Selected Articles: US-NATO War Agenda in Full Swing. But is it a “Threat” to Russia?

baltic_SoldiersCoincidence? Baltic Invasion Story Reappears as Pentagon Seeks to Quadruple Europe Military Spending

By Danielle Ryan, February 09 2016

It seems that Putin is about to invade the Baltics. Again.

nato_warNATO’s Largest Air Force Exercise Since World War II Threatens Russia

By, February 09 2016

The British Army aims to work through an armoured troops shift to the Eastern Europe in case of a conflict between Russia and the NATO.

Russian warplanes | © Ministry of defence of the Russian FederationSyria’s Joint Offensive against Terrorists in Northern Aleppo, Supported by Russia

By South Front, February 09 2016

Last weekend, the Syrian government forces and the Syrian Democratic Forces, predominantly Kurds supported by the Russian Aerospace Defense Forces launched a joint offensive in Northern Aleppo.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov (L) and US Secretary of State John Kerry shake hands after a news conference after a UN Security Council meeting on Syria at the United Nations in New York on 18 December, 2015 (AFP). - See more at: Position on Syria Tilts in Favour of Russian Intervention

By Gareth Porter, February 09 2016

The major developments on the Syrian battlefield in recent months have brought a corresponding shift in the Obama administration’s Syrian policy.

John_F._KerryWhy John Kerry Blames “The Opposition” (aka Terrorists) For The Continued Bombing In Syria

By Moon of Alabama, February 09 2016

According to [a] report from Middle East Eye U.S. Secretary of State blamed the opposition for the continuing bombing in Syria:

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