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Nikki Haley · United States
Trump defeats Haley in South Carolina Republican contest
Donald Trump easily defeated Nikki Haley in South Carolina's Republican contest on Saturday, Edison Research projected, extending his winning streak as he marches toward a third consecutive presidential nomination and a rematch with Democratic President Joe Biden.See the Story
47% Center coverage: 242 sources
Europe · Ukraine
Two years after Russia’s invasion, Ukraine reorients its strategy to focus on defence
Two years after Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24, 2022, the lack of troops and ammunition and the depth of Russia's field fortifications are forcing Kyiv to adopt a more defensive strategy. As it waits for more Western support, the Ukrainian army is holding out for better days.See the Story
36% Center coverage: 55 sources
Vladimir Putin · Ukraine
After 2 years of war, questions abound on whether Kyiv can sustain the fight against Russia
The future looks bleak for war-weary Ukraine. It’s beset by shortages in soldiers and ammunition, as well as doubts about the supply of Western aid. Ukrainian forces also face a Russian enemy that has recently seized the initiative on the battlefield. Two years after Russia’s full-scale invasion captured nearly a quarter of the country, the stakes could not be higher for Kyiv.See the Story
72% Center coverage: 43 sources