Russian atrocities have pulled NATO closer than ever before

Of course, no one in the soulless, concrete monolith that is Nato HQ here in Brussels expresses happiness about the current situation in Europe following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. But they are quick to tell you how surprised, amazed, or encouraged they are, and how “very” united the alliance is. And, for example, transatlantic and EU-NATO cooperation on sanctions against Russia has been so smooth, however, this is not always the case. “If you had asked me in February,...[Read More]

US claims that North Korea is providing Russia with weaponry

According to the US, sanctions have made it difficult for Moscow to supply Moscow’s military, forcing Moscow to purchase military gear from North Korea. A US official, Pyongyang is selling millions of rockets and artillery shells to Moscow for use in Ukraine. They further claimed that as the battle continued on, Russia might be compelled to purchase more North Korean weapons. They noted that purchasing from North Korea is a symptom of “serious supply problems.” The New York Tim...[Read More]