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Bipartisan action against Russia? Pros & cons of DC statehood

Jon Lieber, managing director for the United States at Eurasia Group, provides his perspective on US politics:

How likely is bipartisan action against Russia in light of Taliban bounty reports?

I think it's probably unlikely. One of the challenges here is that there's some conflict of the intelligence and anything that touches on the issue of President Trump and Russia is extremely toxic for him. Republicans have so far been tolerant of that and willing to stop any new sanctions coming. I think unless the political situation or the allegations get much worse or more obvious, that stalemate probably remains.

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Attempted Coup in Venezuela: World in 60 Seconds

What do Spain's election tell us about populism in Europe?

It says that populism is continuing to grow. The VOX party on the far right for the first time breaks through 10%. They are in Parliament, they've got 24 seats, and like so many other countries across Europe that's something that is continuing to grow. Their popularity is mostly in the south, where all of those North African immigrants are coming in.

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Religious Tensions Rise in Sri Lanka: World in 60 Seconds

Are religious tensions rising in Sri Lanka?

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Iran Sanctions, US Midterms, China Relations, Venezuela Tensions

Will new Iran sanctions really change Tehran's behavior in the Middle East? Ian's got your World in 60 Seconds straight from Singapore! Ready? Let's go!And go deeper on topics like cybersecurity and artificial intelligence at Microsoft Today in Technology.

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