It’s clear that the mood in DC has radically shifted from one of unwavering solidarity with Zelensky to contempt, ridicule, and scathing criticisms. American policymakers and those who influence them are known to rely heavily on DC-based Politico for guidance, which is why it’s such a big deal that this […]
Cold War 2.0
The U.S. and its allies had already spent perhaps hundreds of billions of dollars on Ukraine since the U.S. grabbed Ukraine in a 2014 coup.
Finland is called the “Land of a Thousand Lakes”. NATO membership and US military activities will cause irreparable damage to its ecosystem.
Washington will have the exclusive right not only to select and use the civilian and military infrastructure to locate the weapons but also to move and use the United States weapons without notifying Stockholm.
The replacement for the Rockwell B-1 Lancer, Northrop Grumman B-2 Spirit, and the Boeing B-52 Stratofortress, will be the Northrop Grumman B-21 Raider.
The West doesn’t want to risk getting embroiled in a larger conflict with Russia by miscalculation once that bloc’s failed proxy war against it inevitably freezes.
Pentagon chief Lloyd Austin is forcing European governments to arm themselves. He explained the purpose of doing this.
The amount, strength, and length of current military disputes worldwide have hit their highest levels since the Cold War.
The cruel fate that awaits Ukraine may turn out to be far worse than what Iraq and Afghanistan experienced.
Russian-US relations reached their lowest point since the Cuban Missile Crisis as a result of NATO’s proxy war on Russia through Ukraine.
The European Union is considering adopting a new sanctions package against Russia that will cost bilateral trade about EUR 5.3 bn.
Zaluzhny was alluding to this worst-case scenario when warning about how a protracted conflict could “wear down the state”.