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    Far from keeping the peace, Nato is a threat to it | Seumas Milne
    Sep03

    Far from keeping the peace, Nato is a threat to it | Seumas Milne

    It was the prospect of Ukraine being drawn into the western military alliance that triggered conflict in the first placeFor the west’s masters of war, it’s a good time to be in Wales. A military alliance that has struggled for years to explain why it still exists has got a packed agenda for its Newport summit. Nato may not be at the...

    Putin outlines Russian plan ‘to stop Ukraine bloodshed’
    Sep03

    Putin outlines Russian plan ‘to stop Ukraine bloodshed’

    Vladimir Putin says a peace deal between Ukraine and pro-Russian rebels could be reached on Friday at talks in Minsk. Visiting Mongolia, the Russian… …read more Source:...

    Serbian army participates in NATO’s “Saber Junction” military exercise
    Sep03

    Serbian army participates in NATO’s “Saber Junction” military exercise

    U.S. Exercise ‘Saber Junction’ that will transition to a large-scale, multinational NATO military exercise called ‘Steadfast Javelin II’, started yesterday, September 2 …read more Source:...

    Sky Films Troops ‘In Russian Gear’ In Ukraine
    Sep03

    Sky Films Troops ‘In Russian Gear’ In Ukraine

    The men were travelling in a convoy that included an armoured personnel carrier and two machine gunners mounted on pick-up trucks. …read more Source: Sky...

    EU to add to sanctions on Russia
    Sep03

    EU to add to sanctions on Russia

    The European Union is poised to tighten sanctions against Russia tomorrow (5 September) in response to an escalation of the crisis in Ukraine, which is already the most serious armed conflict in Europe since NATO’s bombing of Serbia in 1999. After a week of intensive discussions, prompted by more brazen Russian troop movements into eastern...

    France suspends delivery of helicopter assault ships to Russia due to Ukraine crisis
    Sep03

    France suspends delivery of helicopter assault ships to Russia due to Ukraine crisis

    François Hollande’s office announces that ‘conditions have not been met’ for the sale of the first of two warships to Russia for a total of 1.2 billion euros, due to Ukraine crisis. …read more Source: The...

    Vladimir Putin raises prospect a peace deal could be achieved in Ukraine
    Sep03

    Vladimir Putin raises prospect a peace deal could be achieved in Ukraine

    The Russian president says ways to resolve the conflict are close as the Kremlin publishes a plan to end the crisis which has killed more than 2,000 people …read more Source: The...

    The Guardian view on Nato’s choices in Ukraine and the Middle East | Editorial
    Sep03

    The Guardian view on Nato’s choices in Ukraine and the Middle East | Editorial

    Nato countries have been blindsided by the new challenges in a world that gets more difficult by the dayPity poor Nato, faced with challenges which the great military and political apparatus it created during the cold war is so ill suited to counter. In the Middle East, the rise of a new jihadist movement burst upon the western nations who had...

    Opinion: High price for ceasefire in eastern Ukraine
    Sep03

    Opinion: High price for ceasefire in eastern Ukraine

    The Kremlin will have reached an interim goal if there is a ceasefire in eastern Ukraine. But it wouldn’t mean the end of the conflict, writes DW’s Ingo Mannteufel. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Putin and Poroshenko weigh ceasefire
    Sep03

    Putin and Poroshenko weigh ceasefire

    Seeking to make sense of conflicting signals analysts suggest both presidents have reason to make steps towards a negotiated settlement …read more Source: Financial...

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