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International Last Updated: Jan 24, 2022 - 10:39:45 AM


International
Russia is urged to withdraw troops from Kazakhstan while its infrastructure is under Russian special forces control
Russia is urged to withdraw troops from Kazakhstan within 10 days. But the Russian military continues to report about taking control of infrastructure facilities and telecommunications centers against the backdrop of statements in the Russian media that allegedly a “Russophobe and nationalist” has been appointed Minister of Information in Kazakhstan

Jan 15, 2022 - 4:39:05 PM

International
Murphy's Law: Nervous Nordic Neutrality
In late 2021 Sweden began receiving American Patriot air defense systems. In 2018 Sweden ordered four Patriot batteries and several hundred Patriot missiles, both the Pac-2 anti-aircraft version and the Pac-3 BMD (ballistic missile defense) version.

Jan 14, 2022 - 11:49:25 AM

International
What Does Putin Want with Ukraine—and How Does He Plan to Get I
What Does Putin Want?

Jan 12, 2022 - 10:51:36 AM

International
Little Lithuania Leads The Way
Baltic nation Lithuania, one of the latest (2004) and smallest (2.7 million) East European NATO members is one of the three Baltic States that must innovate to deal with the growing threats from Russia, as well as China, which is a major supporter of Russian expansion efforts.

Jan 10, 2022 - 1:49:47 PM

International
The connection between space shuttle boosters and Roman Roads .
In  late 2018, a violent attack in Indonesia brought sudden, global attention to West Papua, a regionwhose  fight for independence was by then decades old.

Jan 8, 2022 - 11:13:02 AM



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