Dmitry Rogozin, the head of the Russian space agency, has warned that Russia could destroy NATO in 30 minutes with nuclear weapons in his Telegram channel.
On March 9, 2021, the former Supreme Allied Commander of NATO, Admiral James Stavridis, co-authored a fiction novel with Elliott Ackerman, another former U.S. military officer. The book, entitled 2034: A Novel of the Next World War, imagines a kinetic war between the United States and China.
As the Russia-Ukraine war enters a new phase, former Swiss intelligence officer, senior United Nations official, and NATO advisor Jacques Baud analyzes the conflict and argues that the US and its allies are exploiting Ukraine in a longstanding campaign to bleed its Russian neighbor.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov says that EU has changed its stance toward Russia because of western countries and is now acting as the military arm of NATO.
In Brussels, NATO and its Asia-Pacific allies—Australia, Japan, New Zealand, and the Republic of Korea—discussed international support for Ukraine. After Russia, now NATO is set to enter the Asia-Pacifc with the aim of targeting China.
In an article Washington Post admits some NATO members wants to prolong the war in Ukraine to deplete and isolate Russia.
Quantum technology will most importantly provide a military advantage on the battlefront, by supplying more data regarding enemy forces as well as their movement patterns. With this in sight, NATO is set to build a new center for quantum technology in Denmark.
NATO has been expanding eastward in Europe for years, despite commitments issued to the Soviet leaders. But this shouldn't have been an issue in the first place as NATO should have been dissolved back in 1991 because the threat of Soviet Union ceased to exist.
The true story is that the neo-Nazi Azov batallion took scores of Mariupol civilians as human shields since the start of the Russian military operation in Ukraine, and retreated to Azovstal as a last stand. After an ultimatum delivered last week, they are now being completely exterminated by the Russian and Donetsk forces and Chechen Spetsnaz.
Nearly three weeks have passed since Russian President Vladimir Putin began his invasion of Ukraine, but it still is not clear why he did so and what he hopes to achieve. Western analysts, commentators and government officials have put forward more than a dozen theories to explain Putin's actions, motives, and objectives.