Tag Archives: NATO

As Russian forces climb the hilltops south of the city of Bakhmut, Ukraine sends in all of its remaining reserves to plug the gaps. Trench warfare has suddenly been replaced by brutal urban incursions that end up in hundreds of soldiers from both sides getting killed or maimed. As winter makes its debut, both armies… Continue reading

It seems like Cambridge Analytica has been on everyone’s lips in the last couple of weeks, after news that the firm was allegedly involved in a large data mining scandal in several countries across the globe. Now, as the dust has settled a bit on this particular subject, we ought to look at the contracts… Continue reading

The diplomatic world has been thrown upside-down yet again, after the recent poisoning of the ex-Russian spy, Sergei Skripal, on British soil. Most of the Western world followed British Prime Minister Theresa May’s assertion that the Russian government was behind this serious event – corroborated by the fact that an extremely toxic Russian military-grade type… Continue reading

Vucic’s partnership with Blair is an insult to the memory of civilian victims of the 1999 war. On 23 April 1999, a NATO missile killed sixteen workers of the Radio Television of Serbia. A few hours later, UK Prime Minister Tony Blair praised the bombing and called for more such attacks. Alexandar Vucic, at that… Continue reading