NFSC News| Daily Briefing, May 21, 2022

NFSC News| Daily Briefing, May 21, 2022

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Joe Biden: Today’s World Situation Has Never Made NATO More Important

Joe Biden: Today’s World Situation Has Never Made NATO More Important

05/19/2022 Joe Biden: Today’s world situation has never made NATO more important

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The Disaster Caused by Massive Vaccination Is Coming

The Disaster Caused by Massive Vaccination Is Coming

05/16/2022 The disaster caused by massive vaccination is coming. The sides effects of vaccines include messing up permanently the immune system which leads to chronic diseases, the cumulative effect of cardiotoxicity and lipid nanoparticles into the ovaries. 

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Former Chairman of Federal Reserve: The Fed’s Slow Response to Inflation was a Mistake.

Former Chairman of Federal Reserve: The Fed’s Slow Response to Inflation was a Mistake.

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It is reported on May 16, that Bernanke, who guided the Fed through the 2008 financial crisis and implemented unprecedented Quantitative Easing (QE), said that although the question of when to curb inflation is complicated, the real question is why did the Fed postpone it. Why is there a delay in response? It doesn’t seem right. Bernanke believes that the Fed agrees that this is a mistake.

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Bernanke said that gradualism is one of several reasons the Fed did not respond more quickly to inflationary pressures in mid-2021. And that the current high inflation, with prices rising at such a high rate, is entirely different from the hyperinflation of the late 1970s and early 1980s.

Several Fed officials have defended their policy response, saying that when inflation is more persistent, they have begun using “forward guidance” to tell the market that tighter policies are coming.

When inflation starts to rise above the Fed’s 2% target in the spring of 2021, policymakers say specific factors triggered by the pandemic will wane and expect high inflation to be “temporary”.

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The report said the Fed is actively tightening policy but faced criticism from all sides for dragging its feet for too long before pulling policy. Meanwhile, the U.S. economy is facing high inflation running at 8.3%.

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The Ukrainian National Football Team Thanked NFSC’s Humanitarian Efforts

The Ukrainian National Football Team Thanked NFSC’s Humanitarian Efforts

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On their way to France for training, the Ukrainian national football team stopped by NFSC’s camp in Medyka, Poland. They visited the tent of the NFSC and ROLF to rest and drink coffee. They thanked the NFSC for its humanitarian assistance to Ukrainian refugees.

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The U.S. House passes $40 billion bill to bolster assistance to Ukraine

The U.S. House passes $40 billion bill to bolster assistance to Ukraine

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According to Reuters on May 10th, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a US$40 billion bill to extend further assistance to Ukraine by 368 to 57. Besides funds for security assistance and replenishing stocks of U.S. equipment sent to Ukraine, the legislation authorized a further $11 billion in Presidential Drawdown Authority, which allows the President to authorize the transfer of articles and services from U.S. stocks without congressional approval in response to an emergency.

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In addition, the bill authorized $4 billion in Foreign Military Financing to provide support for Ukraine as well as other countries affected by the crisis and $14 billion in humanitarian assistance, including $5 billion to address global food insecurity and $9 billion for an economic support fund for Ukraine.

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UK, Sweden, and Finland Reach A Security Agreement

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Following the Russo-Ukrainian war, Sweden and Finland have been threatened by Russia for expressing a strong desire to join the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).

On May 11, UK Prime Minister Johnson announced that the UK had reached a security agreement with Sweden and Finland, committing military support from the UK for the two countries should they be under attack. In addition, the pact also intensifies intelligence sharing among the three states and accelerates joint military training, exercises, and deployments.

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Johnson, echoing the same account as Miles Guo who has previously stated that the Russian-Ukrainian war had certainly changed the political landscape in Europe and around the world, said that Russia’s invasion of Ukraine had changed the landscape of European security and Russia has failed.

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Urgent Security Council Meeting Sanctions North Korea, the U.S. in Confrontation with China and Russia

Urgent Security Council Meeting Sanctions North Korea, the U.S. in Confrontation with China and Russia

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The U.N. Security Council held an emergency meeting after North Korea launched a series of ballistic missiles. The United States emphasized that it would strengthen sanctions against North Korea through a new resolution. Yet China and Russia are considering the relaxation of sanctions, and the United States is in confrontation with China and Russia.

On May 11, the United Nations Security Council held an emergency meeting at the request of the United States in response to North Korea’s repeated ballistic missile launches. As a result, the U.S. drafted a new resolution to strengthen sanctions against North Korea. U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Thomas Greenfield said, the Security Council can no longer remain silent, and the sanctions resolution needs to be communicated to all members of the Council as soon as possible. Greenfield said we could not sit back and wait for provocative and dangerous acts such as North Korea’s nuclear test, calling for the resolution to be adopted as soon as possible. In addition, Greenfield accused China and Russia of “blocking all sanctions resolutions against North Korea for the past four years, equivalent to giving North Korea a free pass to its illegal behavior. In response, Chinese Communist Party Ambassador to the United Nations Zhang Jun said, “The United States fetishizes the magical power of sanctions, and U.S. resolutions are not the appropriate way to deal with the current situation on the Korean Peninsula.” Communist China, along with Russia, has advocated easing sanctions against North Korea, and the United States has confronted China and Russia. 

Japanese Ambassador to the United Nations Ishikane strongly criticized North Korea’s repeated ballistic missile launches and said, “North Korea is taking advantage of the U.N. Security Council’s less-than-tough response to accelerating its nuclear weapons development.” Ishikane stressed that it is now even more critical for the Security Council to respond quickly and consistently.

Regarding the new resolution submitted by the United States, Japan’s Chief Cabinet Secretary Matsuno said at a morning press conference, “We strongly condemn North Korea’s launch of ballistic missiles and firmly support the new Security Council resolution proposed by the United States. Furthermore, the series of nuclear missiles launched by North Korea, the activity seriously threatens the peace and security of the international community and repeatedly violates the resolutions of the U.N. Security Council. Therefore, we cannot discuss easing sanctions.”

Matsuno said, “I hope the UNSC will work together to fulfill its responsibilities. We will continue to closely monitor the movement of the UNSC in response to the North Korean issue and work with the U.S. and other international communities to urge North Korea to comply with all of its obligations under UNSC resolutions.

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