Tuesday, 5 July , 2022

Kaliningrad

Kaliningrad: Provoking Russia

Russia demands Lithuania lift transit ban against Kaliningrad region MOSCOW, June 20. /TASS/. Moscow demands that Vilnius lift its ban on the rail transit of...

German-led NATO battle group trains for war on Belarus, Kaliningrad borders

Jan 5, 2021 Comprised of units from six Allied nations: Belgium, Czech Republic, Germany, Iceland, Netherlands and Norway, NATO’s enhanced Forward Presence Battlegroup Lithuania is...

Dangerous games: NATO threatening Russian Defense Minister

NATO F-18 ‘spooked away’ from Russian Defense Minister’s plane 13 Aug, 2019 Sukhoi Su-27 fighter jets convoying a plane with the Russian defense minister on board...

Has Russia Given Up on the West?

By Patrick J. Buchanan September 20, 2018 By the end of his second term, President Ronald Reagan, who had called the Soviet Union an “evil empire,”...

Imagining threats or overblowing existing ones is an Avenue to War

For 17 months, since the Minsk Agreements were signed in February 2015 to try to bring peace to the eastern Ukraine the Kiev regime, and its neo-Nazi and NATO allies, have been preparing for a new offensive against the east Ukraine republics. On July 22nd the Russian Ambassador Vitaly Churkin stated in a letter to the UN Security Council that “a relapse of large-scale military operations in eastern Ukraine may bury the process of peace settlement there.”