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Russia's gas deal with China may be evidence of a global readjustment, with those powers aligned against the US and Europe. How will Ukraine's election on Sunday influence East-West relations? Also, Donald Sterling says he'll sell the Clippers, and the space probe ISEE-3 was shut down by NASA 20 years ago, but it's still in orbit. Now, through crowd-sourcing a private group has raised the money to make contact. Will an old explorer get a new mission?

Banner image: Witnessed by Vladimir Putin (Center L) and President of China Xi Jinping (Center R), Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak and Director of China National Energy Administration Wu Xinxiong signed a Memorandum of Understanding on natural gas deliveries via the Eastern Route on May 21, 2014. Photo: the Presidential Press and Information Office

Donald Sterling Says He'll Sell the Clippers 7 MIN, 49 SEC

Fast-paced national/international news and issues program, from KCRW.

Guests:
Daniel Woike, OC and LA Registers (@danwoikesports)

As Russia Pivots to China, What about Ukraine? 34 MIN, 43 SEC

Fast-paced national/international news and issues program, from KCRW.

Guests:
David Gordon, Eurasia Group (@DavidFGordon)
Edward Lozansky, American University in Moscow (@EdwardLozansky)
William Pomeranz, Wilson Center (@kennaninstitute)
Simon Shuster, Time magazine (@shustry)

More:
AP on Putin announcing that Russia will respect result of Ukraine vote
Gordon on China, Russia, the US and the New Superpower Showdown

Can Crowdfunding Revive the Sun-Earth Explorer? 8 MIN, 47 SEC

Fast-paced national/international news and issues program, from KCRW.

Guests:
Elizabeth Howell, freelance journalist (@howellspace)

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