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The Baltic States Never Stop Their War Preparations Against Russia
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The Baltic States Never Stop Their War Preparations Against Russia
August 16, 2018

NATO talking about how Russia is threatening the Baltic states (or whoever) is like the pot calling the kettle black.

US, Sweden and Finland Boost Military Cooperation to Form New Alliance
May 14, 2018

The idea of the Russia bogeyman is being exploited by the US in order to reach its foreign-policy goals. Northern Europe is being turned into a hornet’s nest, with its good-neighbor policy gradually being replaced with confrontation that benefits the US but makes the region less secure.

US, Sweden and Finland Boost Military Cooperation to Form New Alliance
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US, Sweden, Finland Launch New Format Talks: Dancing to Washington’s Tune
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US, Sweden, Finland Launch New Format Talks: Dancing to Washington’s Tune
November 9, 2017

The militarization of Northern Europe rarely hits headlines, but a look at the facts shows the trend is gaining momentum. It does not go unnoticed in Russia, prompting it to take appropriate measures.

Finland Seeks Continued US-Russian Cooperation in the Arctic
April 28, 2017

Kenneth YALOWITZ, Stacy CLOSSON Finland will assume the chairmanship next month of the eight-member Arctic Council at a time of heightened geopolitical tension. The council, which includes the United States, four other NATO members, Finland, Sweden and Russia, has so […]

Finland Seeks Continued US-Russian Cooperation in the Arctic
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Finnish Defense Minister Jussi Niinistö Happy About NATO Deployments in the Baltic Region
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Finnish Defense Minister Jussi Niinistö Happy About NATO Deployments in the Baltic Region
March 28, 2017

For several post-war decades the North European region remained relatively stable and secure. The security order was based on cooperation, mutually approved principles, common undertakings and confidence-building measures. Consensus-based international cooperation forums with Russian participation were established on the perimeter of the northern European states’ borders, such as the Arctic Council, the Council of the Baltic Sea States, the Barents Euro-Arctic Council, providing for extensive cross-border contacts.

The Breedlove-Stoltenberg Plan for NATO’s Russia Campaign
July 5, 2016

A hacked private Gmail message sent by then-NATO supreme military commander General Philip Breedlove to former Secretary of State Coin Powell in 2014 shows that Breedlove sought, in contravention of President Obama’s policy, to implement a more aggressive military stance against Russia over the situation in Ukraine…

The Breedlove-Stoltenberg Plan for NATO’s Russia Campaign
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Finland: Time to Choose
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Finland: Time to Choose
June 15, 2016

On June 6 NATO began its BALTOPS naval exercises in the Baltics. These have been held every year since 1971, but this is the first time that forces from that military bloc – including 200 US troops – have landed in Finland, which is not a NATO member. They came ashore on the Hanko Peninsula, where a Soviet naval base was once located…

Ukraine is plundering its own museums on the way to Europe. Case Nalyvaichenko
December 8, 2015

The looting of museums and the private collections of well-heeled fellow citizens seems to be an inevitable byproduct of all revolutions. The rebels Robespierre and Cromwell did so in the name of revolution, and during the fighting in the Middle East, hundreds of rare items have vanished from the national museums in Cairo and Baghdad and the Babylon Museum complex. The pandemonium at Maidan and the general free-for-all in Kiev and throughout Ukraine has also made it possible for property to be seized at will. The criminal world is extremely sensitive to social and political unrest and has moved rapidly to restore its old ties with its reliable “shady customers” from the highest echelons of power who are in the market for antiquities.

Ukraine is plundering its own museums on the way to Europe. Case Nalyvaichenko
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