Naval Muscle: Russia’s Northern Fleet Is Getting Some Seriously Dangerous Submarines

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The Northern Fleet is now taking a major step to modernize its submarine force with a new hardware shipment slated for later this year. From the Petr Velikiy battlecruiser to the Admiral Gorshkov frigate, Russia’s Northern Fleet is home to some of the … Read More

Americans, Germans hold opposite views of nations’ relations

BERLIN (AP) — Americans and Germans differ widely on their assessments of the state of relations between their countries, but hold very similar views on international issues, including their support for NATO, according to survey results reported Monday. A Pew Research … Read More

Germany’s Policy Choices Are Hastening The Decline Of NATO

German soldiers take a rest on a Leopard2 A6 tank during the NATO military exercise ‘Iron Wolf 2017’ at Stasenai, 80 miles west-north of Vilnius, Lithuania, June 20, 2017. (AP Photo/Mindaugas Kulbis) Much has been written over the last two … Read More

America is waking up to the critical threat that is Russia

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A new Gallup poll released this week suggests that 52 percent of Americans regard the Russian military as a critical threat to U.S. interests. Those respondents are correct. A plurality of Americans, 32 percent, view Russia as our “greatest enemy today,” a stark … Read More

Russia and China in terrifying plot ‘to form an alliance against the West’

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RUSSIA will turn its back on Europe for good and join forces with China “to form an alliance against the West” according to reports in Politico. Moscow no longer cares about “European integration or moving towards Europe” instead it is … Read More

EU needs to stand together against foreign powers like US, China: Dutch PM

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Mark Rutte. (Photo: Berolina/DepositPhotos) If the European Commission and the European Union Member States make one fist together, Europe can become one of the most important players on the world stage, according to Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte. With countries … Read More

Weekly Update by Mark Armstrong – 1 February 2019

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Greetings from Tyler, The mainstream media’s hair caught fire this week. It seems that President Trump had the audacity to disagree with top “intelligence” officials who say Iran poses no nuclear threat. Evidence has surfaced that the regime is still … Read More

France and Germany move closer together to lead Europe

posted in: Germany, News

Photo taken on Jan. 22, 2019 shows a view of the treaty of Aachen signing ceremony in Aachen, Germany. [Photo/Xinhua] France and Germany – political and economic powerhouses of Europe – have rewritten the terms of their long-term engagement to … Read More

Why world’s scariest flashpoint may be Russia-Ukraine

If the crisis escalates, there will be pressure to toughen western sanctions on Moscow Vladimir PutinImage Credit: AP United Kingdom Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson visited Ukraine on Friday and told Kiev that it does not stand alone during the current … Read More

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