Military Support to Ukraine Not Affecting U.S. Readiness

By C. Todd Lopez , U.S: Department of Defence (DOD) News WASHINGTON (IDN) — Since the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, February 24, the U.S. government has provided $2.6 billion in security assistance to the Ukrainians to help them regain and defend their sovereignty. Much of what has been sent has come straight […]

Russia Concerned About Finland, Sweden and Moldova Joining NATO

By Kester Kenn Klomegah* MOSCOW | HELSINKI (IDN) — Further expansion of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) toward Russia’s territorial backyard is nothing new. As a prestigious security alliance, it consistently seeks consolidated development in terms of tasks and membership strength. The collapse of the Soviet Union marked the end of Mikhail Gorbachev and […]

Ukraine War Hits Russia’s Tourism Industry

By Kester Kenn Klomegah MOSCOW (IDN) — Russia’s tourism, both in-bound and out-bound, is severely hit by the war-ravaged crisis that unfolded in the former Soviet republic of Ukraine late February. For more than two years, the tourism industry was affected due to the widespread Covid-19 that shattered the world. Industry operators say that the […]

The MADness of the Resurgent U.S. Cold War With Russia

Viewpoint by Nicolas J.S. Davies* NEW YORK (IDN) — The war in Ukraine has placed U.S. and NATO policy toward Russia under a spotlight, highlighting how the United States and its allies have expanded NATO right up to Russia’s borders, backed a coup and now a proxy war in Ukraine, imposed waves of economic sanctions, […]

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