Russian Invasion


Opinion: No to Ukraine in NATO – Inside Sources

The United States should close NATO’s open door and make clear that it does not support Ukraine joining the alliance. There are three main reasons. The first is that Ukraine’s security does not affect the security of Americans. U.S. policy in Europe historically aimed at preventing one country from dominating the continent. Even outright Russian

Ukraine Invasion

Russian forces bear down on Ukrainian defenders in Bakhmut – Associated Press

Photo: A Ukrainian soldier sits in a German self-propelled Panzerhaubitze 2000 artillery at his position on the frontline in Bakhmut, Donetsk region, Ukraine The battle for Bakhmut is heating up again, analysts and Russian officials said Friday, as Ukrainian defenders of the devastated city resisted a coordinated three-pronged attack by the Kremlin’s forces and efforts

Ukraine Invasion

War in Ukraine Update: Russia Advances; Moscow Continues to Benefit from Western Technology – Inside Sources

The following is the latest weekly update on the Russian invasion of Ukraine, written by John Hardie, deputy director of the Russia Program at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies. Russians Take Eastern Bakhmut, While Zelenskyy Vows to Hold the Rest Russia’s Wagner paramilitary group has captured the eastern part of Bakhmut, Kremlin-connected businessman Yevgeny


Battle for Bakhmut takes center stage in war in Ukraine – Associated Press

The six-month battle for the Ukrainian city of Bakhmut has been the longest and bloodiest fight of the war so far. Little known outside Ukraine before the Russian invasion, Bakhmut has become a symbol of the country’s fortitude and perseverance in the face of the Kremlin’s onslaught. The Ukrainian leadership vowed again this week to

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