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    NATO summit marks turning point for Polish security aspirations
    Jul07

    NATO summit marks turning point for Polish security aspirations

    WARSAW, Poland — The Polish capital once lent its name to the Warsaw Pact, the Soviet-led defence alliance that stood as a counterweight to NATO during the Cold War. This week, in a sign of how dramatically strategic alliances have shifted in Eastern Europe, Warsaw will host a two-day NATO summit, the first time that Poland has hosted a top-level...

    Why NATO’s Landmark Summit in Poland Matters
    Jul07

    Why NATO’s Landmark Summit in Poland Matters

    Since 1957 NATO has held 27 summits—some have been more eventful than others. Nearly 3,000 delegates from 28 NATO allies and 26 partners arrive in Poland for the weekend in what the Polish government is billing as the largest ever NATO summit. Here are a few reasons why, however eventful it turns out to be, the alliance’s 28th summit is...

    Thailand, Ukraine Eye Deeper Defense Ties
    Jul07

    Thailand, Ukraine Eye Deeper Defense Ties

    Countries discuss defense industry collaboration and co-production of military equipment. …read more Source: The...

    P. Poroshenko: Ukraine’s ready to continue mutually beneficial cooperation with Kazakhstan
    Jul07

    P. Poroshenko: Ukraine’s ready to continue mutually beneficial cooperation with Kazakhstan

    ASTANA. KAZINFORM – President of Ukraine Petr Poroshenko congratulated President Nursultan Nazarbayev on his birthday, the press service of the Akorda informs. …read more Source:...

    President Duda: NATO must reinforce its presence in our part of Europe
    Jul07

    President Duda: NATO must reinforce its presence in our part of Europe

    Multinational battalions on the eastern flank are a clear signal of NATO solidarity, Poland’s President Andrzej Duda proclaimed in an interview with PAP. According to the President, NATO should not allow Russia to talk to the alliance’s states from a position of strength, while the alliance should leave the door open for Ukraine,...

    Railway segment of bridge to Crimea will be commissioned in December 2019
    Jul07

    Railway segment of bridge to Crimea will be commissioned in December 2019

    MOSCOW. KAZINFORM – Commencement of temporary operation of the Kerch Bridge railway segment is postponed for one year to December 2019, the Russian Government said on Thursday in a decree amending terms of the government contract for the bridge design and construction. …read more Source:...

    NATO wants details on Trudeau’s commitment to the military alliance
    Jul07

    NATO wants details on Trudeau’s commitment to the military alliance

    OTTAWA – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau flies to Poland on Thursday for his first NATO leaders’ summit armed with a promise to help the alliance in its standoff with Russia. The question is whether it will be enough to deflect questions and criticism in other areas, not least the fact Canada is near the back of the pack in terms of NATO...

    Mila Kunis attacks Donald Trump’s anti-immigrant rhetoric
    Jul07

    Mila Kunis attacks Donald Trump’s anti-immigrant rhetoric

    The Ukrainian-born star of Black Swan says she came to the US on a ‘religious-refugee visa’ and laments that people are allowing themselves to be manipulatedTed and Black Swan star Mila Kunis has attacked presidential candidate Donald Trump over his anti-immigrant and anti-refugee stance, saying it saddens her.Kunis, who was born in the...

    Russia’s actions eroded mutual trust with NATO, Merkel says
    Jul07

    Russia’s actions eroded mutual trust with NATO, Merkel says

    PanARMENIAN.Net – German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Thursday, July 7 that Russia’s actions in Ukraine had eroded mutual trust with the West, speaking on the eve of a major NATO summit in Poland, AF …read more Source: Big News...

    Kerry: NKoreans should know their actions have consequences
    Jul07

    Kerry: NKoreans should know their actions have consequences

    KIEV, Ukraine (AP) ” Secretary of State John Kerry says North Korean officials at all levels need to know there are consequences for their actions, after the U.S. blacklisted top figures for human rights abuses.The Treasury Department… …read more Source: The New Zealand...