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  • Poland probably hit by Ukrainian missile: NATO chief

    Poland probably hit by Ukrainian missile: NATO chief

    NATO Secretary said that it was probably a Ukrainian missile that hit Poland earlier this week resulting in the deaths of two civilians.

    November 17, 2022
  • Putin faces grim choices after blast hits prized Crimea bridge

    Putin faces grim choices after blast hits prized Crimea bridge

    While Kiev has not claimed responsibility for the Kerch Strait bridge blast, it has previously taken credit for a series of strikes on targets in Russian-occupied Crimea over the summer.

    October 9, 2022
  • India should up global presence with leadership of non-aligned

    India should up global presence with leadership of non-aligned

    This would also be a continuation of the important role played by India in promotion of non-alignment in earlier days, although the overall conditions then were somewhat different. However, only a country with firmly rooted internal strengths can aspire to such a leadership role among non-aligned countries which together comprise the majority of the world’s countries.

    September 15, 2022
  • Reconstructing Ukraine

    Reconstructing Ukraine

    They need to ensure they do not compound that error by keeping regional powers and blocs out of the post-war planning process.

    September 5, 2022
  • Lines politicians can cross, and those they may not

    Lines politicians can cross, and those they may not

    She attended Helsinki’s Flow Festival, one of the country’s biggest music events. She participated in a debate about the state of the country’s music industry.

    August 31, 2022
  • Ukraine’s I-Day

    Ukraine’s I-Day

    The Biden administration let it be known on Wednesday that it was sending nearly $3 billion in weapons and equipment to Ukraine.

    August 27, 2022
  • Baltic conundrum

    Baltic conundrum

    He is now being severely criticised, perhaps unfairly because he can only action what the alliance’s member-states approve, for not following through on his rhetoric.

    August 25, 2022
  • No endgame in sight in Ukraine

    No endgame in sight in Ukraine

    Nato-reinforced Ukraine put up an unexpectedly formidable resistance, and the prowess of the Russian military machine also appears to have been overrated.

    August 25, 2022
  • Trilateral effort

    Trilateral effort

    Condemning the Kremlin for what he called “nuclear blackmail”, President Zelenaskyy demanded that Russian troops leave the plant.

    August 23, 2022
  • Logic of war

    Logic of war

    In 2021, he highlighted Nato’s rising military threat on his country’s western borders and demanded legal guarantees for Russia.

    August 18, 2022
  • Turkey urges Sweden, Finland to fulfil NATO accession commitments

    Turkey urges Sweden, Finland to fulfil NATO accession commitments

    "They have not yet fulfilled their commitments made in the documents (to join NATO)," Cavusoglu told the annual Ambassadors' Conference, which was held in the capital Ankara to discuss the Turkish foreign policy.

    August 12, 2022
  • US Senate votes to approve Sweden and Finland joining NATO

    US Senate votes to approve Sweden and Finland joining NATO

    The US Senate voted overwhelmingly to approve the accession of Sweden and Finland to NATO, with the resolution gaining the support of 95 senators.

    August 4, 2022
  • Russia says US, NATO ‘main threats’ to national maritime security

    Russia says US, NATO ‘main threats’ to national maritime security

    Putin said in a speech during the parade that the doctrine openly outlines the boundaries and zones of Russia's national interests.

    August 1, 2022
  • Japan Rearms

    Japan Rearms

    Last year, despite the pandemic related slowdown, the defense spending went up by an impressive 15 per cent, from the previous year.

    July 30, 2022
  • Where will the West’s provocations lead?

    Where will the West’s provocations lead?

    Notwithstanding the risk — still remote, but hard to ignore — of a potential nuclear conflagration in Europe, the main Western adversarial focus appears to be on China.

    July 28, 2022
  • Problem with Realism

    Problem with Realism

    Russia, and only Russia, is painted in the Western media as the villain. In the vaunted liberal rules-based international system, based on US rules, there curiously is no law against merciless provocation, only against responding to provocation.

    July 19, 2022
  • Ukraine joins NATO’s program of technological cooperation

    Ukraine joins NATO’s program of technological cooperation

    "Ukraine has strong IT potential and it is a worthy NATO ally. I am sure that we will bring our expertise to the development of collective security," Xinhua quoted Reznikov as saying.

    July 13, 2022