Ukrainian soldiers trained by NATO and armed with Western weapons will serve as the “tip of the spear” during the upcoming counteroffensive against Russian forces, according to the Washington Post. Defense Minister Oleksii Reznikov said this support represents the...
The Washington Post
Gen. Mark Milley Says Ukraine Should Not Use American Equipment to Attack Russia
The top U.S. general reaffirmed that Kiev has long been asked not to use military equipment provided by Washington to conduct attacks against Russian territory, according to Reuters. This policy is necessary because such attacks could provoke a direct clash between...
News Roundup 5/22/2023
Russia The US will allow its European partners to transfer F-16s to Kiev, according to the Washington Post. AWC A Russian official said Saturday that the Western plans to provide Ukraine with American-made F-16 fighter jets bring “colossal risks” after the US...
Biden To Green-Light Allied F-16 Transfers to Ukraine
The US will allow its European partners to transfer F-16s to Kiev, according to the Washington Post. Earlier this week, the UK and Netherlands began forming a coalition to send the American-made fighter jets to Ukraine.
News Roundup 5/17/2023
US News The far-reaching effects of America’s War on Terror may have contributed to the deaths of some 4.5 million people, according to new research by Brown University’s ‘Costs of War’ project. While many of the fatalities were the direct result of violent conflict,...
With Upgraded Missiles, Ukraine Prepares to Strike Russian Heartland Despite Assurances
It’s a pattern Ukrainian officials have commented on before: be patient. The West says no to more advanced weapons and then comes around to sending them. It happened with HIMARS rocket systems, tanks, and fighter jets. The pattern seems to have been repeated again....
NATO Members Split on How to Upgrade Ukraine’s Status
Members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) are privately debating what Kiev’s status should be within the alliance. All countries agree on upgrading Ukraine’s standing, but some are hesitant to commit to a clear path for Kiev to join the US-led military bloc, the Washington Post reported.
Discord Leaks Created Tension Between US and Ukraine
Kiev appears frustrated with the White House over the leaks of highly classified documents. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said he learned of the leak through the media and has not yet spoken with President Joe Biden regarding the trove of documents.
News Roundup 4/27/2023
Russia Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky held a call with Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday, marking the first time the two leaders spoke since Russia launched its invasion last year. On Twitter, Zelensky said the conversation was “meaningful.” AWC...
Leaked Docs: Ukraine Planned Attacks on Russian Forces in Syria
Kiev’s military intelligence agency believed it could carry out attacks on Russian soldiers and Wagner Group forces in Syria, forcing Moscow to redeploy military assets from Ukraine. The story was reported by the Washington Post using documents released by Jack Teixeira.
‘Aryan Republican Army’ Linked to OKC Bombing in New Showtime Series
“Robbing banks was never the point...Payback’s coming, and it’s coming sooner than you think,” said a Neo-Nazi bank robber named “Wild Bill” in Showtime’s Waco: The Aftermath, which premiered Friday. Wild Bill’s statement was a foreshadowing of the Oklahoma...
Biden Looking to Expand Internet Surveillance After Discord Leaks
The Biden administration appears poised to increase internet surveillance in response to the leaked Pentagon documents that appear to have been posted on the messaging platform Discord.
Ukrainian Casualties Top 100,000, Including ‘Most Experienced’ Forces – Politico
American officials estimate that at least 100,000 Ukrainian soldiers have been killed or injured in the year since Russia invaded. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin painted a grim picture for Kiev, warning “Ukraine doesn’t have any time to waste.”
Ukrainian Leaders Say They Will Continue to Send Soldiers into Bakhmut ‘Meat Grinder’
President Volodymyr Zelensky met with his top military advisers and announced that Ukrainian troops will continue to fight for the Donbass city of Bakhmut. The nine-month battle has recently been described as a “meat grinder,” and Kiev’s Western backers are concerned that Ukraine is losing too many troops and weapons in the fight.
Shop Our Books
Hotter Than The Sun: Time To Abolish Nuclear Weapons
[playlist artists="false" images="false"...