According to a recent PEW poll, the population in every European NATO member country opposes war with Russia -- even if Russia attacks another NATO member. This despite NATO's saber-rattling and the media's relentless war propaganda.
Ukraine 'Mobilizes' Right Sector Neo-Nazis Amid Renewed Fighting; NATO Points Finger, Russia Responds
"If we're lucky it won't be nuclear"
About 100 fighter jets from the United States and eight European nations began an Arctic training exercise in the Nordic nations on Monday, a region worried by increased Russian military activity.
In another fascinating interview, this time on CNBC, Dr. Marc Faber discussed the factors involved in the ongoing Greek crisis and made some interesting points.
Here's what you're not being told about U.S. troops in Ukraine U.S. troops are now operating openly in Ukraine. The "paper of record's" "coverage" is an embarrassment, per usual
300 US Paratroopers Arrive In Ukraine After Russia Says Its Missiles Will Target NATO Member States
Just days after Russia lifted sanctions on providing anti-aircraft missiles to Iran, Reuters reports that The Greeks are in talks with Russia to purchase missiles for the S-300 defense system.
Russian ships docked at what was once a secret Norwegian naval base in the Arctic have prompted concern from the NATO country's former top military leaders, anxious about its resurgent eastern neighbour roaming nearby.
NATO has put the finishing touches on an information warfare office in Riga, the capital of Latvia. The office is staffed with propaganda technicians formerly deployed in Kabul, Afghanistan.
President Barack Obama has yet to meet with the new head of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, and won't see Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg this week, even though he is in Washington for three days.
Canada will expand its military mission against Islamic State by launching air strikes against the militants' safe havens in Syria as well as Iraq, Prime Minister Stephen Harper said on Tuesday.
NATO's top military commander says the West should consider using all its tools to help Ukraine in its fight against Russian-backed separatists, including sending defensive weapons.
Group likely to be behind siege was hired by U.S. State Department to defend Benghazi consulate
Gen. Breedlove or Dr. Strangelove?
German foreign minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier was so alarmed, reports the article, that he found it necessary recently to bring up Breedlove's comments with the US General's boss, NATO General Secretary Jens Stoltenberg
General Breedlove's announcements that makes Berlin uneasy. Nuland has also been open about her contempt for European weakness and is famous for having said "Fuck the EU" during the initial days of the Ukraine crisis in February of 2014.
Tensions with Russia could blow up into all-out conflict, posing "an existential threat to our whole being", Britain's top general in Nato has warned.
'State Dept planned Ukraine coup alongside NATO and EU' - Ron Paul
The US State Department, alongside NATO and the EU, was instrumental in the 2014 Ukrainian coup, said former Member of Congress and presidential nominee Dr. Ron Paul in Washington D.C. on Friday.
At this time we do not know the outcome of the meeting in Moscow between Merkel, Hollande, and Putin.
"It is, in essence, not an army anymore but a foreign legion, a NATO-controlled foreign legion, which is not serving to protect Ukraine's national interests," Putin said at a meeting with university students in St. Petersburg.
Following the adoption of its new military doctrine signed by President Vladimir Putin in December which identifies NATO expansion as an external risk...
At the annual summit on security organized by the Bertelsmann Foundation and NATO in Munich in 2007, President Vladimir Putin had stressed that the interest of Western Europeans was not only overseas but also and especially with Russia.
Points to 'War End' Claims by NATO as Admission of Defeat
NATO formally ended its war in Afghanistan on Sunday at a low-key ceremony in Kabul arranged in secret due to the threat of Taliban strikes.
NATO flags were lowered today in Afghanistan, marking what is nominally the "end" of the NATO-led occupation which has lasted over 13 years. Yet the war as such is far from over, despite officials trying to spin it as such.
The Ukrainian president has signed a bill dropping his country's nonaligned status but signaled that he will hold a referendum before seeking NATO membership.
Russia identified NATO as the nation's No. 1 military threat and raised the possibility of a broader use of precision conventional weapons to deter foreign aggression under a new military doctrine signed by President Vladimir Putin on Friday.
Territory Disputes Likely to Keep Ukraine Out of NATO