Read Ezekiel 17 today.

This chapter includes the riddle of the eagles and the vines. The two eagles represent the kings of Babylon and Egypt. It tells the story of the treaty with Babylon that was broken when the king if Israel approached Egypt for assistance. Israel had been warned not to go to, or depend upon Egypt. The result of this leadership failure impacted both the leader and the people of Israel. It is a reminder of the importance of good leaders.
Ezekiel 17:15-19 NLT
“Nevertheless, this man of Israel’s royal family rebelled against Babylon, sending ambassadors to Egypt to request a great army and many horses. Can Israel break her sworn treaties like that and get away with it? [16] No! For as surely as I live, says the Sovereign LORD, the king of Israel will die in Babylon, the land of the king who put him in power and whose treaty he disregarded and broke. [17] Pharaoh and all his mighty army will fail to help Israel when the king of Babylon lays siege to Jerusalem again and destroys many lives. [18] For the king of Israel disregarded his treaty and broke it after swearing to obey; therefore, he will not escape.
[19] “So this is what the Sovereign LORD says: As surely as I live, I will punish him for breaking my covenant and disregarding the solemn oath he made in my name.