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The EU and NATO now provide twice as much aid to Ukraine as US
American aid to Ukraine is essential to victory, but so is Europe’s which is now twice as much according to researchers.
NATO knows how to avoid WW3
Some writers are wringing their hands over a Russian’s botched attempt to shoot down a British surveillance jet early in the war in Ukraine.
Russia’s ‘Holy Land’ is looking more and more vulnerable
Putin said that the Crimean Peninsula is a Russian “Holy Land,” but the Temple Mount is increasingly vulnerable to attack.
An Invictus champion begged for Ukrainian Leopard tanks
Leopard 1 and 2 tanks represent the best chance for many Ukrainians fighting in the war. And an Invictus athlete begged for them.
Why Armenia may be the next target for Russian aggression
Armenia and Russia have retained close relations since the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991, but the country has been slowly breaking away.
The International Criminal Court will begin prosecuting cyberwar crimes
Now the lead prosecutor of the International Criminal Court at the Hague has announced the inclusion of cyberwar crimes.
WATCH: The White House Situation Room got a sleek new makeover
The White House Situation Room just underwent a $50 million renovation that left it with a “rich, new car smell.”
North Korea just launched a new nuclear missile submarine
Kim Jong Un, North Korea’s hereditary dictator heralded the completion of what the country calls a “tactical nuclear attack submarine.”
Cuba is accusing Russia of trafficking Cuban citizens to fight in Ukraine
Officials announced they uncovered a human trafficking network in the country that was created to recruit Cubans for fighting in Ukraine.
4 Very good reasons why naming a military base after John Bell Hood was a bad idea
This article is not addressing the politics of renaming Fort Hood. Instead, we’re wondering how John Bell Hood got honored for anything.
4 Reasons why the US shouldn’t use the military to fight Mexico’s drug cartels
After more than 20 years of constant war, using the U.S. military to attack the cartels might be a serious misstep.
Suicide among Afghan women is rising under Taliban rule
Afghanistan is one of very few countries where women commit suicide at higher rates than men, but the Taliban won’t share data about it.
Report: Russia is training high schoolers for war
Russian high schools now include military training as part of their curriculum, maybe increasing the quality of cannon fodder.
Kim Jong Un is going to Russia to set up an arms deal for Russia’s Ukraine war
Russian President Vladimir Putin, the U.S. says, is turning to the one place he knows will keep the Russians going: Kim Jong Un.
Why Congress wants the CIA to come clean about a 1973 coup in Chile
Members of Congress are calling on the American CIA to declassify its documents related to Pinochet’s coup.
What real Wagner mercenaries think about the death of Yevgeny Prigozhin
In exchange for ending the rebellion, criminal charges against Prigozhin were dropped, but Russia still investigated Prigozhin for treason.