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America Dumps INF Treaty. Time for Russian Missiles in Latin America?
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America Dumps INF Treaty. Time for Russian Missiles in Latin America?
August 9, 2019

Washington’s withdrawal from the INF Treaty is just the latest move against Russia that will serve to intensify an arms race on the European continent that is already underway. It may also force Russia to take things to the next level.

A Counter Vision for Poland
May 11, 2019

Poland’s vision for Europe should be one where Poland matters, where it is at the heart of something important and not just on the borderlands between great powers.

A Counter Vision for Poland
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Military Escalation in Europe Is Like Runaway Train: It’s Time to Slow It Down
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Military Escalation in Europe Is Like Runaway Train: It’s Time to Slow It Down
October 29, 2018

NATO’s war preparations have become too large-scale and provocative and have turned Europe into a hotbed.

NATO Sabre Strike Exercise: Scaring Russia with Multiple War Games of Unparalleled Scale
June 6, 2018

NATO is rapidly increasing the tempo of military activities near Russia on unprecedented scale, undermining whatever is left of European security.

NATO Sabre Strike Exercise: Scaring Russia with Multiple War Games of Unparalleled Scale
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Endgame Russia: NATO Sprawl Invades Eastern Europe, No More Illusions
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Endgame Russia: NATO Sprawl Invades Eastern Europe, No More Illusions
February 26, 2018

These are brave new times, and American madness has settled upon the realm of foreign relations like a noxious cloud, forcing client states to crack open their tattered wallets or be left out in the cold when the big, bad Russian bear comes a knocking.

Big Guns, Better Chow, and More US-NATO Aggression
January 16, 2018

US Big Guns and Better Chow will continue to surge against Russia’s borders, as the US-NATO alliance continues its confrontation. Russia will have to remain militarily alert for the foreseeable future, until saner councils prevail in the West’s military-industrial complex.

Big Guns, Better Chow, and More US-NATO Aggression
Eastern Europe’s Dark past Could Hinder Its Future
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Eastern Europe’s Dark past Could Hinder Its Future
November 17, 2017

Doing this is crucial for the health of the democracy of these countries, and it is also crucial for us. If the events of this past weekend are any indication, one day the American public may wake up to an Eastern Europe whose governments overwhelmingly draw inspiration and legitimacy from heroes with dark nationalist pasts, including Nazi collaboration. By the time that happens, it may very well be too late to change anything.

NATO Builds Infrastructure for Permanent Military Presence Near Russia’s Borders
May 15, 2017

A group of about 50 combat engineers based at Canadian Forces Base Gagetown were deployed to Latvia on April 29 as part of Operation Reassurance. The mission is to build a town for 500 soldiers. According to commanding officer Lt.-Col. Chris Cotton, the installation will have «everything you would expect in a small town, from its kitchen to its quarters, its electrical distribution system, water distribution system, internet, gym facilities that would allow people to survive over the long term in Latvia». Obviously, this is an element of vast infrastructure to provide for a long-term commitment.

NATO Builds Infrastructure for Permanent Military Presence Near Russia’s Borders
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