In the last few months, the Russian army has suffered a series of reversals and Russian President Vladimir Putin has responded with a mass mobilisation of soldiers and attacks on core Ukrainian energy infrastructure.
By Paul Ingram*
30 November 2022
– nuclear exercises by Russia and NATO to go ahead
Analysis of the NATO Defence Ministers meeting, 12-13 October 2022
27 July 2022
By Paul Ingram and Ian Davis
Analysis of the NATO Madrid Summit, 29-30 June 2022
By Dr. Ian Davis, NATO Watch
Russian aggression against Ukraine continued into week 12 of the war with further destruction of civilian infrastructure and indiscriminate violence against civilians.
13 May 2022
Finland and Sweden look set to declare their readiness to join NATO later this month in time for the alliance summit in Spain at the end of June. However, neither country proposes to hold a referendum on NATO membership, despite both countries doing so prior to EU membership in 1994.
The illegal and immoral war in Ukraine entered its 10th week with heavy artillery and air strikes in eastern and southern Ukraine, as well as missile strikes on Ukrainian cities in other parts of the country.
Update 11: Russia’s invasion of Ukraine
24 April 2022