Sunday, June 16, 2024

Tag: Ukraine

G7 leaders reached an agreement to utilize frozen Russian assets as collateral for a $50 billion loan to Ukraine, with the Biden administration emphasizing that Russia will bear the repayment responsibility.
The Ukraine Communications Group, established by the US and Poland earlier this week, could significantly influence US elections by targeting conservative-nationalist opposition and possibly aiding the liberal-globalist elite's objectives.
On Sunday, former U.S. Air Force officer Jake Broe reported on X that Russians on Kremlin State TV declared Mexico their military ally, considering placing missiles on Mexican territory to attack the United States.
A Ukrainian enemies list titled "Roller Coaster: From Trumpists to Communists," published by the Data Journalism Agency, targets American influencers. The Ukrainian online newspaper "Data Journalism Agency" (TEXTY), which...
At the Saint Petersburg International Economic Forum, Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov claimed that France seeks 'direct' entry into the Ukraine war. According to the Kremlin, France, a NATO member,...
According to an article in The Telegraph, NATO's "Military Schengen" Strategy entails streamlining military logistics across Europe to expedite troop deployment, particularly to the Russian border, with the aim of strengthening the EU's militarization and containment of...
Here are the key points from GGI experts’ discussion on the grave implications of recent Ukrainian drone attacks on Russia's strategic early-warning radar systems. These attacks, supported by NATO, targeted radars at Armavir and Orsk in April...
Lt. Gen. Alexander Sollfrank, chief of NATO's Joint Support and Enabling Command, said that NATO plans to send its troops, primarily U.S. soldiers, to the front lines in the conflict against Russia.
Belgian Prime Minister Alexander De Croo announced on Tuesday, while hosting Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, that Belgium would send 30 F-16 fighter jets to Ukraine on the condition that they are not used against Russia.
The United States has a history of unsuccessful military engagements, including withdrawals from Saigon, Beirut, Mogadishu, and Kabul. Despite some victories, such as against Saddam Hussein and Muammar el-Qaddafi, the U.S. faced challenges in achieving long-term success.