Aqua Therapy: Inside Robb Report’s April 2022 Marine Issue

This month we considered every angle of the contemporary yacht build and what’s on the horizon for future vessels. Source

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  1. Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov’s comments on Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s Jewish identity have occasioned shock, dismay, and outrage. In an interview on Italian television, Lavrov defended his country’s portrayal of Ukraine as a “Nazi” state, Zelensky’s background notwithstanding. “So what if Zelensky is Jewish?” he asked. “The fact does not negate the Nazi elements in Ukraine.” Indeed, Hitler himself had “Jewish blood,” and “the most ardent antisemites are usually Jews,” he said.

  2. On Sunday, Serbia’s president Aleksandar Vucic announced that his country had agreed to a new three-year gas supply deal with Russia’s state energy provider, Gazprom. 

  3. Danes vote on Wednesday to decide whether to join the European Union’s defense policy, potentially becoming the final hold-out in the bloc to sign up as Russia’s invasion of Ukraine forces countries to radically reassess their security.

  4. Staring down the prospect of an extended stalemate in Ukraine, the US and its allies are placing a renewed emphasis on the need for a negotiated settlement to end the war as the conflict grinds into its 100th day with no clear victory in sight for either side.

  5. David Gergen, who has worked in the White House for four different presidents, explains to CNN’s Fareed Zakaria where President Biden’s administration has gone wrong, and why he’s concerned about a possible rematch between Biden and former President Donald Trump.

  6. New York Times journalist Maggie Haberman breaks down former President Donald Trump’s response to the January 6th Select Committee, and how it can explain what his defense may be.

  7. The mission of the Federal Reserve is to foster the stability of US monetary systems. It’s the reason the central bank was created in 1913, and it’s the reason it still exists today. 

  8. • Thomas calls for reviewing cases on same-sex marriage and contraception
    • Opinion: What Clarence Thomas is going to do now

  9. CNN’s Jake Tapper talks to OB-GYN Dr. Jennifer Gunter about how the Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade could affect women’s health.

  10. Several of the United States’ Western allies responded with anger and dismay after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade on Friday, condemning the decision as “horrific,” “appalling” and “a big step backwards.”

  11. • Biden signs gun safety bill into law
    • Law enforcement officials say gun ruling will make jobs harder

  12. • Police treat deadly shooting near Oslo gay bar as terrorism
    • Biden heads to Europe to keep allies united
    • Analysis: Leaders face crises on all fronts
    • Video: Ukraine leaves city Putin wants

  13. The Democratic chairs of the House Intelligence and Oversight Committees have asked federal intelligence leadership for a congressional briefing and for a damage assessment after the FBI seized 11 sets of classified documents at former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home earlier this week.

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