NATO Expansion, Biden’s Baby-Formula Crisis: The Political Week in Photos
Sweden and Finland formally bid to join NATO, seeking to bolster their security in Europe in the face of Russia’s aggression in Ukraine. While many members of the military alliance quickly embraced their applications, Turkey said it would block the move unless its demands are met on what it sees as the Nordic pair’s support for Kurdish militants.
China eased some restrictions on Shanghai after a lengthy Covid-related lockdown, but shipping and supply chains in the country remain snarled. Premier Li Keqiang told local governments to “act decisively” on measures to support growth in the coming weeks in an effort to bring the economy back on track as soon as possible.