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The collapse offers a potential second chance to former prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu, whose right-wing Likud party is performing well in local polls.
Israel's current predicament reflects the increasing polarization in the Middle Eastern country of nearly 10 million.
Europe's best shot at replacing Russian gas imports this year is expected to miss the mark.
Turkey "got what it wanted" from the deal with Sweden and Finland penned Tuesday night, the Turkish president's office said in a statement.
As pressure mounts on Russia, Europe is facing "a very tight situation," says Jeffrey Schott analyst at the Peterson Institute for International Economics.
Military activities have quietly enjoyed a sense of exceptionalism from environmental norms that other areas of society are expected to follow.
Bolstering the defense of the Baltic region is seen as one of the most important decisions for NATO leaders to take at the group's June 29-30 summit.
The kingdom works actively with NATO and sees itself as a partner of the alliance.
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has suffered a double blow at the ballot box as his party lost two key parliamentary by-elections in Wakefield and Tiverton.
Luxembourg Prime Minister Xavier Bettel said he was "fully aware" that Russia could turn off the taps: "It's their choice."
The visit comes as Turkey faces an economic crisis, with inflation at more than 70% and a severely depreciated currency.
The move has reopened a tough and delicate debate within the EU over expansion.
The ruble has actually gotten so strong that Russia's central bank is trying to weaken it, fearing that this will make their exports less competitive.
A new front in tensions between Russia and NATO has opened up. This time, it's over the small exclave of Kaliningrad.
Fears of a winter gas shortage are driven by the risk of a full supply disruption to the EU — which receives roughly 40% of its gas via Russian pipelines.