Nato summit forges united front on Putin - EUobserver

The Nato summit was “no so pleasant for Mr Putin”, Dalia Grybauskaite, the Lithuanian leader, told media on Saturday (9 July) in Warsaw with her trademark, blue-eyed glare. She said the Russian president, Vladimir Putin, had failed to split the Western ...

NATO Summit Revives Cold War Discourse in Russia - Vocativ

Russians toed the government line over the weekend as they took to social media to bash the political leaders of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and accuse them of deliberately demonizing Russia as a global threat. NATO leaders on Friday at the ...

NATO Reaffirms Its Bogus Russia Narrative - Consortium News

Exclusive: President Obama and NATO leaders signed on to the false narrative of a minding-its-own-business West getting sucker-punched by a bunch of Russian meanies, a storyline that suggests insanity or lies, reports Robert Parry. By Robert Parry.

The NATO Summit's Winners and Losers - Foreign Policy (blog)

Defense contractors and Eastern Europeans went home happy. Germans, Ukrainians, and Georgians, not so much. By James StavridisJames Stavridis is a retired four-star U.S. Navy admiral and NATO supreme allied commander who serves today as the ...

'Aggression' May Be Threatening Europe—but NATO Is Looking for It in the Wrong Place - The Nation.

As world leaders in Warsaw focus on Russia's “aggressive actions,” Europe's real problems go unnoticed. By James Carden. July 11, 2016. Facebook; Twitter; Email; Print · Poroshenko NATO. Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko speaks at a joint press ...

NATO Summit in Warsaw and Russia's new anti-extremism law - Russia Direct

Russian media roundup: The recent NATO Summit in Warsaw, Russia's parliamentary elections and the nation's new anti-extremism legislation all made headlines last week. Left-right: Britain's Defence Minister Michael Fallon, Britain's Prime Minister ...

NATO members ink pledge on cyber defense - C4ISR & Networks

By: Mark Pomerleau, July 11, 2016 (Photo Credit: Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Tim D. Godbee/DoD). The new realities of cyber threats and interconnected networks have forced one of the world's top military alliances to make necessary adjustments to its ...

The downward spiral in the Russia-NATO relationship - Russia Direct

The recent NATO summit in Warsaw brought to the fore Russian society's deep concerns about the goals and intentions of the military bloc. Across the political spectrum, anti-NATO sentiment is in full display. U.S. President Barack Obama during the NATO ...

NATO Stands for Cooperation, Not Confrontation in Arctic - Sputnik International

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that any disputes on Arctic should be settled based on international law. Preparations for Engineering Technologies 2014 international forum. © Sputnik/ Ramil Sitdikov. Russia is Absolutely Capable of ...

NATO's Warsaw Posturing Fails to Disguise Military Shortcomings - Sputnik International

While NATO chiefs have been keen to talk up its deployment in Eastern Europe, in reality Russia has little to fear from the alliance militarily. NATO's Anaconda-16 War Games in Poland. © AP Photo/ Alik Keplicz · NATO War Games Near Russia 'Pushing ...

NATO Summit Plans Escalation Against Russia In Eastern Europe, Middle East - CounterCurrents.org

On Saturday, the second and final day of the NATO summit in Warsaw, NATO officials and heads of state approved a major military escalation in Eastern Europe and continuing deployments to Afghanistan. These initiatives, together with expanded NATO ...

The “New Cold War” is No Longer Cold: NATO Expands Military Presence along Russia's Border, Lying All the Way to ... - Center for Research on Globalization

Despite claims made during NATO Summit Warsaw 2016, that “NATO remains a fundamental source of security for our people, and stability for the wider world,” it is clear that the threats and challenges NATO poses as existing to confront are in fact ...

Russia Accuses 'Destructive' NATO of Living in an Alternate Reality - Newsweek

Russia has accused NATO allies of living in an “alternative reality” that threatens the security of its own people, following the alliance's decision to reinforce its eastern flank. Allied leaders met in Warsaw last week to discuss NATO's future ...

NATO's Warsaw Summit suggests US-led military bloc is divided - RT

The Financial Times is as pro-NATO as a newspaper possibly could be. So when it revealed on Sunday the organization is increasingly divided, it confirmed what many sharp analysts have suspected for some time - NATO is split on the 'Russian question'.

NATO Summit Shows Moscow a Reinvigorated Alliance - Chatham House (press release) (subscription)

Russia's actions in Ukraine have forced the Alliance to refocus on collective defence of both its populations and its values. US soldiers arrive at Czech army barracks for NATO exercises on 27 May 2016. Photo by Getty Images. The Kremlin today will be ...

Russia-NATO Council to Address Ukraine, Afghanistan, Risk Reduction - Sputnik International

Сrisis in Ukraine, Afghanistan and military incidents will be discussed by the Russia-NATO Council this week. BRUSSELS (Sputnik) – The agenda of this week's Russia-NATO Council will include the crisis in Ukraine, Afghanistan and efforts to scale down ...

Prime Minister Szydło hails NATO summit success for Poland - thenews.pl

During a Monday press conference, Prime Minister Beata Szydło commended last week's NATO summit in Warsaw, calling it a “great success for Poland”. Prime Minister Beata Szydło. Photo: PAP/Radek Pietruszka. Szydło said that the decisions taken at the ...

WW3: NATO 'practically declaring war on Russia' warns Cold War Soviet leader - Daily Star

NATO is on the verge of "practically declaring war on Russia" a former Soviet leader has warned as the Western Alliance deploys more troops to the Baltic. By Henry Holloway / Published 11th July 2016. GETTY. RISK: Gorbachev said the world is flirting ...

Disarray in NATO Completes Obama's Foreign Policy Legacy - The Fiscal Times

As of Friday, when NATO concluded its most important gathering since the Cold War ended, the North Atlantic alliance has a full menu of new tasks. So does Barack Obama's successor. With the Warsaw summit, Obama's foreign policy legacy is now complete ...

It's not your grandfather's Cold War, Canadian and NATO officials insist - CBC.ca

There is something NATO — and more importantly Canadian officials — want you to understand about the rising tensions with Russia: This is NOT your grandfather's Cold War. In fact, throughout last weekend's Warsaw Summit they were really skittish ...