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Morning Must Reads: June 3

Mark Wilson—Getty Images The early morning sun rises behind the US Capitol Building in Washington, DC.

In the News: Obama pledges solidarity with Eastern Europe; Nato mulls response to Russia's actions in Ukraine; Today is primary day in 8 states; and the Hall-of-Famer suing the NFL over concussions

  • Obama’s new doctrine of diplomacy faces hard test in Europe [TIME]
  • Obama pledges solidarity with Eastern Europe during visit to Poland, announces $1 billion pledge for a “European reassurance initiative” [NYT]
  • The President also addressed Bowe Bergdahl: “The United States has a ‘pretty sacred rule and that is we don’t leave our men or women in uniform behind and that dates back to the earliest days,’ Obama said at a press conference in Warsaw, Poland. [Politico]
  • Nato mulls response to Russian actions in Ukraine [BBC]
  • Once marked by sadness, Hong Kong’s Tiananmen vigil now stirs anger [WSJ]
  • 25 years after Tiananmen Square, time to break the silence [Washington Post]
  • On the home front, Tuesday is primary day in 8 states [The Hill]
  • Primaries pit parties’ pit old guard against new [TIME]
  • More from TIME: Joni Ernst successfully plays the female candidate’s handbook in Iowa
  • Mary Landrieu hates Obama’s new global-warming rules [National Journal]
  • Big Money: Billionaires at bat [Politico]
  • “Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino is among the latest group of NFL players to file a concussion-related lawsuit against the NFL.” [USA Today]
  • Tobacco industry once had high hopes for marijuana business [LA Times]



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