EU Divisions Over Russia Mount as France, Germany Seek Peace in Ukraine

French President Emmanuel Macron, right, shakes hands with Russian President Vladimir Putin after their meeting at the fort of Bregancon in Bormes-les-Mimosas, southern France, Aug. 19, 2019. BRUSSELS – French and German attempts to end the conflict in east Ukraine … Read More

Pentagon calls Russia as US announces Syria withdrawal

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US Defense Secretary Mark Esper/ Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu ©  REUTERS/Christian Hartmann;  Sputnik/Alexey Druzhinin US Secretary of Defense Mark Esper called his Russian counterpart Sergey Shoigu on Monday, as US President Donald Trump announced the US pullout from northeastern Syria. … Read More

Russia’s Kaliningrad Territory Is Armed to The Teeth. NATO Wants to Crush It in a War.

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The Russian exclave of Kaliningrad, which lies between Poland and Lithuania on the Baltic Sea and is geographically separate from the rest of Russia, practically bristles with S-300 and S-400 air-defense missiles, Oniks anti-ship missiles and Iskander surface-to-surface missiles. The … Read More

US Nuclear Weapons Should Be Out of Germany Along With Its Troops, German Lawmaker Says

AP Photo/Mindaugas Kubis US Ambassador Richard Grenell’s renewed criticism of Berlin’s failure to spend more on defense and praising an idea to withdraw American troops from Germany has prompted a backlash in one of Washington’s key allies in Europe. The … Read More

German MP warns US has to take away nuclear weapons if it relocates troops to Poland

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The US is estimated to have around 20 nuclear warheads in Germany. A German lawmaker says the United States has to remove its nuclear weapons — presently kept in Germany— and take them to its own soil, in the event of relocating … Read More

Russian forces tested NATO’s ‘resolve’ during recent Black Sea exercises, says Canadian commander

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Russian aircraft and ships closely shadowed NATO vessels, says Commodore Josée Kurtz Commodore Josée Kurtz speaks to reporters during a tour of HMCS Halifax in April 2009 at the HMC dockyards in Halifax, N.S., when she was the commander of the … Read More

Nato chief calls on Russia to save INF nuclear missile treaty

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Nato Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg told the BBC time is running out to save the key missile treaty -AFP/GETTY Time is running out to save a key nuclear missile treaty with Russia, Nato Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg has told the BBC. Mr. … Read More

US proceeding with plan for coalition to counter Iran threats

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Chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff says he hopes other nations will soon sign up to join the effort to protect commercial traffic in Persian Gulf area Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Joseph Dunford testifies during a … Read More

Germany and the Netherlands to build the first ever joint military internet

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Germany and the Netherlands come together to build TEN (Tactical Edge Networking). German minister of defense Ursula von der Leyen and Dutch minister of defense Ank Bijleveld sign the TEN collaboration agreement. Image: Dutch MOD Government officials from Germany and … Read More

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