foreign policy is not so much strategic, but power-obsessed at its core. Washington talks of the “Indo-Pacific” as its priority, but has fingers in every single pie to the point that, even when it wants to downplay certain issues, such as North Korea or Iran, or Russia, it cannot. 

    All because it is inconceivable that it makes any concessions to countries that challenge the US-dominated status quo. Russia must leave Ukraine alone, and accept NATO expansion. Iran should return to the deal the US abrogated, but give more concessions. North Korea must completely denuclearize and accept US military hegemony over it before it gets any sanctions relief. China must give the US the right to economically and militarily dominate it.

    The Biden administration has neither the leadership, political will, nor gambit to do what Richard Nixon did 50 years ago with his historic visit to China to meet Chairman Mao and to make a move which would benefit US interests – and the world’s interests – in the long run. No, it is all seen through the dangerous prism of continued American dominance – bow down to us, or we will hurt you. 

    This zero-sum and universalist rendering of US foreign policy means there are some hard lessons ahead, as well as more potential crises as Washington pursues its crusades on multiple fronts. An America in denial of its fading place in the world is the true danger to peace, and there’s little inclination Washington is about to have an epiphany about that, as it seeks to impose its policies on the Middle East, the Indo-Pacific, Eastern Europe and the Korean Peninsula.

  • CNN sucks on January 24, 2022

    Been waiting on this. Democrats accused Trump of everything thing they were doing so it was only a matter of time before war with Russia

  • черный квадрат on January 24, 2022

    America, as always, stirred up and hit the road. and now you fight.

  • G' Pop on January 24, 2022

    Nato translation is send in American teenagers. To die for what.

  • Jo Blackburn on January 24, 2022

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  • What a bunch of spam and trolls on this comment section… They must be so scared.. I'm here accepting there isn't much I can do and just going to sit back and watch

  • Not of this world on January 24, 2022

    I’m not sure the American military could handle war these days without a safe place to run to.
    America is hardly the power it was years ago.

  • Cris silva evangelismo on January 24, 2022

    Good Morning. May God bless you comforting you from all sadness and angels help you. Job 42:5: "Before I knew you by hearing, but now I see you with my own eyes.' Jesus wants to reveal himself to you. To give you experiences with his love and compassion. His death on the cross is proof of this immense love. But He is risen. He is the way, the Truth and the life. Seek Him with all your heart and will find him. You are precious to God. Pray. Always read the bible. Jesus Christ will return. Greetings from Brazil.🙋🙏🌺🌺🌷🌷🌹🌹🌺🌺🌷🌷🌹🌹

  • I think it's unfair how Russia and China are being treated.

    Monopolies are illegal because they hurt the growth of other ways of doing things.

    Russia and China should be considered victims. Them maybe conflict resolution will start to happen.

  • I think it's unfair how Russia and China are being treated.

    Monopolies are illegal because they hurt the growth of other ways of doing things.

    Russia and China should be considered victims. Them maybe conflict resolution will start to happen.

  • Sarah Hall on January 24, 2022

    Get them out of there!!

  • Zeitgeistboxee on January 24, 2022

    Don't look up.

  • America, as always, stirred up and hit the road. and now you fight.

  • Good Morning. May God bless you comforting you from all sadness and angels help you. Job 42:5: "Before I knew you by hearing, but now I see you with my own eyes.' Jesus wants to reveal himself to you. To give you experiences with his love and compassion. His death on the cross is proof of this immense love. But He is risen. He is the way, the Truth and the life. Seek Him with all your heart and will find him. You are precious to God. Pray. Always read the bible. Jesus Christ will return. Greetings from Brazil.

  • "Call on the Lord in the day of trouble,
    and He will deliver you."
         – Psalm  50 :15

  • HilarityBribo on January 24, 2022

    Stand with Russia and Putin against the obama soros kiev coup

  • What a bunch of spam and trolls on this comment section… They must be so scared.. I'm here accepting there isn't much I can do and just going to sit back and watch

  • America, as always, stirred up and hit the road. and now you fight.

  • I think it's unfair how Russia and China are being treated.

    Monopolies are illegal because they hurt the growth of other ways of doing things.

    Russia and China should be considered victims. Them maybe conflict resolution will start to happen.

  • PETER SAINT PIERRE on January 24, 2022

    Police officers are not liked because most of them are criminals in uniform . It’s only a matter of time before it becomes unbearable

  • I think it's unfair how Russia and China are being treated.

    Monopolies are illegal because they hurt the growth of other ways of doing things.

    Russia and China should be considered victims. Them maybe conflict resolution will start to happen.

  • "Call on the Lord in the day of trouble,
    and He will deliver you."
         – Psalm  50 :15

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